The CCAA values partnerships with other departments, faculties and organizations. The following organizations have established ongoing partnerships with the centre. A variety of other groups have partnered with the CCAA to carry out community and applied research projects.
Active Aging Canada strives to promote a society where all older Canadians are leading active lifestyles that contribute to their overall well-being.
The Alberta Centre for Active Living is a key advocate of physical activity and physical activity expertise, and a primary source of research and education on physical activity for practitioners, organizations and decision-makers.
Amica Mature Lifestyles Inc. is known as Canada's most innovative operator of seniors' retirement residences. Amica at London is an intimate and luxurious retirement residence where country living meets modern day conveniences.
Fanshawe is one of the largest colleges in Ontario, Canada.
The ICAPA is an international not-for-profit group of researchers and practitioners that promotes the study of active aging; the delivery of services to older adults; and the collection, dissemination, and discussion of information to help professionals further their work.
Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences is a private university in the town of Kumatori in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
OSHF is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2007 to address the needs of Ontario's rapidly growing fitness industry.
As a charitable, non-profit foundation, the RIA links research, training and practice to enhance care and quality of life for seniors.
Revera’s collaboration with the CCAA was initiated in Ontario and initially driven by the government changes to funding envelopes related to the delivery of group exercise. Revera recreation teams participated in two day Functional Fitness for Older Adults (FFOA) courses. To date over 150 Revera staff have been trained.
An award-winning institution, Sheridan attracts students from across Canada and around the world.
Vancouver Coastal Health delivers to more than one million BC residents living in Vancouver, Vancouver's North Shore, Richmond, the Sea-to-Sky Highway, Sunshine Coast, Bella Bella, Bella Coola the Central Coast and the surrounding areas.
The CCAA has been collaborating with the U of Verona's Faculty of Motor Sciences since 2000. An International Agreement was formally established in 2007 and since then Western has hosted several Italian undergraduate and graduate students.