HAMILTON, ON – Residents are invited to complete the Aging in Hamilton Survey to help identify the needs, priorities and challenges facing older adults and seniors.
Survey feedback will help inform the development of Hamilton’s Age Friendly Plan 2020-2025, being developed by the City of Hamilton in partnership with the Hamilton Council on Aging and the Seniors Advisory Committee of Council.
HAMILTON, ON - Oral health is linked to overall health and is an important health issue for seniors. This is why the City of Hamilton is pleased to receive an investment of $2.2 million from the Ontario government for local implementation of the new Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program.
The goal of the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program is to help reduce unnecessary trips to the hospital, prevent chronic disease, and increase quality of life for seniors.
HAMILTON, ON - May 16, 2017 - June is Seniors Month and to commemorate there will be a variety of activities and events during the month of June to celebrate and recognize seniors in the community.
The public is invited to attend the Seniors Month kick-off event on May 29, 2017. This free event offers refreshments, workshops, exhibits and live entertainment.