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SSM Conference 2023

via Zoom, May 17-18

SSM’s Annual Conference for 2023 will be held

May 17-18, 2023 via ZOOM.

Times are now available:

Wednesday, May 17, 9:00 – 3:30

Thursday, May 18, 9:30 – noon

Registration details in the right sidebar!

Click the image above to access the conference flyer PDF.

Pre-registration is required.

Registration fee is $20.00 per person.

Registration information is in the sidebar to the right.


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Sonia Hsiung, Director, Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing

Sonia Hsiung directs the Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing (CISP), a national hub anchored within the Canadian Red Cross dedicated to bringing people, practices and research together towards integrating health and social care with focus on equity, community leadership and collaboration. Previously, Sonia led several initiatives with comprehensive primary health care teams in Ontario, including Canada’s first social prescribing research project called Rx: Community, a separate social prescribing initiative focused on older adults, and a vaccine outreach and promotion project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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Bobbi Symes, Better at Home BC

Bobbi Symes, MA, CPG, is the Assistant Director, Healthy Aging at United Way British Columbia. Bobbi’s portfolio includes overseeing the evaluation, learning and quality assurance of programs within the Healthy Aging department. In particular, Bobbi leads the Social Prescribing initiative that includes 19 programs in BC. Bobbi has extensive experience in research and program management specializing in the areas of population health, injury prevention and older adults. One of the programs is Better at Home BC. Find their website at this link.

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Camille J. Hannah, Better at Home BC

Camille J. Hannah is the Provincial Coordinator for Healthy Aging at United Way British Columbia, an organization she has had the privilege to partner with for the last 11 years. In her role as provincial Better at Home portfolio lead, Camille bridges the non-medical needs of older adults living in B.C.’s communities with quality, place-based programs and services, helping to keep seniors living in their own homes for longer.

Additionally, Camille has a long history in project and operations management and many years of experience in communications with diverse stakeholder groups. Proudly holding her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, she is a trusted and reliable champion of the integrated standards and methodologies of all Healthy Aging initiatives.

Camille continues to be curious about how her skills can enrich the lives of people and communities.


See who will be sharing their real-life stories and experiences at the Conference!

You’re not going to want to miss this event.

Click the image above to access the Agenda PDF.


Note: Logos are live hyperlinks that will take you to the sponsor’s website.


There are three logos featured for our Gold sponsor, CAA Saskatchewan. Each logo has a different hyperlink, to take you to that section of CAA’s website.



Preregistration is required.

Registration fee $20.00 per person.

See sidebar to the right for details of how to register.

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We ask that each participant register with their name and email address. Please ensure that information is included on whichever payment option you choose.

We will send the Zoom link and any other information to the registered email address.

Registration fee is $20/person.


For Interac e-transfer, please email


To pay by cheque, make cheque out to

Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

and mail to the address in the footer.

Be sure to include your email address!