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Guide de sécurité à l'intention des aînés

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Le présent guide s'adresse aux aînés, aux membres de leur famille, à leurs amis, aux personnes qui en prennent soin et à tous ceux qui pourraient le trouver utile. Sans être exhaustif, il contient de l'information visant à répondre aux préoccupations d'ordre général liées à sécurité d

Trousse d'Outil: Isolement social des aînés - un regard sur les nouveaux immigrants et réfugiés aînés au Canada

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Le présent supplément est une ressource complémentaire conçue pour permettre aux organismes et aux fournisseurs de services d’adopter des approches afin d’aider les nouveaux immigrants et réfugiés aînés à renforcer leurs liens sociaux. Cette ressource sert de point de départ pour amorc

Toolkit: Engaging Men in Older Adult Centres

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Research has shown that older men are less likely to socialize regularly, face a higher risk of mortality related to social isolation than women and men 65+ have one of the highest suicide rates. Many men see work as being central in shaping and sustaining their identity, so retirement can be a toug

Guide: Aging with Pride - Creating Inclusive Services for LGBTQ2S+ Older Adults

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The Ministry of Seniors and Housing in collaboration with community organizations recently published Aging with Pride: A Guide to Creating Inclusive Services for LGBTQ2S+ Older Adults. The purpose of the guide is to increase awareness of LGBTQ2S+ older adults’ issues and needs and identify co

National Seniors Strategy 2020 (Third Edition)

Healthy Aging CORE Team

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of National Seniors Day, Ryerson University's National Institute on Ageing released the Third Edition on their National Seniors Strategy. The National Institute on Ageing is a Ryerson University think tank focused on the realities of Canada’s ageing population.

Guidelines: 24-Hour Movement - For Adults 65+

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Introducing Canada's first 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults (65+). These guidelines were developed by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP), the Public Health Agency of Canada, Queen’s University, ParticipACTION, and a network of researchers and stakeholders from across Canada

Covid and Longer Lives: Combating Ageism and Creating Solutions

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has exposed long-standing challenges and inequalities in the way we define and protect the rights of older people around the world. The COVID and Ageing Society Virtual Dialogue Series focused on five thematic areas in which older people have been most significant

Guidebook For Seniors: Safety and Security

Healthy Aging CORE Team

This guide was developed by the RCMP for seniors, their family members, care-givers, friends, and anyone else who may find it useful. It isn’t meant to include everything but tries to answer some common concerns when it comes to seniors’ safety and security. The RCMP's goal is to raise awarene

The Lived Experiences of Aging Immigrants Project

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The Lived Experiences of Aging Immigrants was a Narrative Photovoice Project from 2014-2017 (see here) This project's research explored the everyday stories of aging among 19 diverse immigrant older adults in Canada. Following a series of knowledge exchange events that utilized the Lived Experi


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