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.
Declaration of the Community-Based Seniors' Services Sector in B.C.
Sign on to this Declaration to ensure that: Community-Based Seniors’ Services are formally recognized as a sector that plays an essential role in supporting seniors’ independence, resilience and social connectedness. The definition of the Community-Based Seniors’ Services (or CBSS) sector in
Raising the Profile of the Community-based Seniors’ Services Sector in B.C.: Executive Summary
Laura Kadowaki, Marcy Cohen
The Raising the Profile Project (RPP) developed a new provincial network of the many community-based seniors’ services that are meeting the growing needs of an aging population. The network consists of executive directors and managers from municipal and non-profit organizations around B.C., senior
Strategies for Outreach / Engagement on the Declaration of the Community-Based Seniors’ Services Sector in B.C.
Provides tips and strategies for engaging to local government, elected representatives, community organizations, businesses, and individuals in understanding the value of community based seniors' services and supporting them in local communities.
Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Katzie Seniors Network Terms of Reference
Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and Katzie Seniors' Network
The Seniors Network promotes and supports working in collaboration with community members, in order to improve the health and well-being of seniors in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and Katzie.
Age Friendly Community Initiative Advisory Committee: Terms of Reference
Nelson Age Friendly Advisory Committee
The Advisory Committee of the Age Friendly Community Initiative is a community stakeholder group committed to addressing the needs of seniors living in Nelson BC and area.
Seniors Transportation: Affordable, Appropriate, and Available
The report (May 2018) highlights that getting a person from point A to B does not totally capture the transportation needs of frail and vulnerable seniors. Many seniors may have the physical ability to take a bus or use HandyDART, but they have cognitive challenges that require someone to accompany
Canadian Fall Prevention Education Collaborative (CFPEC) and Canadian Fall Prevention Curriculum (CFPC)
Resources to learn more about Fall Prevention
Raising the Profile Project: Findings and Recommendations from the Community Consultations
Marcy Cohen and Christine Spinder
This report focuses on the increasingly critical role played by not-for-profit and municipal seniors’ support services – referred to in this report as the Community-Based Seniors’ Services (CBSS) sector – in enabling seniors to “age in place” by supporting them to remain physically activ