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Activity Report: What We’ve Done in 2021 -2022

The Saskatoon Council on Aging has been operating now for 31 years!  As you can see from the highlights below SCOA has supported many older adults to be active, informed and engaged.  Age-friendly Community Development Committee – Beyond the Pandemic Project:409 older adults aged 55+ from Saskatoon and area responded to the research survey and …

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Home Supports Initiative: Real Options, Better Outcomes and Lower Costs to Age in Place

Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism [SSM] is launching its Home Supports Initiative in order to: -Raise awareness of the need for practical home supports -Engage individuals, organizations and communities to grow a powerful movement to demand action -Compile a list of all those who commit to supporting this initiative -Maintain contact with supporters to share information and create synergy -Maintain contact with …

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Will Power™ – Use the Power of your will to do more

The Saskatoon Council on Aging [SCOA] is excited to partner with nearly 500 charities, financial advisors and legal professionals in an effort to inspire Canadians to create positive change in the world while still supporting loved ones. Will Power™ is a multi-year national initiative to inspire Canadians to create positive change in the world while still supporting …

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Memoir Writing Workshops with Marion Mutala

Introducing Memoir Writing, a 4 week workshop series with award winning author Marion Mutala National -Bestselling, Award winning Author -Marion Mutala Marion Mutala has a master’s degree in educational administration and taught for 30 years. With a passion for the arts, she loves to write, sing, play pickle-ball and guitar, travel, and read. Marion has …

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