Japanese Social Services is very pleased to announce they teamed up with Momiji Health Care Society to apply for the Seniors Community Grant Program 2017-2018 offered by the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat and were successful in obtaining funding. The money will be used to offer two external information sessions (and one internal) within Toronto concerning the safety issues that seniors face. This is the first time these two organizations have worked together in this way. We really appreciate OSS’s monetary support and we look forward to bringing you this high quality program.
< Lunch’n Learn with the Wynford Seniors Club, Oct 4 >
The first information session, Lunch’n Learn with the Wynford Seniors Club, is a special meeting of the Hot Lunch program and will be held on Wednesday October 4th, 2017 at the Japanese Canadian Culture Centre from 11am to 1:30pm. You will be able to listen to the presentation, “Keeping Yourself Safe as an Older Person” then enjoy a tasty meal of sushi and miso soup. Professionals who have been dealing with the issues elderly people and caregivers face will be on hand to answer any questions you might have, as well as a translator so that everyone’s concerns can be understood. JSS social workers and counsellors will also be available to point you in the direction of further information, resources and services should you have a need.
This information session is available to anyone who would like to participate, however space is limited and will be restricted to those who have registered in advance. Please contact Chie, the Community Outreach Coordinator for the JSS at (416) 385-9200 or email@example.com for more information and to register. Special thanks to Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre for their generous support.
< Seniors Conference – A Day of Learning, Oct 14 >
The second information session, Seniors Conference – A Day of Learning will be held on Saturday October 14th, 2017 at Momiji Health Care Society from 11am to 3:30pm. After the opening remarks, there will be a presentation, “Keeping Safe as an Older Person” followed by a break for a light lunch with entertainment. In the afternoon, you can choose two formal seminars to attend, in the language of your choice.
Various community agencies such as Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), geriatric nurses, estate lawyers, physiotherapists, the Alzheimer’s Society and the Mount Sinai Health Team will provide talks on such topics as How to Connect with Community Resources; Managing life with Arthritis and Osteoporosis; What you need to know about Power of Attorneys and Will; Home Exercise; Understanding the risk factors for dementia and maintaining a healthy brain and How to access online information, community and support.
This information session is available to anyone who would like to participate. Please contact Keiko Hoshi at (416) 261-6683 ext 249 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.
Special thanks to Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat for their generous grant to cover the costs of the booklet translation and these information sessions.
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