Seniors in the Outaouais
English-speaking seniors are a vibrant and vital part of our regional demographic. In fact, the proportion of Anglophone seniors (aged 65 and over) population is significantly higher than the relative proportion in the Francophone majority population in the Outaouais. English-speaking seniors may face greater challenges navigating the health care system in French; however, seniors of both language groups may also face issues of isolation, lack of familiarity with changes in the system, or discomfort with the idea of using “remote” services such as Info-Santé to access health information.
- List of Social Groups for Outaouais Seniors
- Maintaining Seniors’ Independence: A Guide to Home Adaptations
- Preventing Falls at Home Brochure
- Heart Health
- How to Choose a Seniors’ Private Residence – Checklist
- Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
- Directory of Services for English-speaking Seniors – Information on support groups, food centres, legal aid, and other services to contact for local support.
- Federal and Provincial Programs and Services for Seniors – Information on government programs that support seniors.
- EDUCALOI – Explaining the Law in Plain Language – Educaloi explains Quebec and Canadian law through articles and videos on legal topics such as health, housing, and consumer rights, as well as issues of special interest to seniors. The section on Wills and Estates is especially helpful in financial planning and the writing of wills.