Resources for Seniors
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Open Access Websites & Local Resources
Local & Government Programs
Access reliable information, resources, and support services for both caregivers and patients.
A program that helps seniors with simple non-medical, day-to-day tasks so that they can continue to live independently in their own homes and remain connected to their communities. United Way British Columbia Healthy Aging administers the Better at Home program, and is funded by the Government of BC.
A local support network for caregivers of seniors. Discover emotional support, practical tips, information, and resources, help with navigating health care systems, educational opportunities, and more.
CBAL provides numerous services and supports for seniors and caregivers for all communities located in the Columbia Basin.
Run by a group of volunteers from various service groups and organizations within the City of Cranbrook with a member of City Council, Cranbrook Age Friendly is your one stop for all services, programs, activities, and resources for seniors in Cranbrook.
Information, benefits, and supports for seniors from the federal government.
Services and information for seniors and their caregivers in the Kootenays. They offer programs for transportation, home support, and more!
A place for all older adults and caretakers in the province to find resources and programs for planning and living a healthy and active lifestyle.
Health & Wellness
A plethora of information on staying healthy as you age from the federal government.
The Government of BC has developed an Information Kit to help older adults learn how to prevent abuse, recognize abuse when it happens, know how to respond, and know where they can find assistance.
Resources and guides to help seniors stay safe in the digital world.