Resources

There is a wide variety of useful and relevant resources available to individuals and organizations focused on healthy aging. These include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on the seven core program areas, as well as resources on topics such as ageism, caregiving, research, organizational and sector development, and many other subjects. The resources included on CORE have been vetted to ensure they are relevant, current, and reflective of best practice.

For more pan-Canadian resources, visit the CORE Canada Resource Page.

Reconciliation Canada

Family Services of Greater Vancouver

Placemaking for Active Recreation

Family Caregivers of British Columbia

The Ontario Caregiver Organization

The City of Toronto Seniors Services and Long-Term Care (SSLTC)

Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto

Prof Afroditi Stathi, PhD Prof Colin J Greaves, PhD Prof Janice L Thompson, PhD Janet Withall, PhD Peter Ladlow, PhD Prof Gordon Taylor, PhD et al.

LOOP Fall Prevention Community of Practice

UN Decade of Healthy Aging

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP), Public Health Agency of Canada, Queen’s University, ParticipACTION

From United Way

Nicole Tremblay, Jane Osborne, United Way of the Lower Mainland

Canadian Frailty Network

From United Way

Healthy Aging CORE, Phillip Santiago

From United Way

Healthy Aging by United Way