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Seniors' health

Here are some related topics for seniors:

Seven numbers every senior needs 

Download and print these important phone numbers for seniors 

Seniors care is a partnership

Learn how seniors and their families can work with health professionals to improve their chance of recovery from illness.

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Resources

  • Ability411 - Answers questions and provides practical information about technologies, tools and equipment that increase independence and well-being for BC seniors, and support their families and care teams.
  • Seniors' health on HealthLink BC - Find health information or search their directory for services

  • Call 8-1-1 - Free, 24-hour non-emergency telephone service by HealthLink BC can help you search for services or answer health-related questions. There are trained registered nurses, pharmacists and dieticians and translation services available in over 130 lanugages.

  • bc211 - Helps connect you to programs and services in your community. It is free, confidential and available 24/7 in over 150 languages. You can call, text or chat. 

  • Richmond Senior Resource List - Information of non-medical and social support services for seniors living in Richmond. The list is not all inclusive and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by VCH or its staff. Other satisfactory resources may be available but do not appear iin the list. 

  • Seniors on Healthy Families BC

  • Seniors BC - Provides information about government programs and services for older adults. One place to go to find all the information you need to plan for and live a healthy, active aging lifestyle.

  • BC Seniors' Guide is a book-style compilation of information and resources to help us all plan for and live a healthy lifestyle as we age.


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