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''What can your mentoring program learn about Intergenerational Programming?
With changing demographics and ageing populations, more and more Alberta citizens are aging, and looking for a way to create strong, thriving and age-friendly communities.
What can your mentoring program learn from existing successful Intergenerational programs?
How can you support your youth and senior mentors to share their gifts and experiences across generations?
Join the LINKages team, a Calgary-based intergenerational organization for a conversation about the ins and outs of creating impactful intergenerational programming.''

Source: Alberta Mentoring Partnership

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 ''Loneliness and social isolation are now being recognized as public health issues in Ontario. In his recent report, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David C. Williams highlights the growing evidence that loneliness and social isolation have negative impacts on our health and wellbeing. He also recognizes the need to understand how community structures have shifted over time and why some Ontarians may not have a stronger sense of belonging.

In this webinar, Dr. Williams discusses his report Connected Communities: Healthier Together. Dr. Williams answered questions about the purpose of these reports, as well as the reason for the community focus and the call for investment in community. He talked about the value of community, being connected to community, and the lack of data surrounding social isolation and loneliness.''


  • Read Dr Williams' report Connected Communities: Healthier Together
  • Learn more about A Connected Society: A Strategy for Tackling Loneliness
  • Read Connect and Engage, the Vancouver Foundation's report on loneliness in metro Vancouver
  • Check out New Zealand's Novel Idea: A Well-Being Budget

  • Source: Tamarack Institute


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    On June 10, 2019, CNPEA Chair Kathy Majowski participated in a dialogue about Supporting Older Adults: Health Care Autonomy, during a meeting of the Manitoba Bar Association Elder Law Section. Kathy's presentation focused on Health Care Directives. The presentation covers the following:

    • Health Care Directive Vs Advance Care Plan
    • Why Health Care Directives?
    • Drawbacks
    • Useful resources and workbooks
    • What to include?
    • 5 Steps to HCDs/ACPs

    Watch the full presentation here:

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    Between January 2014 and December 2016, Canadians lost over $290 millions to frauds and scams. CNPEA has gathered key facts and tips in a handy Prezi presentation format, we encourage you to use it if you ever need to introduce the topic of frauds, scams and financial abuse to a group. 


    Little Black Book of Scams, 2nd Edition - Competition Bureau of Canada
    Read the Fine Print - Office of Consumer Affairs, Canada
    Canadian Consumer Handbook
    Financial abuse: what you need to know and where to get help - Canadian Bankers Association
    Top 10 Scams - Better Business Bureau
    Fraud Facts—Recognize, Reject, Report Fraud - Competition Bureau of Canada
    Fraud Types - Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
    Scam Prevention Flashcards - Institute on Aging



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    safepathways presentationcover 2015"Safe Pathways: supporting dementia in the justice system is a collaborative community approach, to support and guide individuals with dementia and their care partners away from and/or through the Guelph and Wellington County Judicial System while maintaining dignity and respect.

    This project is working to reduce the likelihood that seniors with dementia will enter the criminal justice system due to behaviours that may cause harm and result in a criminal offence.  A criminal offence can range from less serious to more serious in nature. The overall intent of the project is to improve the quality of life for individuals with dementia and their care partners. To reach these goals, the project will consist of:

    1. developing an education and awareness initiative for police services, care partners, health care providers, and the community that will identify the risk factors and legal procedures.
    2.  working with police services, the justice system, health care providers, and key stakeholders to explore best practices and develop a Safe Pathway response program for persons with dementia (with a focus on persons with frontal lobe dementia) who may be at risk of entering the criminal justice system.
    3. creating a support system for those persons with dementia and their care partners who have already entered the judicial system.

      Source: Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington




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