Principles

In keeping with its role, Active Aging Canada is committed to upholding and advocating the following principles:

  • Respect the experiences, contributions and resources of older Canadians by recognizing and integrating them
  • Inclusion of older adults in all planning and decision making
  • Diversity is embraced by respecting all points of view
  • Meaningful partnerships are formed to work together with other individuals and organizations
  • Consensus is strived for in decision-making
  • Access to all older adults inclusive of socio-economic status, Aboriginal peoples, ethno-cultural background, geographic locations, and ability
  • Equity by recognizing that everyone, regardless of present level of ability, capability and economic status, can improve their well-being through active living

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OLDER ADULTS WANTED

by the University of Regina,
Health Psychology Laboratory

for a research study to evaluate
a pain self-management program.


Please visit their website
for more information


The Urban Polling

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