AGE-WELL partners with a broad range of non-profit organizations, large and small. It’s a way to advance common goals and to enhance quality of life for people everywhere.

Non-profit partnerships take various forms. These organizations bring cash and in-kind contributions to AGE-WELL research projects, helping to create solutions for healthy aging. Non-profits co-fund trainee awards to nurture future leaders, and co-host or sponsor knowledge-sharing events like the AGE-WELL Annual Conference.

AGE-WELL often takes part in partner-led events to support mutual interests and achieve greater impact. For a recent example, click here.

Read about a research project involving a community partner here.

To get involved with AGE-WELL, please contact

Current AGE-WELL non-profit partners

The Brenda Stratford Foundation
Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists
Canadian Centre for Elder Law
Canadian Home Care Association
The Caregiver Network
Employers for Carers UK
Hacking Health
Nak'azdli Health Centre
National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)
Ontario Dementia Advisory Group (ODAG)

Women's Brain Health Initiative

York Care Centre