Gaps in Facility Care for East Asian Cultural Groups in Selected GVRD Communities: A Geographic Information Systems and Focus Group Report
About one-quarter of older persons living in Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and White Rock are East Asian, and this older population has been growing rapidly in recent years. This study identifies the important gaps that exist in residential care and assisted living beds, as well as in culturally relevant programs that target and are strongly preferred by this growing population. To access the report, click here.
Connecting Arabic-Speaking Refugees to Employers in Hospitality
This presentation explores “nudging factors” that encourage employers to hire refugees, and the factors that support refugees to gaining successful access to the labour market. To access the presentation, click here.
Effective Pre-Arrival Multi-Stakeholder Partnership: Facilitating the Successful Integration of Newcomers to Canada
This presentation identifies the key pre-arrival factors that facilitate newcomer integration into their new communities in Canada. To access the presentation, click here.
Refugee Family Health & Wellness Program
This presentation explores how success factors that support the settlement and inclusion of refugees into local communities can be achieved through programing that enhances the health and well-being of highly vulnerable refugee families. To access the presentation, click here.