Ontario Collaborative for Aging Well

The Ontario Collaborative for Aging Well (OCAW) is a grass-roots group of local, regional and provincial partners who work with older adults living with or at risk of frailty.

Age-friendly Kingston Community Alliance

The Age-Friendly Kingston Community Alliance (AFKCA) is a collaborative of community members, organizations, municipal departments, Councils, institutions and businesses in the City of Kingston, Ontario that support and promote the implementation of age-friendly priorities and actions in the City.

The Pan-Canadian Age-Friendly Communities Reference Group

advance the AFC model across Canada. The Reference Group provides leadership on recommended guidelines and basic criteria with respect to AFC implementation and evaluation, for potential application by provincial and territorial governments, who are responsible for the delivery of AFC programs across Canada.

Ontario Interdisciplinary Council on Aging and Health (OICAH)

The Ontario Interdisciplinary Council for Aging & Health seeks to enhance the well-being of older adults in Ontario by promoting partnerships and collaboration among universities and stakeholders to improve interdisciplinary and interprofessional education, research, policy and practice related to aging.

The MSAA Seniors Liaison Committee

The Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility Seniors Liaison Committee (SLC), is chaired by the Ministry’s Assistant Deputy Minister responsible for seniors’ policy. The Committee facilitates two-way communication between the government and Ontario’s largest seniors’ organizations on topics of policies, programs and services.

The Canadian Frailty Network

The Centre for Studies in Aging and Health works closely with the Canadian Frailty Network to promote common goals, strategically align health promotion and prevention messaging for older adults with frailty, and collaborate on activities of mutual interest