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Age-friendly Haliburton County [pdf, 1.11 MB]. March 2010. Fay & Associates designed and delivered the qualitative element of a multi-faceted project carried out under the auspice of U-Links, which liaises between Trent University students and local agencies to carry out community-based research. The Aging Well Committee, seniors recruited and supported by Haliburton County Family Health Team and Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge Health Unit, guided the work. F&A conducted focus groups with seniors in each of the four townships in the County, and participated (as a senior residing in the community) in the analysis. F&A, in a subsequent contract, helped the Committee develop an organizational structure to support their on-going work.

Count Us In! Charter & Template [pdf, 229 kB]. June 2008. Fay & Associates worked with the Count Us In! team to explore how the Charter for Offering Services to Women, developed as part of the original Count Us In! proejct, could be functionalized. F&A and the Downtown East Toronto team engaged with four very different Toronto agencies, meeting with representatives from all levels of the organization, to develop and implement a plan for making a service or program of their choice more responsive to clients. The team developed a broadly applicable template to guide agencies or advocates in undertaking this kind of work.

Key to Women’s Health, a Health Promotion Framework to Prevent Stroke Among Marginalized Women. 2007.A 3-site Inclusion Research project funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, under direction of the Ontario Women’s Health Network. F&A consulted to design the research and write the report.


Social Determinants of Health 2007. A web-published resource to guide professionals and community activists in planning and implementing reparative action funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, under the direction of the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance.


Health Promotion 2020. 2006. A web-published international snapshot of promising practice funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, under direction of Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse.


Count Us In! 2005. Pilot Inclusion Research project exploring health and social service delivery issues with marginalized women in East Downtown Toronto funded by Wellesley Institute, under direction of Ontario Women’s Health Network.


  • Count Me In! 2004. An inclusion and health project funded by Health Canada and the Laidlaw Foundation. (Michael Fay)

Inclusion Research Workshop. 2007. Application of essential elements of Inclusion Research to active transportation research in a small rural community, for U-Links Centre for Community Based Research and Haliburton County Communities in Action Committee.

National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy. 2007. Organized a 1-day consultation with Ontario health planners and social policy professionals to provide input into Centre programs, products and research priorities, and wrote the report.

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