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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre Bulletins (2021)

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre develops bulletins to inform Canadians on various fraud-related issues. See the attached documents on such topics.

Infographic: Stopping Ransomware

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The RCMP has developed this infographic with details on how ransomware happens and tips on protection and prevention. See attached document.

CORE Canada Impact Video

Healthy Aging CORE Team

There are thousands of large and small organizations throughout the country working to support older Canadians to remain at home, in community as they age. This video, prepared for and previewed at the CORE Canada launch, shows just a few stories of their impact. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watc

AGE-ON: iPad Program for Older Adults and Toolkit

Healthy Aging CORE Team

AGE-ON is a provider of technology education designed for and delivered to older adults. AGE-ON aims to increase older adults’ comfort and confidence using iPads while providing an opportunity for learning and social engagement. The AGE-ON Toolkit is a step-by-step guide to organizing, hosting, a

The Experiences and Needs of Older Caregivers in Canada

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Most of what is known in the caregiving literature focuses on seniors as care receivers rather than care providers. This study uses data from the 2018 General Social Survey on Caregiving and Care Receiving to examine the experiences of caregivers aged 65 and older, including the types of caregiving

A Higher Standard: Setting Federal Standards in Long-Term Care and Continuing Care

Healthy Aging CORE Team

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of federal government leadership in health care. The pandemic’s impact has been particularly dramatic in long-term care homes, exposing a fragmented and under-resourced system that is heavily reliant on for-profit delivery. This rep

Push and Pull Factors Surrounding Older Adults' Relocation to Supportive Housing: A Scoping Review

Healthy Aging CORE Team

Supportive housing, including retirement homes and assisted living, is increasingly touted as a suitable living option for Canadian older adults. This scoping review describes the nature and content of studies that explore underlying factors that motivate older adults to relocate to supportive housi

Closing the Gaps: Recommendations to Improve Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery for Older Adults Across Canada

Healthy Aging CORE Team

In January 2019, the Canadian Red Cross in partnership with the National Institute on Ageing reviewed the latest evidence and expert opinions to inform the development of recommendations for governments, organizations and individuals to improve emergency preparedness, response and recovery for older

Quick Start Implementation Guide Carer-Friendly Workplace Standard

Healthy Aging CORE Team

This guide will help your organization implement a comprehensive carer-inclusive and accommodating program. It will help you define organizational roles, develop policies and practices, engage senior leaders and employees, communicate and more.   To view a PDF of the guide, see attached document b


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