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Socially Connecting Seniors

SCOA helps keep older adults connected throughout the pandemic and beyond. The coronavirus outbreak has profoundly impacted the lives of older adults. They are at a high risk to become socially isolated due to necessary social distancing measures designed to keep them safe. SCOA will keep older adults socially connected through two initiatives: Telephone visits …

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Seniors and Youth Connect Project

Seniors and youth connect in a new project supported by the Saskatoon Community Foundation and operated by the Saskatoon Council on Aging [SCOA]. The Senior and Youth Connections project matches youth and older adults to work together and learn from each other. The Saskatoon Council on Aging was one of 21 agencies awarded a 2021 Quality of Life grant from the …

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Re-establishing the Role of Families in Long Term Care after the COVID-19 Pandemic

How the pandemic has affected family relationships – a video produced by the SK LTC Network in partnership with SPA-LTC [Strengthening a Palliative Approach in Long-Term Care] About the SK LTC Network: The SK LTC Network is a group of family members, researchers, clinicians, and trainees that contribute evidence- and experience- informed strategies to support …

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