"You Can Make A Difference."
Older adults live better when they are active.
Active Aging Canada offers all seniors inspiration and encouragement through research based resources that focus on the older adult. We provide advice about healthy aging from leading Canadian health researchers in all areas that affect health-physical, nutritional, as well as mental health, and others.
All these resources are available free of charge and can be found on our websites: this one you are on and www.silvertimes.ca.
Recent cutbacks in federal funding have led us to postpone vital programs. As a registered charity, there is so much we can do but cannot - simply because we lack the funds.
The need is urgent, now.
We envision a society where all older Canadians lead active lifestyles. At this time of year, we invite you to be a part of our vision and help us continue our good work. Please consider how you can help Active Aging Canada achieve our mission. Specifically, if you'd send a donation of $25, $75, $150 .... or whatever amount you're comfortable with.
We are certain you support helping older adults and today we are asking you to take that support to another level and make a donation.
Let's work together to make optimal aging a reality for older adults in Canada who deserve our respect, admiration and support.
Please click on the link below to give generously.
Dr. Ron Ferguson
Active Aging Canada Chairman
National Executive Director
Quotes from a
Silver Times Reader
...a wonderful motivation for folks to continue and motivate others to join the exercise program." Marisol, SK
A Workshop Leader
"Thank you so much for all your hard work. We will look forward to doing the workshop here at our program in the New Year! Your organization should be very proud of the work it is doing for Albertan Seniors!
KUDOS TO YOU! Leanne, AB
Comments from Workshop
* I've lowered my blood sugar.
* ... all seniors should attend this course.
* This is the most informative program that I have been enrolled in.
OLDER ADULTS WANTED
by the University of Regina,
Health Psychology Laboratory
for a research study to evaluate
a pain self-management program.
Please visit their website
for more information