4Jan

Planning for Aging Well Workshop: South Vancouver

@ Room #117, Sunset Community Centre 6810 Main St, Vancouver Jan. 4th 4:30pm - 8:30pm FREE

This is a free workshop with a light dinner provided, presented by BC Healthy Communities Society (BCHC) in collaboration with South Vancouver Neighbourhood House. This initiative is supported by the Province of British Columbia.

To join us, register here!

About the Workshop:

Do you have a vision of what your later years will look like? Perhaps you see yourself travelling, playing with grandchildren or simply enjoying a happy, healthy life in your community. What do you need to do now to achieve your goals later?

Making plans and decisions today will help you better prepare for tomorrow so you can achieve your goals in your lifelong journey. This interactive workshop will prompt you to think about your future well-being in topic areas such as your health, finances, housing, transportation and social connections to help you make the most of later life.

Hard copy resources to help you plan your aging journey as well as local information about available services and supports will be provided at the event.

Who Should Participate?

Adults of all ages, caregivers and people who work with older adults are invited to participate in this engaging dialogue.

If you are interested in:

  • Developing a plan to help you have a healthy, happy aging journey; 
  • Learning about resources and information to help actualize your plans; and
  • Connecting with new people in your community

Then Register Now!

To register for this workshop click here. If you would like assistance with registration, or would like more information, please contact:

SOUTH VANCOUVER NEIGHBOURHOOD HOUSE
Shelley Jorde or Sandra Meehan
Phone: 604-324-6212
Email: shelley@southvan.org
Email: sandra@southvan.org 

or you can reach:

MICHELLE SANDSMARK
BC Healthy Communities c/o theDock
300-722 Cormorant St. 
Victoria, BC V8W 1P8
E-mail: michelle@bchealthycommunities.ca

To learn more about Healthy Families BC and to find resources for Aging Well, click here.

 

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