University of Regina Justice Studies Class Project

Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism was part of a very exciting project with Professor Gloria DeSantis and her University of Regina Justice Studies Class on Nonprofit Sector Leadership & Innovation.  Professor DeSantis chooses a community based organization for her class to work with and we were fortunate she chose SSM. Our involvement included working with Professor Gloria DeSantis to choose and describe 5 issues of importance to SSM.  Her class came to our office to meet with 10 senior volunteers to discuss the issues.  The class then developed strategies and returned to present them.

These terrific presentations are, with the students’ permission, now available.
Affordable Assisted Care Homes
Extended Home Care Services
Older Adult Abuse Hotline
Pharmacare
Public Transportation between Communities and the Closure of STC

 

Highlights

Strategizing for Positive Aging in Saskatchewan

Full Report and Executive Summary available here

Housing Options in Saskatchewan

Celebrating Seniors

SSM News

SSM Office Closed from March 16th until April 1st

COVID-19 IS ACTIVE AND PRESENT IN SASKATCHEWAN. SSM is heeding the advice and recommendations of health professionals and has cancelled or postponed all face to face meetings and events until at least the end of March, when we will evaluate the necessity of continued...

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Being Age-Friendly in the time of COVID-19

Being Age-Friendly in the time of COVID-19

10 Ways We Can Be Age-Friendly in the Time of COVID-19 (Taken from the Age-Friendly Newsletter written by Catherine Barnsley) “It is March 19, 2020 and 9:30 AM in our small Saskatchewan town. I have just returned home from grocery shopping for my household and three...

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Physical Distancing & Social Inclusion

SSM is very concerned about all older adults during this difficult time. We hope that all older people are considering themselves and others as they “physically distance” from other people, referred to nationally as "social distancing" and even further,...

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