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Discussion groups are where CORE participants can share information and stories, ask questions, learn, and collaborate. Open discussion groups can be accessed by any member of CORE; closed groups are available by invitation only.

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"Safe Seniors, Strong Communities" for Healthy Aging Funded Programs

This is a closed group for UWBC's Healthy Aging funded programs, staff and funded agencies for the "Safe Seniors, Strong Communities" ("SSSC") initiative.

(Unpublished Jan 2021) Funders’ Table

The Funders' Table group is a place to have private conversations within a closed group setting, acquire new funding strategies, find people to collaborate with, learn about the impact your fund


(Unpublished Jan 2021) Provincial Working Groups: All Co-Leads, Healthy Aging Staff, and CBSS Leadership Council Members

A place for Co-Leads of all Provincial Working Groups to connect, share information across Groups, and integrate/align activity, as relevant and appropriate. Also a place for other Leadership Council


(Unpublished Jan 2021) Student Engagement

Post secondary students engaged with Population Health Programs and Partnerships, including Provincial Working Groups.


2019 Provincial Summit on Aging

The second biennial Provincial Summit on Aging will bring together Community-Based Seniors Services (CBSS) organizations, older adults, family and friend caregivers, academia and government representa


2021 Summit Planning Committee

This Group is for 2021 Provincial Summit on Aging Planning Committee members, and provides a central location for sharing documents and having discussions between meetings.  


2022 Provincial Summit on Aging

The third biennial Provincial Summit on Aging brings together Community-Based Seniors’ Services (CBSS) organizations, older adults, family and friend caregivers, academia, and government representat


Archived Group: Active Aging Plus and Digital Learning Pilot Project - Funding Opportunity

Healthy Aging by United Way (HAUW) is excited to launch a new Digital Learning Pilot Project granting stream developed specifically for community service agencies in B.C. who wish to promote digital


Archived Group: Family & Friend Caregivers Support Programs - UWLM Funding Opportunity

Information group for the Family & Friend Caregivers Support Programs funding opportunity through United Way of the Lower Mainland.


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