The Elder Connect Program is a web-based platform that provides information on programs and services seniors can access and involves inter-generational connection.
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Village provide free gym instructions to help seniors feel comfortable using gym equipment and resources
In order to meet the community, build their trust and establish lasting relationships, Nurse Practitioners in this community take initiative in advocating for themselves while connecting with the people.
A Municipality and the Age Friendly Society work to get affordable housing for seniors and First Nations seniors in the community.
Multiple senior-focused facilities offer activities that increase physical activity and social relations.
Volunteers help seniors complete day-to-day tasks using local funding within the community.
Municipality meets 50/50 fundraising for local dog park, which creates a healthy place that encourages seniors and all community members to be active and expand their social network; a win-win situation for all!
A Community Response Network representative advocates and gets grants for seniors.
Free luncheons and reasonably priced dinners provide options for community members to gather.
Community hosts outreach events to educate people on blood pressure and heart health in order to battle chronic disease.
Parents, tots and seniors all able to connect and socialize together thanks to inclusive Age Friendly program.
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