ACTIVE AGING IN MANITOBA (AAIM)
AAIM-MB is a partnership of organization and individuals who encourage older Manitobans to maintain and enhance their well-being through a lifestyle that embraces daily physical activities. AAIM-MB coordinates and supports the following projects:
- Active Living Gear Kit (Available for loan);
- Healthy Lifestyles Bing (Available for loan or purchase);
- Peer-led Fitness Programs (Steppin’ Up & Out);
- Peer-led Speakers Bureau on a variety of topics.
For more information contact:
AAIM-MB, Seven Oaks Wellness Institute
1075 Leila Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R2P 2W7
Phone: 204-632-3947 Toll Free: 1-866-202-6663
A & O: SUPPORT SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS
A & O operates two senior centres in Winnipeg, which provide a variety of health-related, educational, and recreational programs. A & O offers three pillars of service covering Safety & Security, Social Engagement and Counselling services. Other services include resources for caregivers, legal assistance, Seniors Centre Without Walls and Elder Abuse Prevention Services.
For more information, contact:
A & O: Support Services for Older Adults
200-280 Smith Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1K2
Phone: 204-956-6440 Toll Free: 1-888-333-3121
CREATIVE RETIREMENT MANITOBA (CRM)
Creative Retirement Manitoba contributes to the well-being of older persons and their communities by developing and offering innovative and interactive learning opportunities with and for older persons. Programs include:
- courses on a wide range of subjects including languages, arts, history, fitness and computers
- intergenerational outreach
- literacy outreach
- retirement preparation
- public education on seniors and aging
- Seniors Resource Network website (seniors.cimnet.ca)
Your Emergency Preparedness Guide
Intergenerational programming and relationships are part of ensuring safe, respectful communities for all ages. Dispelling myths and stereotypes about aging and older people is an essential component of creating age friendly communities.
MANITOBA ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR CENTRES (MASC)
MASC is the unifying agent of senior centres across Manitoba. MASC facilitates communication, networking and planning among senior centres and raises their profiles. They also assist in the development of senior centres and collaborate with other senior serving organizations
MANITOBA’S COMMUNITY RESOURCE DATA WAREHOUSE
McMASTER UNIVERSITY OPTIMAL AGING PORTAL
Together, we can support the health and wellness of our aging population by ensuring they have access to research-supported health information to age well and independently manage their health conditions.
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OLDER DRIVERS IN MANITOBA
The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), launched the National Blueprint for Injury Prevention in Older Drivers in February 2009. The Blueprint strives to enhance the capacity of older adults to maintain their fitness to drive and ability to drive safely for as long as possible.
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS NETWORK FOR SENIORS
The goal of TONS is to inform and educate Manitobans on transportation options that enhance quality of life and promote age friendly communities.