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Seniors & Healthy Aging Secretariat

“The Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat acts as a central point of contact for seniors, their family members and organizations. Staff also work to ensure government policies, programs and legislation reflect the needs of seniors. [Their] website provides you with copies of its publications, valuable links to other seniors' websites and information on how to contact the Secretariat.” (from: www.gov.mb.ca/shas/)

Seniors & Healthy Aging Secretariat
822-155 Carlton Street
Winnipeg MB  R3C 3H8
Phone:(204) 945-2127
Fax:(204) 948-2514
Toll-free (within Manitoba): 1-800-665-6565
email:  seniors@gov.mb.ca
 
For links to the following publications:
Manitoba Seniors Guide
Legal Information Guide for Seniors
A Guide for the Caregiver
Emergency Information for Seniors
Questions to Ask your Doctor and Pharmacist
Older and Wiser Driver
Expect Respect – Stop Elder Abuse
And other publications and information…. visit www.gov.mb.ca
 
 
 

Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
Email: info@senioropolis.com

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