Community Partnership Form
The Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging has longstanding relationships with several groups and organizations in the community. These collaborations help foster the creation of new knowledge; development of research that is relevant to community need; create partnerships designed to improve implementation; best strategies and tools for improved intervention; and linkage to policy groups, professional associations, and educational opportunities in the field of aging. In addition to their importance to research and education, these collaborations help reduce the barriers between students, seniors and the community. Community partners of the Centre will have the opportunity to showcase their innovations in practice and research, access and/or promote training activities on aging, connect with scholars and organizations around social and inter-disciplinary issues of aging, and either lead or participate in new research grants, events and Centre activities.
Please answer the following questions to express interest in becoming a community partner: