immigrants, loneliness, social isolation, older adults, Sheridan Elder Research Centre, Region of Peel, Region of Halton
Sheridan Centre for Elder Research received a three year grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) to explore new strategies to effectively reach and service immigrants age 65+ who may be experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing loneliness and/or social isolation. Research Update - Issue 3 (February, 2017) highlights the research team's progress and an invitation for interested organizations to participate in the research.
Building Connected Communities
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Sheridan Centre for Elder Research. (2017). Building connected communities: Reducing loneliness and social isolation in immigrants 65+ – February 2017 – Research update. Building Connected Communities (3).
Sheridan Centre for Elder Research, "Building Connected Communities: Reducing Loneliness and Social Isolation in Immigrants 65+ – February 2017 – Research Update" (2017). Publications and Scholarship. 35.