Ontario is recognizing 20 outstanding seniors for their significant contributions to their communities and the province.
October 30, 2014
Seniors and people with disabilities are most vulnerable when it comes to fire.
If you are considering a care, long-term care or retirement home in Ontario for yourself, a relative, or a friend, there are some important questions to ask the operators of these facilities. The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management has developed a fire safety card to help you when choosing a facility.
November 4, 2014
Nov. 4, 2014: Minister Sergio joins Gale Carey, CEO, Alzheimer Society of Ontario (far Right), and representatives from several local Alzheimer Societies across the province at the Finding Your Way (wandering prevention) Partnership Educational Event in Mississauga.
Learn about new protections for retirement home residents and how to report abuse in a retirement home.
Health and Wellness
Learn about resources to help you eat healthy, find a doctor or access health services in your community.
Seniors' Care: Home, Community and Residential Care Services for Seniors
If you are looking for care, this website is a great place to start.
Find resources to help you file your taxes, apply for benefits, manage debt and more.
Abuse comes in many forms. Learn how to spot the signs of abuse and where you can go to get help.
Ontario Drug Benefit Program
Learn how to get help to cover the cost of prescription drugs, including what’s covered and who’s eligible.