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Government Partners with 211 to Enhance Services for Seniors




Starting Thursday, Jan. 15, seniors will only need to dial three digits to get information they need as the provincewide 211 service will handle inquiries about senior abuse and provincial programs. 211 Nova Scotia is a confidential information and referral service for community, non-profit and government services. It has information about thousands of services, is available 24 hours a day and has interpretation services for more than 100 languages.


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Le gouvernement s'associe au 211 pour améliorer les services aux aînés - 2015/01/12
À compter du jeudi 15 janvier, les aînés n'auront qu'à composer trois chiffres pour obtenir l'information dont ils ont besoin, et ce grâce au service 211. Le service est offert dans toute la province et il recevra les appels au sujet de la maltraitance des aînés et les demandes de renseignements sur les programmes du gouvernement. (full text)
Government Partners with 211 to Enhance Services for Seniors - 2015/01/12
Starting Thursday, Jan. 15, seniors will only need to dial three digits to get information they need as the provincewide 211 service will handle inquiries about senior abuse and provincial programs. (full text)
Community Groups Invited to Propose Projects for Positive Aging - 2014/09/11
A provincial grant to help improve seniors' health and well-being and make communities more age-friendly is now accepting applications. (full text)
Grants Protect Seniors' Health and Safety - 2014/08/22
A provincial grant program that aims to improve seniors' health and safety is now accepting applications. (full text)
Awards Celebrate Community-minded Seniors, Intergenerational Champions - 2014/06/16
Seniors, young people and community groups were recognized by government for their work to improve communities and encourage interaction across generations. (full text)

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