Welcome to Age-Friendly Saskatchewan

The purpose of this website is to provide Age-Friendly information and resources for Saskatchewan communities, individuals, businesses and organizations.

Age-Friendly Communities is a global movement with a goal of making communities safer, smarter, healthier, happier, more inclusive places for all people to live and thrive.

An Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program is being introduced in Saskatchewan to recognize communities that undertake activities or create programming to be more inclusive of seniors, leading to communities that are more inclusive of all people.

 

Age-Friendly Newsletters

Age-Friendly Communities have been adjusting to COVID-19 in different ways. For ideas and information, please download the July 2020 Age-Friendly Newsletter

July 2020. Age-Friendly Newsletter

 

 

Why Age-Friendly?

Healthier citizens Stronger community connections Safe, vibrant communities Greater opportunities for business Intergenerational – benefits all ages Reduces abuse and isolation

Age-Friendly Regina Survey

The Age Friendly Regina Committee is inviting responses to its Age Friendly Community Survey. This survey will help the Committee assess the supports, and challenges faced by older adults in Regina. An age friendly community is one that provides support for everyone to “age actively” – that is to live in security, enjoy good health and continue to participate fully in society. We are looking to have an inclusive and representative response, so we encourage all adults to respond. The answers to the survey will help the Committee advocate for the needs of Regina’s population. All responses are confidential.  This survey should take about 20-30 minutes to complete. For more information on the survey, please contact Shayna Stock at 306.540.3884 or socialinclusionprograms@regina.ca 

Survey link below.

https://tinyurl.com/agefriendlyregina

 

 

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