Coalition for Healthy Aging in Manitoba (CHAM) began as a standalone coalition in 2016 to champion the vision outlined in the World Health Organization's (WHO) Global Strategy and Action Plan on Ageing and Health; a vision that includes: creating age-friendly environments; better aligning health and long term care systems to the needs of older people; and, improving monitoring, measurement and research on healthy aging. The WHO recognizes the wisdom of older people and encourages their voice and active participation in realizing the vision outlined in their Global Strategy.
For a variety reasons, it became apparent that the Coalition needed a home organization for its support and long-term viability. In December 2017, it was decided that CHAM would become an official committee of the Centre on Aging, at the University of Manitoba.
Community and academic partners working together to promote collaboration and synergies that support Healthy Aging in Manitoba.
CHAM remains committed to its mandate for engaging key players in Manitoba, in support of the WHO vision. This includes the active participation of older Manitobans and the organizations they work with.
Half day workshops will take place in
The Healthy Aging Workshop is free to attend, but pre-registration is required one week prior to the Workshop event.
*Note: A light lunch will be provided to participants before the workshop.
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To register for the Healthy Aging Workshop,
Submission for the Advancing inclusion and quality of life for seniors
CHAM submission: October 12, 2017
Report submitted to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities
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Download the Healthy Aging Workshop registration form
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The University of Manitoba is committed to achieving accessibility for those disabled by barriers. Please contact the Centre by email at email@example.com or call 204-474-8754 in advance if you require any accessibility accommodations to participate.