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Community Partnerships Key to Supporting Seniors During the Pandemic

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United Way of the Lower Mainland has released a new study that explores and assesses how community agencies across B.C. worked to support older adults to stay safe at home during COVID-19.   Commissioned by the United Way’s Healthy Aging Office in partnership with the Community Based Seniors Services Leadership Council, the study was undertaken by Dialogues in Action who gathered data to measure the effectiveness and responsiveness of the province-wide, community-led response to support seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report entitled Rising to the Challenge: How BC’s Community-Based Seniors’ Service Agencies Stepped Up During COVID-19, highlights how a network of community agencies across the province pulled together to keep older adults safe at home. Click here for the full article.
  • Date

    Dec 05, 2022

  • By

    Healthy Aging CORE Team


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