We believe the community is enhanced by the wisdom, experience and participation of older adults.
Retired Teachers of
Provides $50,000 Grant to Hamilton Seniors
Isolation Impact Plan
Partners of the Hamilton Seniors Isolation Impact Plan (HSIIP) are pleased to announce they have received a $50,000 grant from the Retired Teachers of Ontario Foundation. The grant will help HSIIP partners to reduce seniors’ isolation through the creation of a Social Participation Fund. Read more.
My Story of Aging
Successfully in Hamilton
Read Jeanne Mayo’s story of Aging Successfully in Hamilton.
55+ Programs now
available at more
Hamilton community centres!
Visit your local recreation centre and explore the new 55+ programs just for you—it’s YOUR day!
When: February 7 2017 to February 28, 2018
Where: Local recreation centre
More Info : 55+ It’s Your Day
GERAS To Go – Planning for the Future
Join us for a six-week workshop series on Planning for the Future, hosted by the GERAS Centre and developed by experts at Hamilton Health Sciences and McMaster University!
When: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 to Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: The Village of Wentworth Heights, 1620 Upper Wentworth Street in Hamilton
Register: www.gerasinfo.eventbrite.ca or (905) 521-2100 ext. 12460
Hamilton Senior of the Year!
The City of Hamilton is accepting nominations for the 2017 Municipal Senior of the Year Awards! Don’t miss your chance to recognize the contributions of an outstanding older adult who has made a positive difference to life in our community!
Deadline: The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, March 31, 2017.
To nominate your Hamilton Senior of the Year today please fill out a nomination package!
The Awards event will be celebrated on Tuesday, June 13, 2017
For more information please contact Lisa Maychak at (905) 546-2424 x 1721 or Lisa.Maychak@hamilton.ca
The HCoA Older Adult Peer Connector Program connects people with information to empower seniors to make informed decisions. Volunteers provide face-to-face information about community programs and services at various library and community locations throughout greater Hamilton. Volunteers are provided with training on the wide array of programs and services for seniors. Specially designed training modules help volunteers to navigate the system to find information and make referrals to help other seniors!
This is a flexible volunteer opportunity for older adults to get involved and help other seniors in Hamilton! We are currently recruiting volunteers to join us at upcoming volunteer sessions.
- Learn more about the HCoA Adult Peer Connector Program
- Fill out an application to volunteer with us. Please email your completed application to email@example.com.
Contact Us for more information about the HCoA Older Adult Peer Connector Program or to find out ways to get involved.
The HCoA Older Adult Peer Connector Program is a partnership of the Hamilton Council on Aging, Hamilton Public Library, and Information Hamilton,
Generously funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.