With roots that trace back to 1957, the focus of A & O: Support Services for Older Adults’ operations is identifying and addressing many of the issues facing older adults. Hand in hand with older adults, and through partnerships with community groups, the Agency takes action to improve the quality of life for older adults in Manitoba through advocacy, education and service delivery.

 

A & O strives to involve older adults in decision-making. Their expertise is an important contribution to building a healthy community in which older adults play a vital role.

Our pillars, Safety & Security, Social Engagement, and Counselling, were selected to identify the most important issues and areas of opportunity affecting older adults. Through offering these innovative programs and services, A & O is able to continue enhancing the quality of life for older Manitobans.

 

Improving the quality of life for older Manitobans

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Featured Stories & Events

 
November 29, 2019

Be A Santa To A Senior

The holiday season is a time of celebration, however for isolated and vulnerable older adults it can be a very trying time. Last holiday season A & O delivered over 6000 gifts to socially isolated and/or in-need older adults who might not have otherwise received a gift.
May 29, 2019

Charlie’s Story

Charlie had always liked to collect things and didn’t particularly like to throw anything away, but after these losses Charlie’s Hoarding Behaviour intensified. Charlie isolated himself from friends and family and his home became unsafe.
February 14, 2019

Ageism: An Awareness Event

Join A & O: Support Services for Older Adults on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights to examine the issue of ageism from legal, medical, and societal perspectives. It is time to say NO to ageism and YES to aging well!
January 8, 2019

Faith, Hope, and the Future

When the Eritrean couple came to register in our program Mihret, 59, was not able to communicate in English at all, although she was able to say her name and the country that she came from. Habtegabr, 65, was able to answer basic questions related to his personal experience. He was on crutches.
 

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