Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

Seniors Working Together

Welcome to Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism (SSM) is a non-profit, volunteer organization.  It acts as an umbrella to bring together Saskatchewan seniors’ organizations to contribute to a better quality of life for our province’s older adults.

About Sask Seniors Mechanism

Formed in 1990, the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism office is located in downtown Regina. Learn about our mission and vision. View our history or see who our staff are.

Become a Member/Supporter!

Our current members are from throughout the province and represent specific seniors’ interests.  Collectively, these groups represent upwards of 100,000 seniors.

Gray Matters

Gray Matters is published 4 times per year.

  • January
  • April
  • July
  • October

Events Calendar

If you wish to support SSM, please click donation button.  Any donation over $15.00 will receive a charitable receipt.




Highlights

Reducing Isolation of Seniors Collective

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Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program

New! An Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program is being introduced in Saskatchewan.

 

Recognition Program

Seniors Strategy for Saskatchewan

Forums/focus groups planned for various communities in Saskatchewan.

More Info

SSM News

Media & Ageism

Linda Anderson, staff person at SSM, was interviewed about media and ageism on CBC Radio's The Story From Here. Listen to her excellent insights by going to the 8:00 minute mark of the program.  You will need to copy and paste this address. ...

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Celebrating Seniors 2018

SSM is very excited to announce that CAA Saskatchewan is our Platinum Sponsor for the 2018 Celebrating Seniors.  A big thanks to them!    

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New! Age-Friendly Recognition Program

SSM is very excited to be working with the Government of Saskatchewan to facilitate an Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program. This program is being introduced in Saskatchewan to recognize communities that undertake activities or create programming to be more...

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