Useful Information

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Stayhome-Living
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CRA Webinars in July and August
Canada Revenue Agency is hosting live webinar series in July and August. For more information and registration please follow the link below:

https://canada.webex.com/canada/onstage/g.php?PRID=4f1473dfdd206ba0967b78ce55fe4326

 

Helpful Information for Seniors

(Please click on the links below to view the various programs to help seniors.)

Telus Programs for Seniors

Mobility for Good   (Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Internet connection for Low-income

Telus Programs for Seniors with Disabilities

Tech for Good
Internet for Good


BC Recovery Benefit

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/economic-recovery/recovery-benefit#when-apply

 

Falls Prevention Week Tips

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Medication Reviews tip   Make Home Safer tips  

Strength and Balance Training tips

 

Are you a Senior in Burnaby Who Needs Help?

Some useful numbers and links for seniors in Burnaby who need help during these challenging times.

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Resources for Burnaby Seniors

Poster in other languages:

Arabic   Chinese Traditional   Chinese Simplified   Farsi   Hindi   Korean   Punjabi   Spanish   Tagalog

 

Form Completion Program

Burnaby Community Services (BCS) is now offering a Form Completion Program service for persons with low income.

Forms they can help with:

  • Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
  • Old Age Security (OAS)
  • Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
  • Fair Pharmacare
  • Medical Services Plan (MSP)
  • Bus Pass Applications
  • SAFER Applications.


Please call 604-299-5778 for an appointment

Location:
Brentwood Community Resource Centre,
2055 Rosser Avenue, Burnaby, BC

 

Alzheimer’s Care Grant Program

The Alzheimer’s Care grant Program is open to any family in the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec). Throughout the life of this program, grants for in-home care services will be awarded on an on-going basis to families living with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia.

The Hilarity for Charity team knows how important free resources are for families and works closely with the Alzheimer’s Association and the Home Instead Senior Care network to provide families access and guidance to available care and support programs and resources.

For information and to apply visit www.helpforalzheimersfamilies.ca.