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CANADA | Apr 16, 2024

[Article] The New Ideal Workplace: How Flexibility Benefits Caregivers - and Everyone Else

Click HERE to read the full articleOne in four Canadians, excluding parents, identifies as a caregiver – a figure that is projected to rise to 50% of Canadians in the future. Additionally, 58% of Canadian families include children (2021 Census). With an aging population, employees with unpaid

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Community Partnerships Key to Supporting Seniors During the Pandemic

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.   Commis

Community Residential Care Survey: Supporting Mental Health

Do you or a family member/friend live in a Community Residential Care Facility? If yes, please consider taking a few minutes to complete this survey. The Canadian Coalition for Senior’s Mental Heal

Event: Cannabis and Older Adults

Canadians aged 65+ are the smallest but fastest growing group of cannabis users. Exciting research is being conducted exploring how cannabis might be used in areas such as dementia and pain management

Government of Canada Launches Call for Innovative Concepts to Prevent and Eliminate Homelessness

Originally published on Charity Village. The Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Ahmed Hussen, launched a call for concepts for innovative projects to prevent and eliminate homel

IG Day - Reconnecting Generations: Inspirational Ideas from Across Canada

Each year on June 1, we promote Intergenerational Day – a celebration of the mutual benefits of building relationships across generations. This year, EAPO in collaboration with IG connections are ho

In pictures: Hidden depths of a life lived

During the past year, the pandemic has forced many elderly people to isolate and remain indoors for much of the time, yet many have led, and continue to lead, extraordinary lives. Photographer Laur

Intergenerational Essays: Stanford Social Innovation Review (Weekly releases)

The Stanford Social Innovation Review, has launched a series of essays exploring innovations that bring together older and younger generations. Published in partnership with Encore.org and the Eisn

Nomination Deadline extended to April 30th: Celebrate your colleagues in this challenging year

CAGP and CCSMH are excited to announce that the call for the 2021 CAGP-CCSMH Awards is now open! These awards recognize outstanding seniors’ mental healthcare initiatives and innovative and effectiv

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