We believe the community is enhanced by the wisdom, experience and participation of older adults.
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 Building an Age-Friendly Hamilton. This plan will be presented to the Emergency and Community Services Committee of Hamilton City Council on September 22.
We will be posting a document “What We Heard from the Community” on this website soon.
Get to know HCoA- Share your Ideas- Post Your Thoughts!
Visit the NEW Hamilton Council on Aging Blog regularly to get to know us better, share your ideas, and interact with others about the things that matter to you and planning for an Age-Friendly Hamilton.
We are pleased to present our Welcome Blog Post, written by HCoA President, Mae Radford. Please take a look, make a comment, subscribe to our blog, and pass along to anyone who might be interested.
The Hamilton Council on Aging (HCoA) exists to educate, advocate and improve life for older adults through a collaborative network of individuals and organizations.
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.