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Volunteer week

Better at Home is celebrating National Volunteer week. We are thrilled to share the stories of our amazing volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please visit our website at http://betterathome.ca/ or YouTube channel  or Facebook page at

Ashcroft Volunteer
Richmond Volunteer
Powell River Volunteer
Quesnel Volunteer

https://www.facebook.com/Better-at-Home-1720970354628846/

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Provincial Summit on Aging Final Report Now Available

We are pleased to release the Provincial Summit on Aging Final Report which highlights important issues, learnings, and next steps identified after meeting with over 200 sector representatives on November 2 & 3, 2017:

http://www.seniorsraisingtheprofile.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Summit-Report-final-.pdf

If you have questions or comments about the report, please contact the new Community & Sector Development Coordinator, Barbara McMillan at BarbaraM@uwlm.ca.

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Building a Vision for Seniors’ Wellness at the Inaugural Provincial Summit on Aging

Surrey, B.C. – More than 200 organizational leaders from across B.C. met on November 2 & 3 to identify and address critical challenges facing seniors in the province today. The inaugural Provincial Summit on Aging (the “Summit”) took place at Surrey City Hall and was an initiative of the Raising the Profile Project (www.seniorsraisingtheprofile.ca).

The Summit’s goals were to raise the profile and increase the capacity of Community-Based Seniors’ Services (CBSS) – which includes municipal seniors’ service providers and non-profit organizations – to deliver health promotion and prevention programming that supports seniors’ independence,

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