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[Brochure] 2024 Summit Brochure: Claiming Our Space, Naming Our Future

HelpAge Canada

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[Resource] Strengthening community connections: the future of public health is at the neighbourhood scale

Mulligan K

Click HERE to access this resourceCommunity-led action at the neighbourhood scale has been vital to address complex health inequities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. This report was commissioned by the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) at the Public Health Agency of Canada, to

[Report] Healthy Aging Interventions, Programs, and Initiatives: An Environmental Scan


Click HERE to view the full reportClick HERE to visit the CADTH website to learn moreSummaryCanadians are generally living longer in good health than previous generations. However, there is still a high risk of frailty among community-dwelling older adults. With the older adult population steadil

[Report] Manitobas Clinical and Preventive Services Plan

Shared Health Manitoba

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[Resource] Community Health Toolkit

Community Health Toolkit

Click HERE to learn moreThe Community Health ToolkitThe Community Health Toolkit (CHT) is a project by a group of leading organizations who have come together to support the development of digital health initiatives in the hardest-to-reach areas. It provides a collection of open source technologies

[Report] Lead with Pride: Best Practices for Advancing 2SLGBTQIA+ Leadership

Pride at Work Canada

Lead with Pride: Best Practices for Advancing 2SLGBTQIA+ LeadershipIn collaboration with our community and partners, Pride at Work Canada undertook a study on 2SLGBTQIA+ senior and executive leadership across multiple industries and sectors – the first study of its kind in Canada.Lead with Pride:

Immigrant status and loneliness among older Canadians

Md Kamrul Islam & Heather Gilmour

This Statistics Canada study used data from the Canadian Health Survey on Seniors to estimate the prevalence of loneliness among older Canadians. An estimated 1.1 million older Canadians (19.2%) experienced loneliness, with women having a significantly higher likelihood of being lonely than men. Im

Rapid synthesis: Identifying community-based models to enable older adults to live independently

TĂ©jia Bain, Peter DeMaio, Cara Evans, et al.

Canadians overwhelmingly prefer to age at home, but do not always have access to supports that allow them to live independently for as long as possible. Older adults often require assistance to address their care needs, keep up with daily activities around the home, ensure their home is adequately m

[Evidence Summary] Home-based exercise delivered with digital interventions can prevent falls and improve quality of life

McMaster University

Click HERE to view the full article Home-based exercise delivered with digital interventions can prevent falls and improve quality of lifeSolis-Navarro L, Gismero A, Fernandez-Jane C, et al. Effectiveness of home-based exercise delivered by digital health in older adults: a systematic review and me


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