Best Practices

Promising, best, and next practices in community based services, healthy aging programs, and organizational development.

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Healthy Aging by United Way

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Chartered Professional Accountants Canada

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Transportation Association of Canada

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Annalijn Conklin, Rebecca Lee, Jeff Reading, Karin Humphries

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Healthy Aging by United Way

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Dr. Shannon Jarrott

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Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCUNESCO)

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Demonstrating Value

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Province of British Columbia

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Healthy Aging by United Way

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Brigid McHugh Sanner

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Goverbment of BC

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Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia

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Healthy Aging by United Way

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Employment and Social Development Canada

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Community Living BC

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BC Healthy Communities

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United Way of the Lower Mainland

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Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto

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University of Washington Health Promotion Research Center (HPRC)

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Building Trust

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Building Trust

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The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

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Rhonda Carriere

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McMaster Optimal Aging Portal

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​Government of Canada

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​Government of Canada

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​Government of Canada

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010 Legacies Now’s Measuring Up

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Accessibility Directorate of Ontario

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The Global Alliance For the Rights of Older People

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Dr. Penny MacCourt for the BC Psychogeriatric Association

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Volunteer Canada

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Monitor Institute, Rockefeller Foundation, Monitor Deloitte

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Woodcock, Mott, Nike and Packard Foundations

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Institute for Health System Transformation & Sustainability and

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QMUNITY and Legal Services Society

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​QMUNITY

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​Alzheimer Society British Columbia

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​Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors

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​World Health Organization

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​Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities

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​​BC Association of Community Response Networks

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​BC Association of Community Response Networks

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​​BC Association of Community Response Networks