Life at Canterbury for me is retiring with dignity for body, mind and soul.
- Canterbury Resident
Information on social based programs & services offered by the Alberta Government
Alberta Health is responsible for publicly funded continuing care health services and has developed the Continuing Care Health Service Standards.
The purpose of the accommodation standards is to ensure that all supportive living accommodations maintain a high quality of accommodation services that promote the safety, security and quality of life for Albertans living in those accommodations.
Supportive living serves the needs of a wide range of individuals. Residents in a supportive living setting can range from seniors who require support services due to age, chronic conditions and frailty to young adults with mental health or physical disabilities.
"Keeping quality and dignity in the forefront for Albertans in Continuing Care"
Information on Elder Abuse, intervention, Edmonton's Seniors' safe housing, seniors' abuse helpline and more.
Offering support, information and education cognitive health conditions.
Providing industry-specific health and safety training to the Alberta continuing care sector.
Promoting the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Supporting ASCHA members in creating and maintaining vibrant seniors housing for Albertans.
A forum for seniors' housing providers to share best practises and explore better delivery options with peers and government.
"Improving the lives of Older Albertans"
"Inspiring & supporting seniors to be the best they can be."
This information is directed towards the community and, more specifically, seniors and their care givers in recognizing elder abuse, safety concerns, frauds and scams.
A guide to income support, housing, community & government agencies, transportation and recreation services, safety and security informaiton and more!
Learn about the Adult Guardianship Act that provides options and safeguards to protect vulnerable adults over the age of 18 years who may want assistance or are no longer able to make all of their own personal and financial decisions.
The Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta is responsible for advising the province on matters relating to Alberta’s seniors. It is a government appointed body that reports through the Minister of Seniors.