Seniors Wellness Programs
Strengthening Families in Rural Alberta
The objective of the Seniors Wellness Program is to improve health and wellness of older adults and assist them in maintaining optimal levels of independence without undue risk.
To achieve this objective, FCSS staff offer support, educational workshops and presentations to both seniors and their families (including caregivers). The information and support offered in this program enables seniors to make choices that will improve their health and well being.
Personal assistance is also given to seniors regarding pensions, Alberta Benefit packages, and understanding how to access information.
Seniors Financial Assistance Programs
Information and assistance with forms for programs and services available to eligible individuals.
These rural conferences are a couple times each year and provide seniors an opportunity to learn, laugh and connect with resources within their community.
Income Tax Support
Connects eligible individuals with free help in completing their income tax returns. For more information please click.
Support groups provide the opportunity to receive support and strategies from FCSS Seniors Wellness Coordinator as well as from others experiencing similar situations. To find a support group in your area, please call 403-915-7063 or email email@example.com
Information and Support
Seniors, their families and caregivers can gain information on a variety of topics.
Presentations and Conferences
Presentations are provided on a range of topics to support the wellness of seniors in their every day lives.
Care for the Caregiver Remote/Online
Gain support from other caregivers. Learn about resources, communication, how to manage stress and support your emotional wellness.
Seniors Wellness Workshops
Join us for fun, interactive and informative workshops geared toward seniors.
The volunteer program is designed to provide support to FCSS programs by providing leadership to volunteers.
This is an intergenerational program connecting seniors with local students to share knowledge and develop local friendships.