Older Nova Scotians and their families now have better access to information about programs and services for an active and engaged lifestyle through the 2014 Positive Aging Directory.
The directory features information about active living, health care, transportation, housing, finances, literacy, legal matters and more.
“Our seniors need to know about programs and information that can help them discover new opportunities for learning, socializing, volunteering or being active,” said Seniors Minister Leo Glavine. “This directory provides seniors with the information they need to stay active and independent in their homes and their communities.”
Copies of the directory are free and available at pharmacies, public libraries and doctor’s offices across the province.
The directory is also available online at http://novascotia.ca/seniors/positive_aging_directory.asp or by calling 1-800-670-0065.