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[Training] Building Strong Foundations for Dementia Care: Alzheimer Society of BC Webinar Series

Alzheimer Society

In these 5 webinars, we will look at gaining a better understanding of dementia - the various types, what is happening in the brain throughout the stages, and dispelling some common myths. This will set the stage for the following modules, since an understanding and acceptance of the disease proce

[Guide] National programmes for age-friendly cities and communities: a guide

World Health Organization

OverviewOur physical and social environments are major influences on how we experience ageing and the opportunities it brings. Creating age-friendly environments enables all people to age well in a place that is right for them, continue to develop personally, be included, and contribute to their com

[Framework] For non-profit data strategies

Ontario Non-profit Network

Click HERE to access the frameworkThe Ontario Nonprofit Network and DEAL have jointly released the Framework for Nonprofit Data Strategies Report. This report explores the complexities, opportunities, and challenges within the nonprofit sector and emphasizes the importance of leveraging data for com

[Report] Ableism in Canadian Workplaces: Research

Western University | Canadian Labour Congress

Click HERE to access the reportHarassment and violence at work remain a major social problem in Canada.The Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children at Western University, together with researchers at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Labour Congress launc

[Video] Dementia-inclusive Streets and Community Access, Participation and Engagement


This video showcases the experiences of three study participants: two in Metro Vancouver and 1 dyad in Prince George to highlight how real people living with dementia wayfind, feel safe, and enjoy meaningful interactions in their neighbourhoods. The purpose of this video is: 1. to educate on the rol

Healthy Outcomes: Understanding the Impact of Adequate, Stable and Secure Retirement Income on the Ability of Canadians to Age Well and in the Right Place

Madison Brydges, Natalie Iciaszczyk, He Chen, Kristina Kokorelias, Samir Sinha

More Canadians than ever are approaching traditional retirement ages in the coming years. However, without an adequate, stable and secure income in later life, many of them may not be able to Age in the Right place in good health and well-being. A new report from the National Institute on Ageing, co

Canadian Rental Housing Index

BC Non-Profit Housing Association

BC Non-Profit Housing Association recently updated their Canadian Rental Housing Index with data from the 2021 Census. The Index is a comprehensive database that compiles rental housing statistics for cities, regions, and provinces across Canada. You can explore rental housing trends by age, ge

[Resource] Free Legal Help for Non-Profits

The Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society

Click HERE to visit the Law for Non Profits webpagePLEO has been providing legal services to the non-profit and arts sector since 2005. Operating under the name “Artists’ Legal Outreach” (ALO) in the beginning of PLEO’s inception, PLEO’s first project was the launch of a pilot legal clinic

[Toolkit] Human Resource Toolkits for Nonprofit Professionals

Imagine Canada

HR Intervals: HR Toolkit for NonprofitsA free service, the easy-to-navigate site offers a collection of educational and ready-to-use resources designed to help you better understand, address and guide people management. EXPLORE HR INTERVALS NOWHistoryCreated by and for the sector, HR Intervals buil


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