Go BackCollaboration is the Key to Success...

Partnering with other networks, organizations and initiatives reduces duplication, expands reach and enhances capacity.




The AKE works closely with the Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE), which is a national platform providing resources, online knowledge exchange events and a knowledge broker platform where people can connect, share and access support.


SHKN The Seniors Health Knowledge Network makes connections: we link people, resources and ideas together to benefit the health of the aging population. Their mission is to make a positive impact on seniors? health by encouraging advancements in research, education, practice and policies.


Other partners Include:

  • Alzheimer Society of Ontario
  • CAMH
  • Concerned Friends
  • Local Health Integration Networks
  • Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program
  • National Institute for Care of the Elderly
  • Neurological Health Charities of Canada
  • Ontario Association Of Community Care Access Centres
  • Ontario Association of Non-Profit Homes and Service For Seniors
  • Ontario Association of Residents Councils
  • Ontario Caregiver Coalition
  • Ontario College of Family Physicians
  • Ontario Family Councils? Program
  • Ontario Home Care Association
  • Ontario Hospital Association
  • Ontario Long Term Care Association
  • Ontario Community Support Association
  • Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Knowledge Exchange Network
  • Ontario Research Coalition
  • Rainbow Health Ontario
  • Registered Nurses? Association of Ontario