Aging-in-place is all about being empowered to live wherever you choose with dignity and independence by being safe, healthy and socially engaged. As a senior, do you think about “aging-in-place”? Do you think about ways to improve you’re your life today so you can continue to age-in-place for years to come? Being mindful of how you live, where you live and with whom you socialize with have direct impacts on your health, happiness, independence and your dignity.

We are honoured and excited to partner with the Canadian federal government to present a series of digital events dedicated to a variety of ways to successfully age-in-place. On the 15th of every month from September 2022 through February, 2023, we will bring you a new digital event showcasing a different element of aging-in-place. These strategies will help you to successfully live your best life possible.  If you have questions, please call:  905 939 2931.

Funded in part by the Government of Canada


Here is the list of our speakers their topics and dates:

Topic Speaker When

Start Your Own Smart Aging Plan

Sue Lantz, BA, MPA, Managing Director Collaborative Aging Sep 15, 2022
Five Strategies for Aging in Place

Susan Hyatt BSc(PT) MBA, Chair & Co-founder Silver Sherpa Inc.

Oct 15, 2022

Breaking 70 – New Challenges Arise

James Courtney BASc. (EngSci), PhD (Physics), MBA Author, Writer, Blogger, Consultant, Technologist Nov 15, 2022

Your Brain – Body Loop: Simple ways to strengthen your brain for better movement

Anne Klausner, Founder, Exercise with Care Dec 15, 2022
Driving, public transit or taxi? Mary Bart BA, Chair, Caregiving Matters Jan 15, 2023
Home care options Mary Bart BA, Chair, Caregiving Matters Jan 15, 2023
Where to live Mary Bart BA, Chair, Caregiving Matters Feb. 15, 2023
Tips to staying engaged socially Mary Bart BAChair, Caregiving Matters Feb. 15, 2023
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