Older Nova Scotians and their families now have better access to up-to-date information about programs and services for seniors in the 2018 Positive Aging Directory.
The directory features information about active living, caregiving and support, employment and entrepreneurship, finances, health and wellness, housing, safety and security and transportation.
"The Positive Aging Directory has become a staple in households throughout the province,” said Seniors Minister Leo Glavine. “We are pleased to make this important resource available online and in print for older Nova Scotians and their families.”
The directory is available online. To request a free print copy, visit http://www.novascotia.ca/seniors/directory/
or call 211.
FOR BROADCAST USE:
The 2018 Positive Aging Directory is now available.
The directory features information for older adults and
their families on caregiving and support, employment and
entrepreneurship, health and wellness and more.
Seniors Minister Leo Glavine says the directory has become
a household staple for older adults in communities throughout
The directory is available online. To request a print copy,
visit our website at W-W-W dot Nova Scotia dot C-A slash seniors
slash directory, or call 2-1-1.
Media Contact: Tracy Barron