Here are some additional resources that you can review to prepare for the workshop and/or use after the workshop:
Ageism and Respect & Inclusion of Older Adults: An Annotated Bibliography
This document was produced by the Respect and Inclusion Working Group of A Vision for an Age Friendly Edmonton. The report is available online at www.seniorscouncil.net.
A Vision for an Age-Friendly Edmonton
The complete document is available online through the City of Edmonton or the Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (search: “Age Friendly Edmonton”).
For hard copies, contact:
City of Edmonton Senior’s Team
Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council
Gifts of a Lifetime: The Contributions of Older Adults
This report was prepared by the University of Alberta (Zhaowen Mei, M.Sc., Janet Fast, PhD. and Jacquie Eales, M.Sc.), in partnership with Sage’s Advocacy Committee.
Available online at http://www.mysage.ca/publications/resources
Let’s Talk About Aging: Aging Well in Alberta
This is a highly-readable report, by the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Alberta, that shines a light on diverse experiences of aging in Alberta. The report is available online at www.health.alberta.ca/about/OCMOH-reports-html or call the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health at 780-427-5263 for hardcopies.
Older Canadians – Burden or Benefit? Workshop Fact Sheets
These fact sheets were prepared by University of Alberta researchers for Sage’s Older Canadians - Burden or Benefit? Workshop on June 14, 2013. Available online at http://www.mysage.ca/publications/resources