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Calgary Horticultural Society: For many Calgary gardeners, the cold, snowy weather of the last week closed the door on the outdoor gardening season. However, it doesn't stop us from continuing our learning about how to be better gardeners. Not having as many outdoor task means we can take time to evaluate what we grew and think about what was successful and why. We can also sign up for a talk, workshop, or course. Check out their What's Happening Calendar: https://www.calhort.org/whats-happening/#cid=771&wid=5101
Calgary Seniors Housing Forum Society - Importance of Immunization in Lung Health
Kirby Centre Presents a Month Series of Online Presentations "To Learn All You Need To Know About Infectious Disease, Immunization and Staying Healthy in Mind And Body"
October 30th 10:30 am - 11:30 am: Lung Health And Respiratory Infections.
Click here to register
CARP is planning to host Canada’s largest ever virtual meeting of seniors, and you’re invited! CARP is all about thinking “big” when it comes to fighting for our country’s older adults. Click here to register or for more information.
Offers various services to Calgary's seniors and many resources to ensure seniors are safe and healthy.
Mission is "provide a depth of support that creates meaningful and effective change in the overall well-being and quality of life of vulnerable seniors"
Hosts on-line courses on a number of topics important to seniors such as:
Crisis intervention for older adults and their care providers who are experiencing a non-medical crisis
Assistance in accessing basic needs supports such as food, clothing, shelter
Support around complex situations such as caregiver stress, dementia, mental health, addictions, elder abuse and family violence
24 / 7 confidential phone line and follow up service that concerned citizens can call if they see a senior that needs help
Provides free workshops that educate seniors about the realities of fraud and financial abuse:
education about fraud and financial abuse
teaching seniors the steps they can take to protect themselves
information on current frauds and red flags to watch for
tips for fraud prevention
interactive conversations with the group
Cyber-Seniors’ mission is to bridge the digital divide and connect generations through technology by providing tech-training for senior citizens using an intergenerational, youth volunteer model.
Membership is free for seniors and provides access to the Senior Resource and Training Centre.
Nextdoor is the best way to stay informed about what’s going on in your neighbourhood—whether it’s finding a last-minute babysitter, planning a local event, or sharing safety tips. There are so many ways our neighbours can help us, we just need an easier way to connect with them.
Check out Karen’s Cafe in the Jewish Family Centre 1607 90 Ave SW, Calgary for cool summer takeout food on weekdays at lunch and Thursday for dinner. Great for picnics or hot evenings when you don’t want to turn on the stove!