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Nomination form for the PEI Senior Islanders of the Year. This award is presented to older adults who have made significant contributions to Island life as a volunteer, artist or musician, community organizer, business person, teacher, sports player or coach or for other activities.
Many Prince Edward Island grandparents are the primary caregivers for their grandchildren. Although emotionally rewarding, parenting a grandchild can be challenging. Some grandparents may feel isolated, uncertain, or stressed. Many grandparents may also experience financial difficulties. If you...
A quick survey on Ageism Awareness to see how age aware you are.
If you are ready to take action, then here are eight positive steps that you can take to show more respect for people of all ages:
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is a day to share information, learn more, discuss the issue of abuse of older adults, and become involved. These fact sheets provide information on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and what are some of the ways Canadians elders are abused.
Con artists use your strengths against you. They target seniors because you are the anchors of your families. You are perceived as responsible and financially stable. Be savvy about phone fraud: Spot it. Stop it.
Con artists use your strengths against you. They target seniors because you are perceived as trusting, well mannered, and financially comfortable. Be savvy about fraud in the home: Spot it. Stop it.
Con artists use your strengths against you. They target seniors because of your openness, generosity, and community leadership. Be savvy about fraud in the community: Spot it. Stop it.