Launching in 2024

Clinical Guidelines

Information and Resources for

Health Care Professionals

Information and resources for

Older Adults and Care Partners

Key Findings



Over the course of the Social Isolation and Loneliness Project (2022-2024), we have conducted a range of research activities. These include national surveys, a scoping review on the issue and conference presentations.  

National Surveys

In 2023, we conducted two nationwide surveys to learn from older adults, health professionals and social service providers. We asked them about their knowledge and attitude towards social isolation and loneliness to help build our upcoming guidelines. The results will help inform our work in developing the first clinical guidelines for social isolation and loneliness among older adults. 

Key Findings: Survey of Health and Social Service Providers

Key Findings: Survey of Older adults

Conference Posters

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CCSMH aims to promote older adults’ mental health by connecting people, ideas and resources. Please take a few moments to tell us about yourself and your experience with our resources by participating in this survey.