Community Services and Resources
An international not-for-profit organization that strives to eliminate the three plagues of loneliness, helplessness, and boredom for elders and their caregivers.
Provides programs and services for people with disabilities such as equipment and adaptive technologies.
Saskatoon Council on Aging (SCOA)
Acts as an advocate for older adults, provides resources and delivers a variety of services and programs.
We Care provides a wide range of services including foot care at both Porteous and Stensrud lodges.
The Eden Alternative
Saskatchewan Abilities Council
Government of Canada Services and Resources
Provides a range of benefits for eligible Canadians including retirement pensions, survivor and disability benefits.
Information related to income taxes.
Available for low-income seniors; is a separate program from Old Age Security.
Available to most Canadians age 65 and over. OAS requires individuals to apply for this program.
Information for Canadian veterans related to financial and medical-related assistance.
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Canadian Pension Plan (CPP)
Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
Old Age Security (OAS)
Veteran's Affairs Canada
Government of Saskatchewan Services and Resources
Saskatchewan Health: Seniors Drug Plan
A Saskatchewan Government program that provides assistance for low-income seniors.
Saskatchewan Health: Long-term Care
Information on personal care and special care homes (long-term).
Seniors Income Plan
Saskatchewan residents age 65 and over may be eligible for various subsidized pharmaceutical discounts.
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Client Patient Access Services (CPAS)
Operated by the Saskatoon Health Region, CPAS assesses needs, provides options, and connects people with appropriate services.
Home care is provided in a variety of ways to promote health, independence, and dignity. Eligibility is determined by CPAS.
Saskatoon Health Region
Information about Saskatchewan Health Authority programs and services.