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Topics: Health and Wellness Audience: Caregivers Government Health Care Professionals

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March 12, 2019

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The overarching Well-being and Resiliency Framework provides rationale for and describes the ways of working to promote well-being and resiliency in Alberta. It defines the key elements of the prevention continuum of services, identifies desired outcomes, supports decision-making on funding and...


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March 12, 2019

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The Evaluation Framework describes the desired results of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework and outlines ways to monitor progress towards and understand meaning of outcomes. It supports provincial implementation of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework by serving as a platform for ongoing...


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March 12, 2019

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The miyo resource discusses foundational beliefs and approaches of Indigenous peoples to promote well-being and resiliency and outlines an evaluative process that honours an Indigenous worldview. This resource supports provincial implementation of the Well-Being and Resiliency Framework by...


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March 1, 2019

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Alberta has a provincial youth suicide rate that is 1.3 times the national average. Recent reports by the Child and Youth Advocate, the Alberta Mental Health Review Committee and the Ministerial Panel for Child Intervention have called upon the Government of Alberta to take a leadership role in...


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March 5, 2013

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The intent of the Continuing Care Health Service Standards is to identify standards for the provision of quality continuing care health services that take into consideration the individual needs, preferences and abilities of each client. The standards are divided into two parts: A. Putting...


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April 1, 2000

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In November 1999, the Minister of Health and Wellness released the final report of the Long Term Care Review: Healthy Aging: New Directions for Care. The report recommends a new vision for continuing care and seniors’ health in Alberta to meet the changing needs of aging Albertans. The report was...


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April 1, 2000

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Alberta’s population is aging. Preparing the continuing care system now to address the current and emerging challenges is a priority. In November, 1997, the Minister of Health appointed a Long Term Care Policy Advisory Committee to conduct a comprehensive two year study of long term care services...