Thank you for visiting the Seniors Information Centre website. Our site is an essential service centre where 50Plus adults, their families and caregivers can find resources for planning and living a healthy and continued independent lifestyle.
Incorporated in August 2007, the Seniors’ Information Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization. Its mission is to meet the needs of the 50Plus community and their families by assisting them in accessing and navigating through various community resources, public services and programs that addresses some of these questions. Our focus is on a personal approach — a helpful individual, either on-site or on the telephone will be there to assist. The service provided is offered free of charge and confidential.
Supporting an Active Lifestyle
Our 50Plus population make significant contributions to their families, their communities, the economy, and provincially. Communities also need to adapt in ways that support our aging population. For those individuals already comfortable with technology, we decided to upgrade our website to ensure that anyone challenged with diminished vision, hearing or mobility as well would be able to use additional accessibility tools on the site to retrieve information.
The Seniors Information Centre has developed two other initiatives to ensure the best possible service to our clientele:
My Community Calendar
What better way to build a community than to provide the available information of upcoming events that improves the chances of increased participation, sociability, promoting healthy activities, wellness and inclusiveness. The Seniors’ Information Centre has taken the lead to better manage and organize event and activity information in the region. MyCommunityCalendar.ca is a testimony to the one-community spirit of over 70 calendar partners for use by our citizens, charitable organizations, government and businesses. This project by the Centre’s volunteers and staff was made possible by this enthusiastic co-operation. Today, you’ll find information on activities of interest to all ages ; seniors, family members and caregivers, in real time. The information is organized by category and community on one web site and formatted for tablets and smartphones too.
Anyone wishing to add their events or activities to the calendar or have inquiries about our calendar, send us a message in our “Contact Us” form or contact the Seniors’ Information Centre at (506) 855-1121.
Not everyone is comfortable using technology; therefore we maintain our printed communication strategy to include valuable information in print on active lifestyle and editorial content of interest to our demographic. PrimeTime magazine is a full-colour, contemporary, bilingual publication published 4 times per year. It is distributed throughout southeastern NB to 20,000 households and distribution outlets.
Anyone having inquiries about our PrimeTime Magazine, send us a message in our “Contact Us” form or contact the Seniors’ Information Centre at 855-1121.