Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism is an umbrella organization that brings together diverse groups for the betterment of SK seniors. Our current members are from throughout the province and represent specific seniors’ interests. Collectively, these groups represent upwards fo 100,000 seniors. SSM’s Board of Directors consists of 12 elected members plus the past president.
There are two categories available:
- Member Organization
- Supporter of SSM
Only incorporated organizations can become members of the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism. Individuals cannot. Please review our Membership Requirements.
Should your organization meet our membership requirements, and is interested in joining with us to improve the quality of life for SK seniors, please see our Membership Application.
Supporters of SSM
'Supporters of SSM' is open to any group or organization whose membership is interested in supporting and advancing the interests of seniors. 'Supporters of SSM' may participate in activities of SSM but have no vote. If you are interested in joining, please see our Supporters Application.
For Membership/Supporter Brochure Click Here
Reducing Isolation of Seniors Collective
Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program
New! An Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program is being introduced in Saskatchewan.
Seniors Strategy for Saskatchewan
Forums/focus groups planned for various communities in Saskatchewan.
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. ...read more
SSM is very excited to announce that CAA Saskatchewan is our Platinum Sponsor for the 2018 Celebrating Seniors. A big thanks to them!read more
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...read more