Local Resources for Seniors in the Annapolis Valley and Throughout Nova Scotia
Learn more about local resources available to seniors in the Annapolis Valley
At Senior Homecare by Angels, we’re committed to delivering quality senior care throughout the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. In addition to providing in-home care to help seniors safely and comfortably age in place, we’ve also provided a list of local resources that can help seniors and families get the assistance they need with meal delivery, managing age-related difficulties, and so much more.
Meals on Wheel Nova Scotia
Meals on Wheels provides meal delivery services to homebound seniors throughout Nova Scotia. This list provides useful contact information for Meals on Wheels programs throughout Nova Scotia, including the Annapolis Valley.
Veterans Affairs Canada
For former members of the CAF or RCMP, or surviving spouses, Veterans Affairs Canada offers valuable resources for mental and physical health, financial programs for veterans who need long-term care, and so much more.
Nova Scotia Health Authority
The Nova Scotia Health Authority operates hospitals, health centres, and community-based programs to help Nova Scotians access the health care services they need. For seniors, they provide resources that help focus on the physical and mental needs of seniors throughout Nova Scotia.
Victorian Order of Nurses Canada – Annapolis Valley
VON Canada is a non-profit organization that helps people of all ages access personal support and community services to help them get the care they need at home.
Alzheimer Society Nova Scotia
The Alzheimer Society helps families who have been affected by dementia or Alzheimer’s get valuable information about the disease and important resources to improve the quality of life of seniors with cognitive illnesses.
Canadian Dementia Action Network
The Canadian Dementia Action Network is committed to researching and finding treatments for dementia, Alzheimer’s, and related diseases.
Parkinson Canada provides comprehensive information about Parkinson’s disease, as well as helpful resources and community events for those affected by the disease in Canada.
Canadian Cancer Society – Nova Scotia
The Canadian Cancer Society works towards finding cures for more than 100 types of cancer. They also provide services to those living with cancer in Nova Scotia and resources to help people make healthy choices.
Heart and Stroke Foundation
The Heart and Stroke Foundation provides useful information and resources for people of all ages who are affected by heart disease or have suffered a stroke.
Osteoporosis Canada offers information about osteoporosis, as well as services and community programs for those affected by the disease in Canada.
The Arthritis Society specializes in researching arthritis with the goal of finding a cure, advocating for the needs of people affected by arthritis, and providing essential resources to empower those affected by the disease.
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