Useful Links when Aging at Home

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Als Society of NB and NSThe ALS Society of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia is here to help you cope with both the physical and emotional challenges you will face as someone living with ALS (or a caregiver or family member). At the ALS Society our philosophy is to help people (and their families) focus on the LIVING with ALS through care, information, and support.

Alz Society NSThe Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia is the leading not-for-profit health organization working  to improve the quality of life for Nova Scotians affected by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias and advance the search for the cause and cure.

 

HRMFRCThe Halifax & Region MFRC works to promote health and social well-being of individuals, families and communities who share the unique experience of military life.

 

 

Health Association Nova Scotia is a membership driven association of health and community services organizations spanning the full health continuum in Nova Scotia.

 

positive-aging-directory_iconThe Positive Aging Directory is a comprehensive information directory published each year by the Department of Seniors to give Nova Scotia’s seniors quick and easy access to the many programs and services for seniors in our province.

also serves as an essential information source for those who work with seniors, many of whom work in partnership with the Department to ensure listings in the directory are accurate and up-to-date.

The St. Margaret’s Bay Seniors Association is a not for profit registered society whose purpose is to provide housing and accommodation options and assistance for seniors; to research and represent the interests of seniors living in the greater St. Margaret’s Bay area; and, to promote and participate in the development of wellness living for seniors in the area.

veterans affairsVeterans Affairs Canada is a department of the federal government that provides benefits, including health care coverage to Canadian military veterans and their families.