Toronto Council on Aging and Toronto Public Library Presents Age Friendly City : The Amazing Race! Come join us for “high adventure on the world stage” It’s an international competition of cities for the classification of (best) Age Friendly City! It’s all about Community and Culture ….with a big C! It’s inter-generational with all age […]Read More →
Volunteer as an Age-Friendly Ambassador
Do you feel passionately about promoting age-friendly communities?
Volunteer as an Age-Friendly Ambassador helping local businesses improve service to older adults and become more age inclusive!
- Learn about the age-friendly approach
- Help local businesses identify ways to better serve older adults through audit and feedback
- Share ideas and come up with solutions for better customer service
- Contribute to your thriving local community
- Work in pairs with a friend or meet new people
A 2-hour information and training session will be held at 4 different locations across Toronto. Light refreshments will be served!
For more information or to become an Age-Friendly Ambassador:
Phone: (416) 630-7000
North Toronto and Leaside Resources for Older Adults – Brochure
The 2019 Resource Brochure is one that is full of programs that help:
••• Community members build rich, full lives •••
••• Celebrate friendships, recreation, and the arts •••
••• Foster lifelong learning and volunteering •••
••• Open the door to smart phones, computers and other technologies •••
••• Promote health and wellness •••
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AGE-FRIENDLY TORONTO A COMMUNITY BASED PERSPECTIVE As reported in the last newsletter the Toronto Council on Aging obtained a 3 year Trillium grant to work with the City of Toronto at the “neighbourhood level” to help Toronto gain WHO (World Health Organization) status as an “Age Friendly City”. This project complements the Toronto Senior’s Strategy […]Read More →
Engaging in leadership and education Age-Friendly Toronto A Community Pilot Project Project Overview The Toronto Council on Aging (TCA) has obtained a three-year grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to initiate pilot projects that will enhance “Age-Friendliness” at a neighborhood level. The purpose is to foster more inclusive, accessible, enabling, and supportive communities. The project […]Read More →