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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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Seniors' Services Program (NexusBC Community Resource Centre)

Nexus BC Community Resource Centre serves as a clearinghouse of information on programs and services for seniors living in the North Okanagan. In addition to providing services for seniors, NexusBC al

Prince George Council of Seniors

The Prince George Council of Seniors (PGCOS) provides services, empowerment and advocacy for seniors in Prince George. PGCOS is a non-profit umbrella organization comprised of more than 20 member orga

Senior Connector Program - Senior Come Share Society

The Senior Connector program was introduced by the Seniors Come Share Society in 2009 to connect seniors with local programs and services, to help them fill out simple forms, and to be a starting poin

Return to Health

Seniors Serving Seniors is a Victoria-based organization that runs a program called Return to Health, which provides support to seniors transitioning from (or in some cases, to) the hospital and who a

Information and Referral Services, 411 Seniors Centre Society

The Information and Referral (I&R) Service at 411 Seniors Centre Society (411) started in the late 1970s, and is a flagship service of the organization. The I&R Service helps seniors (55+) and

Temporary Housing Program

The Temporary Housing Program (THP) is an innovative program offered by the Seniors Services Society in New Westminster that provides temporary housing to seniors (55+) and one-on-one support to help

TAPS – Therapeutic Activity Program for Seniors

The Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors, commonly known as TAPS, is a wellness program located in Creston, B.C. The program primarily supports isolated seniors who are experiencing barriers in

SAIL – Seniors Active in Living

The Seniors Active in Living (SAIL) is one of four wellness programs offered by the Burnaby Partners in Seniors’ Wellness, a non-profit group dedicated to providing access to programs which promote


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