In this collaborative project, we serve seniors 75+ who come to us through our trained outreach volunteers or referred from hospitals, social workers, police, other agencies, family members, friends and many other sources. For more information click here.
Burnaby Neighbourhood House (BNH) has a long history of building and strengthening community with various programs and activities; inclusion of Seniors Together Program provided an important foundation to complete the circle of community involvement for all ages at BNH. It is the first program specifically designed for diverse seniors to engage, deepen the opportunities to work together to increase health, well-being, and creativity while building a collective vision for the neighbourhood. For instance, through a partnership with the Burnaby Seniors Outreach Society, the committee members are building skills to provide leadership to work together to decrease isolation and loneliness among older adults.
Seniors Together Program consist of physical, social, educational, and nutritional activities to support well-being of participants, prevent illnesses and diseases, and promote health. Most of our activities are volunteer-based and run by seniors for seniors. If you have skills and talents you would like to share with the community, please let us know.
Participants required to pay $5 yearly membership fee to take part in activities. Most programs are free of charge or by donation.
See this month’s activities at the South House here!
The program is located at 4460 Beresford Street.
Contact Eda Ertan, Seniors Together Program Supervisor at 604-437-0400 or email@example.com for questions or comments.
You can also visit our Seniors Mondays at the BNH North House, 4908 Hastings St. See the detailed program here.
This program is generously supported by:
Seniors Outreach Program aims to provide information and support seniors in connecting with community programs and services.
Outreach services include:
Seniors Outreach Ambassadors are a trained volunteers (55+) who have the role of reaching out to isolated seniors to help them connect with community programs and services that can improve their lives. Working with the Seniors Outreach Coordinator, volunteer ambassadors assist in supporting vulnerable and isolated seniors to access resources and make connections.
To participate in the Seniors Outreach Ambassador Program, or to make a referral call Elizabeth at 604 431-0400, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org