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Older Adult Centres' Association of Ontario
The Voice of Older Adult Centres: The OACAO is a recognized leader in the development of quality services, resources and supports for our network of community based older adult centres. For information please call (866) 835-7693 or visit www.oacao.org

 
The Active Living Coalition for Older Adults (ALCOA)
strives to promote a society where all older Canadians are leading active lifestyles that contribute to their overall well-being. It is estimated that 60% of older Canadians are “inactive.” These inactive older adults are unable to realize the health benefits of active living. ALCOA is a charitable organization, incorporated in 1999. In partnership with its member organizations, ALCOA develops and disseminates resources to inform, educate, inspire and motivate older adults to maintain and enhance their well-being and independence through a lifestyle that embraces physical activity and active living. Please visit us at www.alcoa.ca or www.silvertimes.ca for more information.
alcoa@uniserve.com
1.800.549.9799
 

 

 


 
 
Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living in Canada

Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®
(FREE PDF Download)

Canada-wide – 22nd Edition

  • What is a Retirement Residence? and Who Needs One?
  • Retirement Residence & Long-Term Care Visiting Tips –Important Questions to Ask and Things to Look For when touring
  • Emotional Aspects of Relocation
  • How to Make the Transition Easier
  • What if a Retirement Community is not the Right Option?
  • What is Long-Term Care?
  • Community Resources
  • Housing Options
  • Resource information on goods and services for seniors
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