What We Do

Hamilton Senior’s Social Isolation Project

The Hamilton Council on Aging is pleased to announce the launch of…

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Committee Against Abuse of Older Person (CAAOP)

The Committee Against Abuse of Older Persons (CAAOP), a committee of the…

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Improving Access for Seniors

  Improving Access To Community Support Services for Seniors from Diverse Communities…

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Age-Friendly Hamilton

Thanks to two generous grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Hamilton Council…

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Upcoming Events from Community Partners

GERAS To Go

  • Join us for a six-week workshop series on Successful Aging at the Good Shepherd Centre at 35 Aikman St. in Hamilton, ON, hosted by the GERAS Centre and developed by experts at Hamilton Health Sciences and McMaster University! Click here for the flyer
  • Dates: October 25 to November 29
  • Cost: $40
  • Register Online: www.gerasinfo.eventbrite.ca By Phone: (905) 521-2100 x 12460

Hamilton Falls Prevention Coalition 3rd annual Healthy, Safe and Strong Wellness Day

Join us to learn how to stay healthy and independent! Professional speakers, displays, lunch and nutrition breaks. Healthy Safe & Stong Event 2016

  • When:       Wednesday November 9th, 2016
  • Time:        10:00 AM – 1:30 PM (Registration @ 9:00 AM)
  • Where:      Sackville Hill Seniors’ Recreation Centre
  •                  780 Upper Wentworth Street, Hamilton
  • Cost:         Free Admission. Limited Seating
  • Registration:     Opens Monday October 3Call Sackville Hill Seniors’ Centre 905-546-2541
  •                           Closes Wednesday November 2nd
  • For more information: Lisa Campbell at 905-512-3795

Volunteer with Us: HCoA Peer Connector Program!

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.

For more information about the HCoA Older Adult Peer Connector Program, or to Get Involved, Contact Us!

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

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