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Weekly Seniors Connect Café events.

Are you an older adult seeking social interactions?

This may be something for you - please read details on our ‘News’ page

One-on-one support and social interaction for all older adults, including those living with serious illness or frailty:

One-on-one telephone support.

A weekly friendly telephone call.

Are you an older adult living with serious illness and seeking further supports?

Call us to find out what is available for you.

Intergenerational Program:

Weekly telephone chats with a young person, sharing your life stories and experiences.

Having a memoir written.

Sharing your passions and hobbies.

Support for caregivers of older adults:

One-on-one telephone support.

Peer facilitated informal caregiver group interaction for mutual support and encouragement.

The Peer Facilitated Family Caregiver Support Group project is partially funded with a United Way of the Lower Mainland grant. Please see our ‘News’ page.

Supporting the older adults in our Neighbourhoods.

Learn how to support one another in your neighbourhood and become a ‘Neighbourhood Connector’. Interested in learning more?

The following workshops are all offered free of charge. Each workshop is of a duration of 1.5 hours at a time. You can sign up individually or for any sized group of 5 or more people. Dates and times will be arranged according to interest and availability. Enquire with Connie. See contact page. The workshop options are:

  1. Introductory Neighbourhood Connector workshop: learn how you can become a volunteer in your own neighbourhood in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. Enhance your Communication Skills: become a better listener and help an older adult in enhancing their quality of life.
  3. Brief Action Planning: learn how to work towards achieving a special goal or support someone else in doing this.
  4. Older Adult Abuse: learn to recognize the red flags of older adult abuse and how you can support an older adult experiencing abuse, including financial abuse.
  5. Advance Care Planning: learn the steps of advance care planning for future health care decision making.