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Aging in the Right Place: Supporting Older Canadians to Live Where They Want

Amaan Fazal

Supporting older adults to age in their own homes and/or communities for as long as possible, commonly referred to as “ageing in place,” can help Canada’s already-strained LTC systems. Yet doing so effectively also requires responsive systems and services that can enable what the NIA calls “

Webinar Recording: Health Promotion Series: Age-friendly Communities: A Key Strategy in Promoting the Well-being of Older Adults


In September, 2022, CORE Canada launched a series of monthly 90-minute sessions focused on Mobilizing to Promote Health and Well-Being for Older Adults. This health promotion series builds on the recent webinars offered by The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) and

Webinar Recording: On Aging: Canadian Conversations - Housing and Aging in Community: An Intergenerational Approach with Raza Mirza


On Aging Canadian Conversations is a twice monthly series featuring discussions with thought leaders about timely topics on aging. Join us for the third and fourth Thursday of every month for a 30-minute break in your day to get informed and inspired. The fourth episode this season featured the wor

Village to Village Network Releases Research Report on Village-AAA Collaborations


Village to Village Network is pleased to share with you our just-released publication, Leveraging Resources Handbook: Collaborations between Villages and Area Agencies on Aging. The handbook presents the results of a seven-month research project conducted by Village to Village Network (VtVN) with

Lumara Grief and Bereavement Care Programs


Lumara is a charitable organization that helps children, youth, adults & families cope with serious illness, grief, and bereavement. They bring light to grief and sorrow, nurturing healing and hope within the strength of community. Lumar is home of Camp Kerry, Canada’s very first Family Grief

Wellesley Institute Report: “Can you send someone who speaks my language?”


This report focuses on older adult tenants with limited English proficiency who live in Toronto’s social housing. Many expressed challenges understanding tenant-related documents and announcements as they were often communicated in English. This made it difficult for tenants to engage with housing


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