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Programs and Initiatives

Programs and Initiatives profiled on Healthy Aging CORE provide examples of the important work being done by local, provincial, and national organizations and the value of these programs and initiatives in promoting health and well-being and fostering resilience for older adults seniors.

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QMUNITYSeniors Programs

Click HERE to learn moreQMUNITY’s Older Adults and Seniors programs offer opportunities for community connection, social support, and personal development for folks fifty-five and older.Finding incl

Adult Day Program For South Asian Seniors in Surrey

Alzheimer Dementia Support for South Asian communitiesClick HERE to learn moreExpanded adult day program supports Surrey seniorsLearn More:To learn more about the B.C. seniors’ guide, visit: https:

[Support Group] Caregivers Connect: Mindfulness for Caregiving

Mindfulness could be characterized as a practice, an art, a way of being, a way of life. The challenges of caregiving can cause a great degree of stress that is often detrimental to our health and wel

[Organization] The Pacific Regional Centre for Healthy Aging

Click HERE to learn moreThe Pacific Regional Centre for Healthy Aging (PRCHA) is a network in British Columbia that promotes healthy aging by working with the public and the health care community. The

[Program] ABC Internet Matters - LifeLiteracyCanada

Click HERE to learn moreABC Life Literacy Canada is a national charitable organization that champions literacy by empowering adult learners, raising awareness, and supporting the adult learning sec

[Organization] Volunteer Grandparents

Bridging and Enriching GenerationsVolunteer Grandparents is a non-profit organization aiming to create and strengthen intergenerational relationships and enriching the lives of seniors, children, and

[Initiative] Hey Neighbour Collective

Click HERE to learn moreBuilding social connections: Housing design policies to support wellbeing for allHappy Cities, Hey Neighbour Collective, and Simon Fraser University are working with six local

[Program] Rise, Shine, Sing!

This program studies the benefits of singing and dancing for seniors and is led by two Queens University professors and a dance facilitator. Participation is free, and members meet to sing and dance


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