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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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Being active at home: A resource for people living with dementia and their care partners

DICE Project

In this resource, you will find: • Physical activity guidelines for people living with, or at risk of, dementia • Advice for planning an at-home physical activity plan • Strategies that may help support physical activity among people living with dementia

Tax information for seniors: changes to your taxes, ways to file your taxes

Government Of Canada

There are a few options for filing your taxes, including via telephone, online or the post. For more information, see the Government of Canada web page on doing your taxes; https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/segments/changes-your-taxes-when-you-retire-turn-65-years-old

Tipsheet: Caring for Those Living with Dementia, Stroke and Neurodegenerative Diseases during COVID-19

Alzheimer Society

While trying to maintain a safe distance from others during this time is a good idea, we cannot forget about those who are the most vulnerable. This tip sheet offers ways to ensure the health and well-being of those living with dementia, stroke and neurodegenerative diseases during COVID-19.

Family Caregiver Wellness Training: Now Available Online - NorQuest College

NorQuest College

NorQuest College offers online videos and workshops that give family caregivers the flexibility to learn from anywhere. Workshop topics are wide ranging and include: roles of the caregiver caring for seniors with varying levels of needs; developing health observations and healthcare decisions for y

Guide (for seniors): Healthy Eating

Dieticians of Canada

This guide, developed by the Dieticians of Canada, is easy to read and provides concise, straightforward information for seniors on healthy eating. It discusses topics such as changes in weight, changes in appetite, nutritional values of foods, eating alone or with others, and more. This guide can

Guidelines (for older adults): Healthy Eating and Healthy Aging


HealthLinkBC has created a concise healthy eating guideline for older adults. This resource was made for adults over age 50 and provides information that will help this group choose foods that make them feel better, achieve or maintain a healthy weight, and prevent or manage chronic disease, such

Handbook (for seniors): Healthy Eating for Seniors

Ministry of Health, B.C.

Healthy Eating for Seniors, developed by the British Columbia Ministry of Health, addresses many of the barriers to healthy eating: time, effort, knowledge and skills, taste and cost. It will help seniors make decisions about healthy eating. This handbook addresses food safety, which is key for p

Multilingual resources for B.C. seniors and service providers

HealthLinkBC, Gov. of B.C., Vancouver Coastal Health

The following links provide access to translated / multilingual resources (including French, Chinese, Vietnamese, Punjabi, Spanish, Farsi, Korean) that may be useful to B.C. seniors, volunteers, caregivers and service providers.  List of various translated resources by HealthLinkBC (https:/

Grandparents Film Festival

Shiraz Ramji, Edmonds Seniors Society (Burnaby)

The Grandparents Film Festival started in 2018 by Shiraz Ramji at the Edmonds Seniors Society in Burnaby. This is monthly gathering to show films that highlight seniors as the protagonist. A brief description of the creator and the idea can be found here. For updated scheduling, contact the Edm


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