At the March Coalition meeting, the Age Friendly Team who have been meeting about the Priorities for Meaningful Change which came out of the Age Friendly Assessment and Action Plan created when the District and City of North Vancouver applied for an Age Friendly designation in the two municipalities, presented the following.
- • A quick history and overview of the Age Friendly process
- • A quick overview of the Age Friendly Assessment and Action Plan with the Priorities for Meaningful Change
- • An overview of the Age Friendly Teams process to date
- • Sheets which captured the eight priority areas. These sheets were used to hold an interactive session in order to prioritize the items and list what people felt was missing.
Next steps include collating the information and getting the report back to members at the May Coalition meeting for discussion about possible actions.
Annual General Meeting
Lionsview’s 25th Annual General Meeting will be held on May 16, 2016 at 2:30 at Delbrook in the Maple Room. The speaker will be Michael Geller, a well- known speaker on housing issues. Everyone welcome.
Highlights of the Services to Seniors January meeting
Our January Services to Seniors meeting agenda was jam packed with three presentations:
The first presenter, Renee Strong from Capilano Services Societies spoke about the Delbrook Lands Community Dialogue meeting to discuss the future of Delbrook. The potential use of the lands is of interest to Capilano Services and the 8 organizations who reside at Delbrook. They could potentially be moved to another site before relocating to their future permanent home at the new Lionsgate Community Centre in the Lower Capilano area. For continuing information about the consultation go to www.dnv.org/delbrooklands.
The second presenter was Kate Weiss from the newly formed Elder College Society. She spoke about the formation of the new Society, the courses being offered and the creation of a number of partner organizations who will host the classes. Click here to see her power point presentation.
The third presenter was Nancy Hollstedt from North Shore Community Services Society. She presented statistics on the One Stop program run out of the North Shore Community Resources Society. Click here to see her power point presentation.
Check out the Office of Seniors Advocate Presentation (Oct. 2015):
B.C.’s Seniors Advocate: Issues and Mandate (PDF)
Check out the Seniors Coalition section of our site.
Seniors Today Phase 3 Report is now available.
Click here to view a PDF version of the report
What’s happening on the North Shore?
Click here to view the Calendar of Events
Learn more about the Seniors Action Table (SAT) in your neighbourhood.
Click here to go to the SAT page
Read the latest Older & Wiser column by clicking here