Planning for An Age-Friendly Hamilton

Planning for an Age-Friendly Hamilton: We want to hear from you!

Hamilton’s population is aging.

The City of Hamilton is committed to being prepared for our aging population and is working alongside the Hamilton Council on Aging and community stakeholders on a plan for an Age-Friendly Hamilton.  This plan is set to be released in late 2014.

We are seeking your input to ensure that this plan is a true reflection of our community and the needs of older adults in Hamilton. 

Get Involved

  • Join us in April and May at a Community Consultation in your area. Click on this link to find information on dates and locations. 
  • Can’t attend a community consultation? We still want to hear from you! Click here to fill out our on-line survey to give your feedback in April and May 2014.
  • Gather a group of individuals with special interests,  common goals and diverse needs to host your own conversation, utilizing our Discussion Guide Discussion guides are available online and at Sackville Hill Seniors Centre, YWCA Seniors Active Living Centres, Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre and at some Seniors Clubs.  Please contact 905-777-3837 ext. 12238 for more information about hosting your own conversation and to join us at a Facilitator Orientation Session.

Please click here to learn more about Planning for an Age-Friendly Hamilton.

Who We Are

Mission Statement

The Hamilton Council on Aging (HCoA) exists to educate, advocate and improve life for older adults through a collaborative network of individuals and organizations.

About HCoA

HCoA is a senior-driven initiative that was founded by a group of concerned citizens in the community.

HCoA is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of all seniors in Hamilton.

Our strength is in our membership. A volunteer Board of Directors, subcommittees, as well as HCoA staff, volunteers and community partners work together to support current projects and community initiatives.

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