Programs, services and resources to help care for seniors.
Answer a few simple questions and we'll point you to resources that can help people in your situation -- from staying healthy, to help with household tasks, to nursing support, to long term care.
Get information on adult abuse and neglect, signs and symptoms, and how you can get help.
Planning in advance for your health helps make sure you get the care that’s right for you now and in the future.
Get information and resources on age-related hearing loss, also known as presbycusis.
Housing, hospitality and personal care services to seniors and people with disabilities who are no longer able to live at home independently.
Information for adults and seniors on healthy eating and nutrition
Delirium is a sudden change in the way a person thinks or acts.
Dementia is an umbrella-term for symptoms including memory loss and problems with thinking, problem solving or language. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common disease to cause dementia.
Learn how to keep your driving skills sharp and get information on medical and driving assessments.
Falling can cause injury, loss of mobility and independence. Get information on how you can prevent falls.
Information on how to handle financial and legal matters as you age.
Healthy aging means investing time, energy and attention into good health habits and positive lifestyle changes that can contribute to overall wellness. It is important to stay fit – body and mind, to help us age well, delay frailty and prevent illness.
A range of at-home and community services to people who have acute, chronic, palliative or rehabilitative health care needs.
Home support services focus on helping people with physical limitations manage activities of daily living.
Keeping up-to-date with your immunizations is important to staying healthy as you get older
As physical exercise contributes to physical health, learning contributes to mental and emotional wellness.
Mental health consultation, assessment, psychiatric treatment and support to adults 65 years and older.
Support for adults who are 65 and older and their loved ones who are concerned about substance use.
Get information on how to find affordable oral care and resources on how to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
A home with 24-hour professional nursing services for those with complex care needs.
Share your knowledge and passion – volunteer. Staying active, contributing to your community and making social connections are just a few of the benefits of volunteering.
Screening tests can help prevent illness and promote healthy aging.
A what, where, and how to access guide to Fraser Health and community-based services to help seniors remain independent.
Important phone numbers every senior should have at home.
Get materials to promote our web resource fraserhealth.ca/seniors.