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Prairie Mountain Health

The Parkland Regional Health Authority is responsible for the planning, coordination, funding and delivery of all health services for the 42,000 residents within the Parkland Region, situated in West Central Manitoba, Canada.

Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat

Seniors and Healthy Aging is part of the department of Healthy Living, Seniors and Consumer Affairs.  The Secretariat works with all departments to create an environment within Manitoba that promotes health, independence and well-being of all older Manitobans.



   Manitoba Seniors Guide 2012/13 (pdf - 108 pages)

A Guide for Older Manitobans to provide support in making informed decisions regarding programs and services available to them.

   Manitoba Elder Abuse Strategy (pdf - 1 page)

A one page document that provides an overview of the Manitoba Elder Abuse Strategy and how the Government of Manitoba is working to prevent abuse of older adults.

   A Guide for the Caregiver (pdf - 48 pages)

The guide for the Caregiver provides valuable information to caregivers of older adults on the emotional journey of caregiving, dealing with stress, employment, building a support network and information about resources.

   Safety for Seniors Fact Sheets (pdf - 6 pages)

A publication that explains elder abuse; signs that may cause concern; how seniors can keep themselves safe; and where to go for help and support.

   Legal Information Guide for Seniors

This guide provides general information about wills, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives and other issues that should be considered when planning for your future.

  Age Friendly Manitoba - Creating communities committed to healthy, active aging.

A publication that explains the Age-Friendly Manitoba Initiative and how to get your community involved.

Human Resources and Skills Development - Seniors HRSDC

is committed to improving the well-being and quality of life of seniors and near-seniors through a range of policies, programs and services.

New Horizons for Seniors Program 

The New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) is a federal Grants and Contributions program that supports projects led or inspired by seniors who want to make a difference in the lives of others and in their communities.

Creative Retirement

Creative Retirement Manitoba contributes to the well being of older persons and their communities by developing and offering innovative and interactive opportunities.

Age-Friendly Manitoba Initiative

A one-stop resource centre that will provide Age-friendly communities with information, discussions, resources, and identify key persons to assist communities in becoming more age-friendly.

Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults (MNPAOA)

The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults (MNPAOA) is a partnership of Manitoba-based organizations. The Network's goals are: to act as a central point of contact for provincial efforts, to support regional and community initiatives to prevent abuse of older adults and to raise public awareness of elder abuse throughout the province.

Active Living Coalition for Older Adults

The Active Living Coalition for Older Adults (ALCOA) strives to promote a society where all older Canadians are leading active lifestyles that contribute to their overall well-being.

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Society for Manitoba with Disabilities (SMD)

SMD is a family of organizations that are working together to improve the lives of persons with disabilities in Manitoba.

Volunteer Manitoba

Volunteer Manitoba's mission is to support groups and individuals in the voluntary sector to develop and enhance their capacity to anticipate, understand, celebrate, and meet community needs in Manitoba.


CharityVillage is the leading online source of information, news, jobs, services and resources for the Canadian nonprofit community.

Age and Opportunity

A_O: Support Services for Older Adults is a not-forprofit social service agency that provides programs and services to older adults 55+ that support and enhance the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual lives of older persons.

Alzheimer Manitoba

Founded almost 30 years ago, the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba exists to alleviate the individual, family and social consequences of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders while supporting the search for a cure.

As a province-wide organization, the Society seeks to achieve its mission through community awareness; individual, family and professional education; support programs and research funding.

Center on Aging

The Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba, was established on July 1, 1982, with a mandate to serve as a focal point for the conduct of research on aging. The Centre has developed a national and international reputation for excellence in research.

The experiences of aging individuals and the dynamics of an aging society are investigated using rigorous scientific standards. Community representatives contribute to projects, and the Centre distributes its findings to administrators, policy makers, practitioners, and seniors to assist them in making decisions.