News releases from Seniors issued in the specified time period (Page 3)

Grants Improve Seniors' Health and Safety

Seniors

Government support will help Nova Scotia seniors live more comfortably and independently in their homes.

Le gouvernement s'associe au 211 pour améliorer les services aux aînés

Seniors

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.

Government Partners with 211 to Enhance Services for Seniors

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.

Community Groups Invited to Propose Projects for Positive Aging

Seniors

A provincial grant to help improve seniors' health and well-being and make communities more age-friendly is now accepting applications.

Grants Protect Seniors' Health and Safety

Seniors

A provincial grant program that aims to improve seniors' health and safety is now accepting applications.

Awards Celebrate Community-minded Seniors, Intergenerational Champions

Seniors

Seniors, young people and community groups were recognized by government for their work to improve communities and encourage interaction across generations.

Des fonds sont offerts pour aider à sensibiliser les gens à la maltraitance des aînés

Seniors

La Province offre aux organismes communautaires des fonds pour sensibiliser les gens à la maltraitance des aînés.

Funding Available to Raise Awareness About Senior Abuse

Seniors

Community organizations can get provincial funding to help raise awareness about senior abuse.

2014 Positive Aging Directory Official Launch

Seniors

Older Nova Scotians and their families now have better access to information about programs and services for an active and engaged lifestyle through the 2014 Positive Aging Directory.

Grants Support Positive Aging, Age-Friendly Communities

Seniors

Seniors will benefit from projects that will make it easier to stay independent and engaged in activities that promote health and wellness.

Honouring Seniors For Giving Back to Their Communities

Seniors

Nova Scotians are encouraged to help celebrate the generosity and selflessness of seniors by nominating them for a Remarkable Senior award.

Department of Seniors Office Moving to New Location

Seniors

The Department of Seniors office on Brunswick St., Halifax will close at noon on Friday, March 7, while staff move to offices at a new location at Barrington Tower, 1894 Barrington St.

Candidatures acceptées aux prix pour les jeunes et les aînés

Seniors

Des Néo-Écossais de tous les âges seront honorés pour leurs efforts visant à favoriser une culture d'attention et d'apprentissage entre les générations grâce au lancement des Prix intergénérationnels de 2014.

Nominations Wanted for Youth, Seniors Awards

Seniors

Nova Scotians of all ages are being recognized for fostering a culture of caring and learning between generations with the launch of the 2014 Intergenerational Awards.

Grants Helping Keep Seniors Safe

Seniors / Justice

The province is helping Nova Scotia seniors live safely and independently in their communities.

New Art, Photography by Seniors on Display

Seniors

Nova Scotians age 50 or older are showing creativity has no age limit at the Seniors Art and Photo Gallery.

Grants Available to Protect Seniors Health and Safety

Seniors

Nova Scotia seniors will be protected from harm and will be able to live comfortably and independently through programs supported by the province's Senior Safety Grant.

More Seniors to Benefit From Literacy Program

Seniors

More seniors will have access to computer courses, nutrition guides and other learning projects, helping them live healthier and more independent lives.

Countdown to the 55+ Games Is On

Seniors

Older Nova Scotians can look forward to fun, fitness and friendship now that the countdown to the 55+ Games is underway.

Grants Helping Communities Keep Seniors Safe

Seniors

Nova Scotians are coming together to make their communities safer and keep seniors protected from abuse, neglect and scams.