Senior Solutions Team

Caring Hearts Connecting Community 

9629 – 176 St., Edmonton, Alberta T5T 6B3
P. 780.483.1209 | F. 780.484.7738
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Feeling welcome never grows old

At Westend Seniors Activity Centre, they are changing perceptions of what a senior’s centre can be – and what it means to be 55+.

Established in 1978, Westend Seniors Activity Centre is a registered non-profit organization. Their mission is to be an inclusive community hub for adults 55+ that provides services, programs, information and activities that support healthy aging and active living.

West End Senior Activity Centre has a stunning 22,600 sq. foot facility overlooks a scenic pond in the heart of west Edmonton. It is a modern, inviting, multi-purpose building where members can drop in; connect with others; try new low-cost activities, programs and classes.

Westend Seniors Activity Centre also addresses seniors’ social isolation through its

 Community Connectors program. Community Connectors are stakeholders dedicated 

to provide services to Edmonton’s seniors. They belong to an elite networking group

 focused on addressing the needs and challenges seniors face in their daily lives.

Senior Solutions Team is a perfect example of Community Connectors program.

- Haidong Liange

Multi-Cultural Outreach Coordinator

West End Seniors Activity Centre

Caregivers Alberta

Caring for Caregivers

12122 68 Street NW, Edmonton AB, T5B 1R1

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 780-453-5088

Toll-Free: 1-877-453-5088

Mission: To empower caregivers and promote their well-being.

Vision: An Alberta where caregivers are valued and supported.

Caregivers Alberta is an organization of caregivers, for caregivers. We focus on the caregiver as an individual- helping them maintain their well-being rather than teaching them how to be better caregivers.

Home Office
10740 19th Avenue NW
Edmonton AB
T6J 6W9
Phone: 780-424-5438

Drive Happiness Seniors Association is a registered, non-profit society whose mission is to assist Edmonton seniors in remaining independent in their own homes for as long as possible. By providing seniors with mobility, they help them ensure an independent lifestyle.


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