We look forward to being part of your journey in managing your health and aging well. Patients receive a complete geriatric health assessment, have access to programs and services, and get coordinated care from a unified health team.
Live Your Best Life!
The Seniors’ Community Hub is a new program designed to help patients 65+ live optimally in their senior years, by proactively managing their health and providing the proper care and services suited to their needs.
What to Expect
Our team is made up of doctors, nurses and pharmacists who are specialized in providing senior’s care. We will work with you to set health goals that are meaningful to you and link you to the right supports to help achieve your goals. Because we take a wholistic approach, assessments can be lengthy and sometimes done over more than one session. Parts of our assessment are conducted over the phone or computer and in person at our clinic.
Click images below to view our Seniors’ Community Hub brochure:
How to Request an Appointment
Ask your family doctor for a referral to this program.
(Please note: your doctor MUST be a physician partnered with this PCN. You can see a list of our doctors and clinics on our Find a Doctor page here.)
Resources for Seniors
The knowledge hub for community-based organizations that serve seniors in Alberta. You fill find links to and information about groups, community programs, training, and resources such as toolkits and guides.
|Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton (SAGE)
Provides services for older adults that promote socialization and learning new skills and enhance safety of those who are isolated,
|Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC)
Compilation of resources for seniors in Edmonton for the following areas: transportation, social isolation, health, caregiving, elder abuse, financial & legal, housing, diversity, demographics, and age-friendly. Has updated COVID-19 information, volunteer opportunities, and a list of seniors centres in Edmonton.
|Falls Prevention Guide
Alberta Health Services and Covenant Health
|Simple Home Exercises
Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging
|Everyday Exercises for Older Adults
Finding Balance Alberta, Injury Prevention Centre
Information and template from the Government of Alberta.
|Enduring Power of Attorney
Information from the Government of Alberta.
|Edmonton Community Legal Centre
Provides free legal information and advice to low and moderate income people in the Edmonton area, including help for completing wills, Enduring Power of Attorney.
|Pro-Bono Students of Canada Wills Project
The PBSC Wills Project helps people who cannot afford a lawyer to make wills and powers of attorney for their property and their personal care. Eligible clients work with University of Alberta law students who are supervised by lawyers. (Please note: This is an appointment based Clinic, and space is very limited.)
In order to qualify for the PBSC Wills Project, individuals/ couples must:
This project CANNOT assist individuals/ couples who:
To book an appointment, email email@example.com or call 780-492-8287.
|Guardianship & Trusteeship
General information from the Government of Alberta.
SAGE (Seniors’ Association of Greater Edmonton) provides guidance and support to complete guardianship/trusteeship application forms as this process can be overwhelming.
Information Session, Tip Sheet, Resource List: mysage.ca/help/guardianship-co-decision-making/information-sessions
|Goals of Care
General information about the different designations from the Government of Alberta.
|Advance Care Planning: Should I Receive CPR and Life Support?
Provides information about CPR and life support, compares options, and poses questions to consider when making this decision.
|Directory of Senior Services 2019-2020
Everything you might want to know about services and resources for seniors in Greater Edmonton. This annual directory includes resources for Elder Abuse, Estate Planning, Housing, and Seniors’ Centres.
Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton (SAGE)
|A Guide to Mobility & Independence 10th Edition 2020
A comprehensive listing of essential services and transportation providers in Edmonton and outlying communities.
Medically At Risk Driver Centre (MARD)
|RECREATION & WELLNESS DIRECTORY FOR OLDER ADULTS 2019-2020
Outlines arts, fitness, technology, health, social, and recreational activities for adults 55+ in the Edmonton area.
Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC)
To download or request a physical copy: seniorscouncil.net/recreation-directory
Direct link to download: seniorscouncil.net/uploads/files/ESCC-RecreationWellnessDirectory-2019.pdf
|LIST OF EDMONTON SENIORS’ CENTRES & CONTACT INFORMATION
Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC)
|SENIORS’ CENTRE WITHOUT WALLS PROGRAM
A free phone-based program that offers a variety of interactive health and well-being information sessions, recreational activities, and friendly conversation. Provides opportunities to socialize, learn new skills and stay connected from the comfort of your own home. Programs include games, exercise classes, meditation and mindfulness, nutrition, book clubs, coffee chats, and more.
Edmonton South Primary Care Network
|Senior Health Information and Tools by MyHealth Alberta
Information for seniors about health topics including chronic pain, hearing loss, osteoarthritis, sexuality and physical changes with aging, and exploring advance care planning (ex. Should I receive CPR and life support?).
|Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops 2020
Free workshop series (six 2 ½ hour sessions) for those who have a chronic condition(s) to increase their confidence and learn new skills to better manage their health condition(s) in order to enjoy a better quality of life. Support persons are also welcome to register and attend.
Alberta Health Services
|Brain Health Education Series
Asante Café by Alzheimer Society
|Resources for Living with Arthritis
|Home Supports Program
Get access to pre-screened service providers who are vetted and is ready to assist older adults in Edmonton at affordable rates. Referrals are provided to Service Providers for the following services:
|Alberta Health Services Home Care
Did you know you can refer yourself or your family member for Home Care services? They can help you with daily tasks like taking medications and personal care and assessing your need for equipment in the home or for a move to a supportive living environment.
Alberta Health Services
Various programs and services with the goal of caring for those who provide care for their loved one(s), such as 1-on-1 support from the Caregiver Advisor, online workshops, and caregiver support groups.
|Alzheimer Society Alberta & Northwest Territories
Support, resources, and education for those experiencing memory loss and for those close to them (ex. Caregiver, family member, friend). Not limited to those with an Alzheimer diagnosis.
|Family Caregiver Wellness Workshops