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Preventive Social Prescribing

BC Preventive Social Prescribing (PSP) auto-refers seniors who visit family clinics or pharmacies to the perfect program near home that will improve their wellbeing based on their Cohesion, At-homeness, and Playfulness (CAP) profiles. It builds community among isolated seniors and complements the Primary Care Networks (PCN) of BC.


Closed Loop

Health providers build community by pointing seniors to the auto-referral platform. Activity provider checks-in with seniors and Health providers can monitor progress. The Learning System supports community development for prevention.

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What does it take to disrupt the loneliness-cognition axis? The CAP Model drew on community psychology, environmental gerontology, and occupational therapy, and successfully identified effective mechanisms of action in a controlled trial.

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The PSP platform scales with additional Activity providers and may be rolled out area by area. A feasibility study has been completed, and community stakeholders are rallying together at additional sites. Next sites: Oakridge-Fairview & Burnaby

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BC Preventive Social Prescribing

Provider accounts are required to list activities and monitor progress, and are subject to verification. Learn more below or book a test with us.

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