Annual Conference

Aging In Place
Meeting the needs of seniors at the various stages of their life!

May 17 & 18, 2011
Humboldt Uniplex
Highway #5
Humboldt, SK

In partnership with the Humboldt and District Seniors Association.

Keynote Dr. Michael Rachlis

  • A private consultant in health policy analysis
  • Noted speaker on ‘Health care and an aging population
  • Click Here for powerpoint presentation 1
  • Click Here for powerpoint presentation 2

Speakers

Roger Carriere, Executive Director
Community Care Branch, SK Health
Click Herefor presentation

Shan Landry, Vice President
Community Services, Saskatoon Health Region
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Proclamation

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2011

See our Summer edition of Gray Matters for the highlights of our 2011 conference!

A big thank you to Humboldt Senior Citizens Club and to all of our sponsors!

 

 

Highlights

Strategizing for Positive Aging in Saskatchewan

Full Report and Executive Summary available here

Housing Options in Saskatchewan

Celebrating Seniors

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