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We had the privilege of interviewing Deborah Rose, Executive Director of the Edmonton Aboriginal Seniors Centre. We learned from her that the Centre is celebrating its 37th anniversary this year!…Learn More
The Métis Child and Family Services Society Edmonton (MCFS) is a family resource centre in Edmonton that delivers, at no charge, culturally focused social service programs primarily to the Indigenous…Learn More
Many older adults in Alberta play an invaluable role as volunteers, contributing significantly to their communities, oftentimes through organizations like Drive Happiness, which serve other older adults. Older adults are…Learn More
The vitality of older adults is often untapped and underestimated. As the story of Tom and Cecil Graysen illustrates, older adults not only benefit from but also significantly contribute to…Learn More
Download the new Toolkit for Fostering Inclusion in Senior Serving Organizations. This Toolkit was a collaboration between Age Friendly Edmonton and the Edmonton Social Planning Council. Download hereLearn More
Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC) requires a summer student with excellent Microsoft Office, technical, communicating, and organizing skills to undertake the following: Job Description: Experience and Skills: Education (working towards…Learn More
Resources: Background Leading up to the election, Healthy Aging Alberta (HAA) and Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC) have been working on Elections Messaging related to the value and effectiveness of the Community-Based Seniors Serving Sector (CBSS) and the…Learn More