Strategic directions

As a voice for active living among older adults Active Aging Canada works to:

  • Foster communication, collaboration and coordination for active aging amongst its members and other related organizations and individuals
  • Facilitate knowledge translation of research to practice related to older adults and active aging
  • Promote older adults and active aging as a priority on the political, health and social agendas within Canadian society by conveying consistent, persuasive key messages developed by its members to prominent and influential individuals and organizations


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by the University of Regina,
Health Psychology Laboratory

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

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