Discussion groups are where CORE participants can share information and stories, ask questions, learn, and collaborate. Open discussion groups can be accessed by any member of CORE; closed groups are available by invitation only.
COURAGE - Action for Better Aging
COURAGE: Action for Better Aging is a social movement to help people get older on their own terms. This national initiative is led by Covenant Health and SE Health.
Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery for Older Canadians
This Group is for sharing relevant resources and events; effective programs, policies, and practices; and recent research related to emergency preparedness, response, and recovery for Canadian seniors
Healthy Aging Book Corner
It can be hard to keep up with the increasing number of books available on the subject of aging, but the Healthy Aging Book Corner will hopefully help you find some topics to pique your interest. This
Social Prescribing (National)
What is Social prescribing? Social prescribing involves connecting people to non-clinical services in their communities to improve their health and well-being. This could include services such as art
Professionnels et Parties Prenantes Francophones
Ce groupe s\'adresse aux professionnels francophones ainsi qu\'aux autres parties prenantes qui travaillent pour soutenir des aînés de la communauté. Ce groupe est un espace pour partager des resso
“Age-Friendly” is an internationally recognized designation that communities earn by planning and taking action aimed at accommodating the changing needs of older residents and ensuring their comm
Tech Corner/Digital Resource Library
Technology has become an increasingly essential tool for individuals to access information, goods and services, health and community programs, and social connections. For those providing informatio
New Horizons for Seniors Projects
The New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) is a federal grants and contributions program that provides funding for projects that contribute to improving the health and well-being of older Canadians.
Aging is living and living is aging, yet attitudes toward aging are often negative, and information about aging is typically focused on problems and pitfalls associated with growing older, rather than