Navigator Training for Seniors Housing and Support Fall 2022

**We are at capacity for our fall training.  Please check back in the spring.**

Navigator Training is now offered virtually and is FREE

Our course is specially designed for individuals & organizations, supporting seniors who need
housing information and support in BC.

Enhance your skills and knowledge in navigating seniors’ housing options and facilitating access to community resources through guest speakers. Download our Brochure!

Class Content and More Information can be found here.

Deadline: September 7th, 2022 by 4:30pm

**Only 40 Spots Available**

September 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th, 2022 (4 Fridays) via Zoom

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

**Fall session is closed.**

Podcast Series: Friday with Seniors

Tune in! Every month Seniors Services Society of BC will be airing a podcast in a series called Fridays with Seniors hosted by Dr. Peter Legge from Canada Wide Media.

Each podcast will take a deep into the lives of seniors in BC, rooting out issues including housing, navigation of timely supports and services, mental wellness, emergency services, elder abuse, finances, taxes, and digital literacy.

SSSBC strives to enhance the life of every senior in BC.  Donate here if you would like to help us achieve our vision!
Missed a Podcast? Check out our Blog to catch up!

Next: Santa for Seniors 2022 Campaign
Special Guests:

Nipa Bhalla, Resource Development Officer, SSSBC
Christina Chisholm, Support Services Lead, SSSBC
Maggie Amirani, Agecare Harmony Court
Holly White, Heritage Office Furnishings

Air Date: November 4th, 2022

Every Month

Free

Seniors Housing Collaborative

The Seniors Housing Collaborative (SHC) is working to shift policy and practice so low-income seniors can age in the right place with appropriate services and strong networks. Since launching last fall, membership has grown to 20 people, including housing and service providers, municipal representatives, and six seniors with diverse perspectives on the rental landscape.

Their focus has been on identifying policy priorities to work on in the year(s) ahead. Over the course of three meetings, they homed in on two categories:

  • Service provision: Information, referral, outreach, and navigation; wraparound support; social connectivity; and housing transitions; and
  • Government housing policy: Accessibility, safety, and emergency response; housing supply; and housing quality

For more information, contact Mariam Larson, Collaborative Project Manager: mariaml@seniorsservicessociety.ca