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Reflections on aging
March 28 at 9:00 am to 4:30 pmFree
Join the Guelph-Wellington Gatekeeper Project for a free event titled “Reflections on Aging“. The public is welcome for a half-day or full day. The Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington and Age Friendly Guelph are co-hosts in welcoming guest speakers and panelists to discuss issues relating to seniors at-risk, addressing how collaboration and inclusion can empower seniors to overcome adversity.
Registration is free and includes a light breakfast, snacks and lunch in a box. People can register for a half-day or a full day for those interested in receiving the Gatekeeper Training in the afternoon.836 KBPrinter-friendly: event poster
Admission and parking
Free. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
- Dr. Carla Rice on diversity and inclusion
- Ross Knechtel and Judith Rosenberg
- “Connecting to your community”
- Gatekeeper training in the afternoon. Gatekeepers are community members trained to identify vulnerable and at-risk older adults and make a referral.
- Breakfast, lunch, and snacks included
How to register
Register for a half or full day.
Thanks to our community partners
- The Corporation of the County of Wellington
- City of Guelph
- Age-friendly Guelph
- Guelph Police Service
- Guelph Wellington Paramedic
- Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Wellington
- Guelph Wellington Seniors Assiciation
- Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington