Saskatoon Council on Aging [SCOA]
SCOA acknowledges that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 territory, the traditional territory of the First Nations, and the homeland of the Métis.
The Saskatoon Council on Aging is a community based nonprofit organization and resource hub for older adults 55 plus. To support older adults, we promote positive aging for all in an age-friendly community. Positive aging means feeling good as you grow older. If you stay active, engage and informed, you will age positively. To help keep older adults active, engaged and informed, SCOA provides a roster of age-friendly programs and services.
SCOA’s vision is the future we are working towards – positive aging for all in an age-friendly community. An Age-friendly community helps older adults age with dignity, health and independence and includes older adults in community life. Age-friendly communities are for everyone – they are “great places to grow up and grow old.”
Saskatoon Council on Aging Annual Report 2020-2021
Saskatoon Council on Aging Strategic Plan
Saskatoon Council on Aging Bylaws
Roberts Rules of Order
The Saskatoon Council on Aging [SCOA] was created in 1991; the Resource Centre opened to the public same year.
A group of dedicated older adults who recognized the need for a central resource hub for seniors in Saskatoon and area formed SCOA in 1991.
Our office is located in the Saskatoon Field House 2020 College Drive – main floor.
We are open Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pp and close over the lunch hour 12 pm to 1 pm. Because of COVID-19 protocols, we ask that each visitor wear a mask to access our office. Only one visitor at a time will be admitted. Hand sanitizer available.
SCOA’s key geographical focus is the approximately 80,000 adults over the age of 55 living in Saskatoon and area.