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Serving Halton Hills…
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Who We Are:

The Halton Seniors Advocacy Group is a group of people consisting mainly of, the volunteer board members of CARP Halton Chapter. CARP Halton Chapter 3 is part of a National non-profit, non-partisan organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for Halton residents as they age. We hope that you will join us!

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    • Oakville: Seniors Centres Without Walls
      The following appeared in the Oakville Recreation and Culture News. You can also find full information on the Town of Oakville website. Seniors Centres Without Walls Our Seniors Services team is excited to launch Seniors Centres Without Walls(SCWW), a free and interactive telephone-based …
    • Burlington TelePALS
      The following is taken from the City of Burlington website. TelePALS provides free over the phone discussion, social and learning programs for adults. Participants can join in Chat Groups, Listen and Learn, Game Shows, Ask the Expert or Listen for Enjoyment programs.  …
    • Willow Foundation: Supporting Halton’s LTC Homes
    • CARP Halton Chapter Virtual Meeting “How to Keep a Healthy Brain”
      With the restrictions to our normal lives caused by COVID-19 unlikely to change any time soon many organizations are looking to technology, and the internet in particular, for solutions. One such technology that you may have heard about is Zoom. ZOOM is an on-line platform which allows …
    • COVID Related Cybercrime Awareness
    • Alzheimer Society of Halton Presents: Recreation Within the Home
      The Alzheimer Society of Halton presents Recreation Within the Home designed for Family Caregivers.  Learn how to better connect and not correct when keeping your loved one busy during Covid-19.  We will go over common caregiver struggles, recreation ideas and even where to go for free …
    • CNIB Foundation Virtual Program Offerings
      In response to COVID-19, the CNIB Foundation has expanded its virtual program offerings across Canada. These programs are free and available to Canadians who are blind or partially sighted as well as their families, friends and caregivers. We kindly ask participants to register for programs at …
    • Mississauga Halton LHIN: Family Caregiver Health and Wellness
      The COVID-19 pandemic has made the simple tasks in our daily lives stressful and challenging. The changes we’ve had to adjust to can take a toll on our physical and mental health, so it’s important to practice self care. Heart House Hospice is hosting webinars via ZOOM on various topics …
    • CARP: Latest News and Campaigns
      Please visit CARP.ca where you will find the most up to date news and initiatives, please make sure to check it out. Here are links to a few of the top issues: COVID: What you need to know   – Protect yourself against COVID-19 Scams COVID: Financial help for seniors  – Expert discuss …
    • Acclaim Health: Bereavement Support
      If you’re struggling with the loss of a loved one, you don’t have to struggle alone. Grieving is part of the normal healing process, but it can be hard work. And everyone’s experience is different. Bereavement Support gives you the opportunity to talk about your loss in a safe, non-judgmental …
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