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CNHPS Offers The Following Services For Older Adults And Their Caregivers

Weekly Seniors Connect Café events.

Are you an older adult seeking social interactions?

This may be something for you - please read details on our ‘News’ page

One-on-one support and social interaction for all older adults, including those living with serious illness or frailty:

One-on-one telephone support.

A weekly friendly telephone call.

Are you an older adult living with serious illness and seeking further supports?

Call us to find out what is available for you.

Intergenerational Program:

New: there is now opportunities for twice monthly in-person intergenerational activities along with the telephone and virtual connections. Share your life stories, experiences, passions and hobbies. Please read the details on our ‘News’ page.

Weekly telephone chats with a young person, sharing your life stories and experiences.

Having a memoir written.

Sharing your passions and hobbies.

Support for caregivers of older adults:

One-on-one telephone support.

Peer facilitated informal caregiver group interaction for mutual support and encouragement.

The Peer Facilitated Family Caregiver Support Group project is partially funded with a United Way of the Lower Mainland grant. Please see our ‘News’ page.

These events are partially funded with a New Horizons for Seniors Program grant. The monthly luncheons are funded through the Chilliwack Better at Home program.

Supporting the older adults in our Neighbourhoods.

Learn how to support one another in your neighbourhood and become a ‘Neighbourhood Connector’. Interested in learning more?

The following workshops are all offered free of charge. Each workshop is of a duration of 2.5 hours at a time. You can sign up individually or for any sized group of 5 or more people. Dates and times will be arranged according to interest and availability. Enquire with Connie. See contact page. The workshop options are:

  1. Introductory Neighbourhood Connector workshop: learn how you can become a volunteer in your own neighbourhood in this time of the COVID-29 pandemic.
  2. Enhance your Communication Skills: become a better listener and help an older adult in enhancing their quality of life.
  3. Brief Action Planning: learn how to work towards achieving a special goal or support someone else in doing this.
  4. Older Adult Abuse: learn to recognize the red flags of older adult abuse and how you can support an older adult experiencing abuse, including financial abuse.
  5. Advance Care Planning: learn the steps of advance care planning for future health care decision making.