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- Age Friendly in FocusAge Friendly in Focus: Understanding access and inclusion for older adults in the built environment. Older adults 65+ in Nova Scotia are invited to take part in a research study conducted in collaboration between Community Links Nova Scotia and the PEACH Research Unit at Dalhousie University. Ways to get involved: Participate in a Community Engagement … Read more
- Celebration & ConversationPlease Join the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging and Community Links on October 5, 3:30-4:30 PM for a virtual Celebration and Conversation around the contributions, talents, and dedication of older adults to their communities across Nova Scotia in celebration of Seniors Week October 1-7 In addition to our event, you can find other Seniors Week … Read more
- Community Links 2021 AGMPlease join Community Links’ Board and Staff for our2020-2021 Annual General Meeting Tuesday, 21 September 2021 10:00 -11:30 AM via ZoomMeeting information will be posted and circulated to registrants. The meeting will be held to conduct the ordinary business of Community Links and hear reports from the Board Chair, Treasurer, Executive Director, and Board Governance … Read more
- We are Hiring: Regional CoordinatorApply now! We are hiring a regional coordinator for West Hants, Annapolis, Kings Counties. Regional Coordinators spark connections and facilitate collaboration among representatives of seniors’ clubs, senior-serving organizations, business, government and individuals who address various issues of aging well.
- Creativity Campaign Artwork GalleryWe received a number of inspiring, beautiful and skillful submissions from older adults in Nova Scotia for our creative campaign launched in October of 2020.
- Creativity CampaignSeniors in Nova Scotia, share your story with us! Community Links invites submissions of creative works by older adults demonstrating Creativity and Connection during COVID-19.
- PhotovoiceIs YOUR community accessible? Are there areas you avoid? Spaces where you feel comfortable and welcome? Community Links and the PEACH Research Unit at Dalhousie University would like to invite older adults (60+) to join a research study and learn from your experience. Your input could directly inform the professionals who design our communities … Read more
- See our 2021 CalendarOur Calendar for 2021 is here! Community Links’ 2021 Aging Well calendar is focused on mental health, social connection, community engagement, and overall wellbeing as we navigate these challenging times.
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