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Diabetes Program - Aim 4 Health  (LiveWell)

LiveWell with Diabetes 

First Step Program

Fitness Food Fun

Preventing Diabetes and Heart Disease


Cardiac Program (LiveWell)

First Step Program

Preventing Diabetes and Heart Disease


Heart Healthy Nutrition (LiveWell)

Self Management

LiveWell with Chronic Conditions

LiveWell with Chronic Pain


Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program (LiveWell)

Other Community Programs

Saskatoon Council on Aging (SCOA)

Lifelong Learning Programs:

SCOA offers a variety of lifelong learning opportunities for older adults. We regularly offer art and computer classes at an affordable price, and we offer a variety of educational workshops.

Century Club: An association of older adults who have reached the age of 90 years or older. We meet six times a year, provide free transportation and entertainment, and have a regular newsletter that members receive. Plus, members can add their stories to our Memory Book and receive a free copy of this book upon becoming a member.

Caregiver Information and Support: This program provides resources, support and education to caregivers to prolong the independence and dignity of older adults. Resources are available in our office, online at, or by phone at 652-4411. We have multiple educational workshops throughout the year for caregivers.

Bus Buddy Pilot Project: Volunteer Bus Buddies are available to teach older adults how to use the Saskatoon Transit system. Learn how to plan your route, get on and off the bus, how to pay and much more. The best part is... it's free!

MenTorship: Supporting independence for older adults who are caring for a spouse or have recently lost a spouse through educational programs. Men's cooking classes and Women's 'On My Own' workshops prolong independence through learning and developing new life skills.

A Free Wellness Clinic is held on the first Tuesday of every month from 9:00-12:00 at SCOA's . Get your blood pressure checked by a retired nurse, and visit our 'Ask a Pharmacist' and 'Ask a Nurse' stations with your medication and health related questions. And of course, coffee, cookies and visiting to follow.

Drop In Program: A free program held September to June, on every third Wednesday of the month from 2:00-3:30. Entertainment, education and socialization are all available. We also plan bus trips to nearby locations!

Saskatoon Council on Aging's Resource Centre: The Saskatoon Council on Aging has been operating a resource centre for older adults and caregivers for over 21 years! Our knowledgeable staff and volunteers can help you find the information you need to take home with you, and refer you to the proper organizations. We have a variety of resources on many topics including:

  • Health Nutrition Housing and Home Support
  • Legal Financial Directory of Services for Older
  • Adults Caregiver Resources SCOA program and services

Over the Phone or Website Resources: You can call in to 306-652-2255 and a volunteer or staff member can provide over- the- phone referrals and resources. Caregivers can call our caregiver phone line at 306-652-4411 for information and referrals.

Last Modified: Tuesday, April 2, 2019 |
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