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The following resources are connected to a variety of age-friendly topics. They include past and current work from Age Friendly Edmonton and our community partners.

Access Design Guide

Attributes and criteria for the City to follow in order to have a truly inclusive and supportive Edmonton for citizens.

Intergenerational Toolkit

Intergenerational Toolkit - Cover ImageIntergenerational Programming is a great way to connect individuals of any age and across generations, to allow them to share, learn and engage with each other. This toolkit and accompanying resource guide, was designed to assist organizations to play and implement intergenerational programs.

Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit

Ambassador Guide - Cover ImageAmbassador Guide - The goal of the Ambassador program for Edmonton's senior serving organizations is to contribute to an overall vision of inclusion so that the organizations reflect the diversity of the community they serve and meet the diverse needs of their membership.

Meeting Events Guide

Meeting Events Guide - Cover ImageMeeting Events Guide - The guide is a practical and easy to use resource that staff and volunteers at senior serving organizations can use to ensure that meetings and events are planned and implemented to maximize the inclusion and participation of all seniors and community members.

Toolkit for Inclusion

Cover image of the A Toolkit Of Inclusion resource.Toolkit for Inclusion  - The toolkit is a practical and easy to use resource that senior serving organizations can use to ensure that their facilities, programs and services feel welcoming and are inclusive to all seniors.

Needs Assessment

2019 Report CoverThis report highlights the results of the 2019 Older Adults Needs Assessment research project. 

The First Five Years

This report to the community contains the stories of Age Friendly Edmonton, the first five years.

Age Friendly Storybook

Age Friendly Edmonton Storybook Cover

This is a different kind of annual report.

It tells the stories of regular Edmontonians who have chosen to work together to build a city that’s happier, safer, friendlier, warmer, and more interesting, for everyone of every age.

Upgrade Your Mindset

Upgrade Your Mindset provides Age Friendly Edmonton's Respect and Inclusion Workshop in electronic form.

The workshop is designed for anyone who interacts with older adults and wants to make those interactions as positive, respectful and inclusive as possible. It's as relevant for adult children of older parents and front-line service providers, as it is for school-aged children and policy-makers at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. 

Success Stories

Age Friendly Edmonton has funded a number of community projects that fostered intergenerational connections. These are their stories.

Ageing to Sageing

"And for me? It's simple. My life is fuller."

Intergenerational Connections at Strathcona Place

“They remind us of what we were like 70 years ago, and they learn from our experiences and see what’s ahead of them.”

GeriActors and Friends

“GeriActors helped me realize how important it is to understand someone else’s story.”

LGBTQ2S+ Connections Across Generations

"It's all about safe and welcoming environments."

For More Information

City of Edmonton Seniors' Team

Telephone

311

Email agefriendly@edmonton.ca

Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council

Telephone

780-423-5635

Email executivedirector@seniorscouncil.net

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