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Older Adult Services

Updated Seniors' Resource Directory

Updated for 2017, the Seniors’ Resource Directory is now available. To request your copy contact 780.464-4044.

In 2011, the baby boomers began turning 65.  With nearly 9,000 residents over the age of 65 in Strathcona County, older adults are a growing demographic. By 2031, the number of seniors in Strathcona County is expected to double - resulting in seniors outnumbering the children and youth in our community, for the first time.

2017 Seniors' Safety Calendar.

The Seniors' Safety Calendar is offered free to older adult residents of Strathcona County. Contact Family and Community Services to pick up one today or download a printable version here. 

2017 Seniors' Safety Calendar (3.9 MB)

Looking for help with snow removal this winter? Snow busters can help.

  • Are you a senior living in Strathcona County?
  • Are you unable to shovel your snow due to health concerns or illness?
  • Do you have an annual income not exceeding $26,200 for an individual or $42,500 for a couple? 

You might qualify for our Snow Busters program. For more information and find out if you qualify contact 780-464-4044. 

Resources Available

Older adults are an asset to our community. As an an age-friendly and caring community, Strathcona County is dedicated to meeting their needs today and in the future. 


Seniors' Week in Strathcona County

Come celebrate Seniors’ Week here in Strathcona County.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Learn the signs and break the silence. If you or someone you know is impacted by elder abuse, there is help available. 

  • Government of Alberta - Seniors Services - Government of Alberta site with several resources for all seniors.

  • Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network - Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network (AEAAN) is a network of Albertans dedicated to increasing awareness and supporting a community response to elder abuse.

World Elder Abuse 2016 Poster (525.6 KB)

Reach Isolated Seniors Everywhere (R.I.S.E.)

Help reduce the social isolation and loneliness of our older Canadians.

  Risk factors and indicators of social isolation (1.5 MB)

Phone: 780-464-4044
Fax: 780-449-1220

Last updated: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Page ID: 37673