Seniors live healthy, active, connected lives
in their communities
What's New?
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NEW WEBINAR
SERIES

We're launching a new webinar series to support older adults to learn more about their health.

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We have supported over 36,000 older adults to become active and connected. 

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PARTNER WITH US

Partners are critical to the success of our work. Learn if there are opportunities for your seniors-serving organization.

DISCOVER OUR
IMPACT

What people are saying

"[The Active Aging Society's Choose to Move program] is a regular meet-up [that] encourages commitment.  It also allows for sharing of information and resources...and in the future, after Covid, an increased social circle."

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– CHOOSE TO MOVE PARTICIPANT

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"One individual just retired and shared with me that [Choose to Move] has helped him tremendously. He has found the motivation and knowledge to keep himself active for life as he moves into this new stage."

– CHOOSE TO MOVE ACTIVITY COACH

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

The Active Aging Society acknowledges that our offices are on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples– the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh & Musqueam First Nations.

As uninvited settlers and guests on this land, we commit to learning and unlearning in support of reconciliation and to acknowledge the past and ongoing injustices to Indigenous peoples.

The Society’s activities take place on Indigenous lands throughout British Columbia. We ask all visitors to our website, and our partners and collaborators to please take the time to learn about the Indigenous territories, languages and communities where they live: First Peoples’ Map of B.C. native-land.ca.