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Five outstanding Islanders have been named 2018’s Senior Islanders of the Year for their contributions to Island communities. Grace Blackette, Evelyn Jenkins, Kaye Larkin, Ann Sherman, and Fairley Yeo received their awards in Summerside today from Family and Human Services Minister Tina Mundy and...
For seniors targeted by fraud artists, Scott Lundrigan has some important advice. “Don’t blame yourselves when these people come after you,” said Lundrigan, Prince Edward Island’s Crime Stoppers Program coordinator. “They don’t pick victims personally because the victim is naive. They’re literally...
Organizations and communities that work to improve the lives of Island seniors can now apply for provincial government funding. Applications are being accepted until July 27 for the annual PEI Seniors’ Secretariat grants at www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/family-and-human-services/seniors-...
Nominations for the annual Senior Islanders of the Year awards are being accepted until July 20. The annual awards recognize the significant contributions of Island seniors in community life including: volunteerism, artistic achievement, fund raising, community participation, career achievements,...
Age discrimination or ageism occurs when people are discriminated against because of their age., It’s ok to be young. It’s ok to be older., Ageism affects us all – young and old, men and women. Negative attitudes and stereotypes about aging are deeply rooted in our culture television and movies,...
The PEI Seniors’ Secretariat is inviting organizations and community groups who are seeking the opportunity to undertake activities which align with the Secretariat’s priority areas of action to submit a proposal for funding.
Senior's Secretariat Community Grant Application Form 2018