Announcing our new initiative to transform the future of aging in Alberta. The Alberta Association on Gerontology (AAG) seeks policy change through collaborative action. We will hold free webinars starting in April 2022. Please join us in learning and achieving a positive impact on healthy aging in Alberta.
information about an upcoming study group for gerontology certification for nurses
Reminder to join us Wednesday June 16, 2021 at 7pm! THERE WILL BE PRIZES! We will be drawing names for those in attendance to have their 2021-2022 annual membership reimbursed! Non members are also welcome to attend. We will review the year, welcome new members and new executive, and then meet and greet with anyone …
The Value of One, The Power of Many: A Salute to Our Volunteers…
Members and non members are welcome to the Pizza and Presentation at 18:00 hours. Address: 8861- 75th Street Edmonton in the Auditorium of the Good Samaritan Society head office. Speaker is Anita Murphy
Mark your calendars as we will be having the AGNA/AAG networking dinner on January 24th with the topic of dementia Corinne Schalm from AHS will give us an update on the dementia strategy Kacey Keyko from the Edmonton South PCN will report on their moving for memory program.
Please download the Poster and post in your workplace: Annual BBQ June 20 2018 See you then!
The National Initiative in the Care of the Elderly (NICE), at the University of Calgary, is looking for research volunteers! Are You a Practitioner Working with Older Adults? Are you interested in helping us identify how print or computer based information may help us learn about elder abuse and neglect?
I am extremely happy to announce that the 2019 CGNA Biannual Conference is coming to Alberta! While it was suggested that it might be coming at our education/ conference day in Red Deer in April, it was confirmed at this years’ CGNA conference in Ottawa earlier this month. We have already started looking at potential …