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[Resource] Supporting Older Adults’ Mental Health: Using principles and values to promote best practice

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Click HERE to access the resourceThe following principles and values are intended to guide the development of policies, programs, and services that promote and support the mental health of older adults, as well as programs and services for older adults who are living with mental health problems and

[Toolkit] Mental Fitness for Seniors Toolkit

Wellness New Brunswick

Click HERE to access the toolkitMental fitness means having a positive sense of how you feel, think, and act. It can improve your ability to enjoy life and how you approach each day. It can make a difference in how satisfied you feel in your daily life. This toolkit offers tips and ideas on how you

[Podcast] Mental Health & Substance Abuse Recovery for Seniors

Center for Mental Health and Aging

Click HERE to listen to the podcastThe field of peer support has grown in many mental health and substance abuse treatment systems. Peer Support Specialists draw upon their own life experiences, like mental health and substance use concerns, distress, poverty, and oppression, on the one hand, and ex

Healthy Aging Year in Review (2022-2023)

United Way BC

Click HERE to download or see belowWe are excited to share our United Way BC Healthy Aging 2022/2023 Year in Review with you! Immerse yourself in the interactive digital version that brings to life the heartwarming stories of seniors whose lives were transformed by our programs.   The Year in Re

[Resource] Driving & Dementia Roadmap

Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Click HERE to visit the Driving & Dementia Roadmap websiteSupport for individuals with dementia, family/caregivers and service providers and information related to driving with dementia journey.

[Resource] Intergenerational Programming Toolkit

AgeFriendly Edmonton

This toolkit, and accompanying resource guide, was designed to assist organizations in the planning and implementation of intergenerational programs. Intergenerational programming provides opportunities for generations to socialize, learn and grow together.

[Organization] GrandPals


Click HERE to visit the GrandPals websiteThe GrandPals Program is an intergenerational initiative that fosters connections between elementary school students and a team of GrandPals, who are adults over 55 years old. Through weekly open conversations, the program creates a platform for meaningful en

[Webinar Recording] Tips to Develop Engagement Opportunities Between Generations


Click HERE to view the webinar recording or see belowThis webinar focused on intergenerational social engagement programs. During the webinar, Generations United shared on how intergenerational programs provide social engagement that benefits older and younger generations, including current trends a


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