Improving the quality of life for older Manitobans
February 19, 2021
Honour 150 – Award Recipient Pauline Shewchuk (100 years of age) is one of the Honour 150 award recipients for her volunteer contributions to A & O’s Connect Program.
December 24, 2020
The Winnipeg Police Service recognizes that the Covid 19 Pandemic has caused severe challenges across sectors affecting the health and safety of citizens.
December 7, 2020
Led by Dr. Kristin Reynolds, University of Manitoba and Brandon University Researchers have developed the CONNECT Program for Adults 65+
October 19, 2020
A & O: Support Services for Older Adults (A & O) is excited to be a partner of Home Instead’s Be A Santa to A Senior Program again this year. This year an exciting partnership with the online retailer Amazon will allow us to provide personalized gifts to older adults this holiday season.
Desperate Times, Heroic Measures
Circle back to Winnipeg a few months ago. Our community organizations were hard at work every day, delivering essential services and programs to thousands of Winnipeggers. There was never a slow day. The demand for services at these agencies was always high; the need was still there.