Highlights of this issue include a reading list on "Abuse & Neglect of Older Adults”, the latest sagelink blog, a listing of upcoming events and opportunities and updates from AGE-WELL, Baycrest, Behavioural Supports Ontario, BrainXchange, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, Centre for Studies in Aging and Health, Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Outreach Program, Ontario Community Support Association, Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy, Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto, Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging, SE Research Centre and Seniors Health Knowledge Network.

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The Institute for Life Course and Aging offers a variety of online workshops for healthcare and other professionals who work with older adults.  A variety of topics are covered of the 2019-2020 period. For a full listing please see the brochure linked to.

November 7, 2019 from 1-2PM EST. Join presenter Dr.Janet Fast as she presents on how caregivers are n important part of AGE-WELL's community - from participating in projects to providing advice at the network level. To learn more and to register click here,

September 19, 2019 from 12-1PM EST join presenter Sarah Gibbens and Susan Bacque as they discuss a co-design project aimed at developing educational resources for family/friend caregivers of older adults living with frailty. To learn more or to register click here.

This handout is designed to assist informal caregivers understand their role and how to help support the person's health care and improve their quality of life as well as tips for maintaining their own health and well-being. Links to helpful resources are included. 4 pages. Last reviewed June 2018.

This handout is designed to assist informal caregivers understand their role in support the person's needs, values, wishes and care preferences. Links to helpful resources are included. 4 pages. Last reviewed June 2018.

This paper focuses on the statistics regarding receiving care at home in Canada from the General Social Survey. 18 pages. Last reviewed June 2018.

This report presents key findings on physical, mental, and social aspects of aging using data collected from 50,000 Canadians aged 45-85. It highlights insights related to: physical and psychological health, loneliness and social isolation, caregiving and care receiving, transportation and mobility, work and retirement, physical function, disability and falls, lesbian, gay and bisexual aging, and lifestyle and behaviour, among others. 210 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This study aimed to examine whether perceived social support served as a possible protective factor of burden among caregivers of older adults in Singapore using moderation and mediation effects' models. 10 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

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