Age-Friendly Communities Knowledge Exchange

The AFC Knowledge Exchange is where you can learn from others, join the AFC conversation, get connected to the AFC Knowledge Broker, and learn about upcoming opportunities.

Provincial Distribution List & e-Newsletter

To stay 'in the know' about AFC information in Ontario, join our provincial AFC distribution list. Through this channel we distribute our monthly E-Newsletter that highlights age-friendly events, resources, news stories and funding opportunities; as well as other communications such as webinar invitations and new funding announcements.  

Previous issues of the AFC E-Newsletter: 

Knowledge Broker

A knowledge broker is a professional whose role is to connect you, the knowledge users, to appropriate partners and resources. Contact Lisa, the Age-Friendly Community Knowledge Broker, with your questions.

Regional Age-Friendly Networks

These networks include age-friendly leads from many of Ontario's 80+ Age-Friendly Communities. Network members meet regularly (by teleconference) to share their local age-friendly planning processes, describe innovative programs and services, and discuss emerging trends or gaps. The regional networks are an opportunity to learn from and share with each other to help accelerate and strengthen work at a local level. 

If you are interested in joining one of the networks listed below, please contact Lisa, the Age-Friendly Community Knowledge Broker, at or 1-844-276-5756 to be connected with the appropriate network chair.

  • Southern Ontario Age-Friendly Network
  • Northern Ontario Age-Friendly Network
  • Eastern Ontario Age-Friendly Network
  • Central Ontario Age-Friendly Network

Webinar Series

Upcoming Webinars

Past Webinars


Community of Interest on Social Isolation and Loneliness

What are the promising practices to mitigate the negative effects of social isolation among community-dwelling older adults during and post COVID-19?

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