Centre on Aging Reports

Tools for eradicating structural ageism: A rapid review with recommendations.
Authors: Dylan Viste, Ann Toohey, David Hogan, Sian Jones
Date: 2021 (link to report coming soon)

Supporting aging-in-place: Exploring older adults’ housing needs and preferences, age-friendly principles, and adaptable housing options.
Authors: Adibba Adel, Ann Toohey, David Hogan
Date: 2020

Indigenous aging in Southern Alberta: A report prepared for the Brenda Strafford Centre on Aging.
Author: Ashley Cornect-Benoit
Date: 2020 (link to report coming soon)

Aging in Calgary: An assessment and report on the age-friendliness of Calgary using CLSA data.
Authors: Daniel Baxter, Aganeta Enns, and Elizabeth Kristjansson for the Age-Friendly Cities Team
Date: 2019

A tale of 8 cities: General report on the age-friendliness of 8 major Canadian cities.
Authors: Daniel Baxter, Aganeta Enns, and Elizabeth Kristjansson for the Age-Friendly Cities Team
Date: 2018

(In press) Norberg, S., Toohey, A.M., Jones, S., McDonough, R., Hogan, D.B. (2021). Examining the municipal-level representativeness of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) cohort: An analysis using Calgary participant baseline data. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada, Vol 41, No 2.

(Accepted for publication) Norberg, S., Toohey, A.M., Hogan, D.B. (2021). How do non-catastrophic natural disasters impact middle-aged to older persons? Using baseline Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) data to explore psychological outcomes associated with the 2013 Calgary flood. Canadian Journal on Aging.