The Wellness Movement for seniors is growing in New Brunswick!
This web page connects you with local wellness groups, tools and resources catered to and designed for seniors’ wellness.
Make sure to have a look at the Wellness Events Calendar to find out about activities, walking groups, 50+ health clinics and other wellness activities that might interest you!
Remember that New Brunswick now has a toll-free number for seniors, their families and caregivers who are looking for information on government programs and services. Please call
1-855-550-0552 Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Service is offered in both languages.
Wellness Resources for Seniors
For wellness resources and tools to help you in your path to wellness at home, at school, at work and as a community, click here to biew the complete resources library.
As a senior, taking part in regular physical activity is key to improving your wellness. Follow the physical activity guidelines for older adults included in this toolkit and take advantage of the tools it contains – such as a walking program, activity tracker and fact sheets – to be more physically active in ways you will enjoy, even if you have mobility challenges. A toolkit developed in partnership with ParticipACTION.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has prepared the Age-Friendly Communities Evaluation Guide to provide communities with practical information on how to use indicators to measure progress and evaluate their age-friendly initiatives.
The Guide focuses on one important aspect of developing and maintaining an age-friendly community: the use of indicators in planning, implementing and evaluating age-friendly community initiatives. The Guide not only provides information on how and why the use of indicators can strengthen community age-friendly initiatives, it also offers a menu of specific, measurable indicators that are applicable to the eight domains of community life that are being addressed in age-friendly programming.
This Guide was designed for use by anyone who wants to put their ideas and vision for a more age-friendly community into action. These actions can focus on one or many different sectors in the community—health and social services, parks and recreation, policing services and businesses—to incorporate age-friendly approaches into design, policy and services. The Guide shows you how to:
assess the age-friendliness of your community
get people involved
create a plan
carry out the plan
assess whether you have accomplished the goals in your plan
The Public Health Agency of Canada has put together this Toolbox, which contains many practical tools and resources to help make your community more age-friendly. These tools include great examples from across Canada of work plans, time lines, checklists, potential funders and guidelines to help you implement and assess your progress in developing your age-friendly community.
This Toolbox is intended for use by seniors, business people, city/town planners, community groups, municipal officials, recreation coordinators and other concerned citizens who are interested in developing or updating strategies for age-friendly communities. It is designed to guide the development and assessment of projects toward the age-friendly goal. Best communication practices are also provided to help deliver age-friendly messages consistently and effectively.