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Long Covid
Self-Management Group

Why participate?
To connect with and learn from others living with long covid
To learn new skills to manage your symptoms and lessen their impact on your
everyday life
To learn strategies and feel more confident in managing your health

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ZOOM SUPPORT MEETING - UNDERSTANDING AND COPING WITH TINNITUS

 

 

Topic: AN OVERVIEW OF TINNUTIS BASED ON A POWERPOINT PREPARED BY RANDY HOREL, FOUNDER MANITOBA TINNITUS SUPPORT GROUP

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Reimagine Aging

We live in a very youth-oriented society. People are constantly bombarded by messages that celebrate youth and are negative about aging and older people. This program will help you reimagine your own aging and discover your own value in older adulthood. This program hopes to provide you with an opportunity to learn and discuss these negative messages about aging, how they might affect you or others, and how you might challenge them. We hope that your participation in this program will result in positive changes in how you think about your own aging and aging in general.

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Transcona Retired Citizens Organization

A place to have fun, play games, get active and meet friends

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Senior Scope

Senior Scope offers useful and entertaining information with a focus on active, inspiring individuals, 55 and over.

It is available at over 700 locations in Winnipeg and rural Manitoba including 55 plus centres, public libraries, the legislature, various grocers, hospitals, clinics, restaurants, malls, personal care homes, and popular tourist destinations such as The Forks, 55 plus/senior complexes, etc.

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Shopping for Seniors

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Affordable Services for Adults 55+

 A Home Maintenance referral service provided by  

 the Good Neighbours Active Living Centre.

 Click on the PDF to find out how they can help.

Transcona Seniors Resource Council is a non-profit information and referral hub connecting older adults with community resources to assist them in daily living.

 

 

 

HOW WE SERVE:

  • TCS community meal program for 55+

  • Presentations on  a wide variety of health topics and wellness clinics sponsored by the Transcona Council for Seniors Inc. in cooperation with Health Agencies 

  • Exercise classes to support and encourage older adults to embrace an active lifestyle

  • A transportation program for those eligible seniors who are otherwise unable to find transportation to doctors appointments

  • Emergency Response Information Kit (E.R.I.K.) distribution

  • Community information referral service, referring seniors to social services and programs available through health, educational, cultural and recreational resources in Manitoba

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