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[Resource] A National Protocol for Homeless Encampments in Canada

Leilani Farha. Kaitlin Schwan

A National Protocol for Homeless Encampments in Canada: A Human Rights Approach

[Report] Preventing and responding to the mistreatment of older adults: Gaps and challenges exposed during the pandemic

Government of Canada

Preventing and responding to the mistreatment of older adults: Gaps and challenges exposed during the pandemic

[Report] Consultations on the social and economic impacts of ageism in Canada: “What we heard” report

Government of Canada

IntroductionThe Forum of Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) Ministers Responsible for Seniors (Seniors Forum) has been working to address the social and economic impacts of ageism on older adults in Canada. The World Health Organization defines ageism as “the stereotypes (how we think), pre

[Resource] Defy Dementia Podcasts

Defy Dementia

Defy Dementia Episode 5: Boost Your Brain One Bite at a Time - DECEMBER 2023 Defy Dementia is back with a new episode! In episode 5, you’ll learn how your diet can impact your brain health. First, hear from Anjali Gupta, a retired dietician who has made several changes to her diet to reduce her d

[Report] Canada's Food Price Report 2024

Dalhousie University

Food affordability remains a top concern for Canadians. Canada’s Food Price Report 2024 forecasts that overall food prices will increase by 2.5% to 4.5%.

[Resource] Disenfranchised trajectories. Living in LTC as an older adults who has experienced homelessness

SFU Aging in the Right Place

Click HERE to read the Full ArticleAbstractWhile the pandemic has sparked a heightened awareness of some of the challenges of living and dying in long-term care (LTC), little is known about the impact that less normative life trajectories can have on residents’ experiences. Yet, more marginal life

[Resource] Aging and chronic diseases: A profile of Canadian seniors

Public Health Canada

Click HERE to learn moreExecutive summaryThe goal of this report is to increase knowledge on seniors' health by providing information and data on the prevalence of chronic diseases and conditions, associated disability and mortality and information on key individual and social determinants of health

[Resource] Neighbourhood Toolkit - Ideas, strategies and resources to strengthen seniors’ social connection in neighbourhoods

Government of Canada

This toolkit brings together ideas, strategies and resources to strengthen social connections among seniors and others in their neighbourhoods. It will be useful to local community interest groups including neighbourhood associations, seniors’ organizations, community services, faith-based groups,

[Research Summary] Three ways data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging can be used by the Community-Based Seniors’ Services sector

Kate Hosford

Three ways data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging can be used by the Community-Based Seniors’ Services sector There is an abundance of data on seniors available through the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). The CLSA is the largest long-term study on aging in Canada ever con

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