Resources for Edmonton Seniors
The latest resources and information on how seniors living in Edmonton, AB can stay active, healthy, and safe. During the time of COVID-19, this page will be updated regularly for health advisories, resources, and information on how you and your family can stay safe.
The Mill Woods Seniors Association also has an Outreach department that can be reached by calling 780-496-2997 during office hours. We are happy to help all seniors, regardless if you have an MWSA membership. We also work closely with other seniors' organizations and community groups.
Useful Phone Numbers for Edmonton Seniors
Mental Health Resources for Edmonton Seniors
Fraud Information for Seniors
Useful websites for Edmonton seniors
|For more resources, see the City of Edmonton's Services for Seniors document & Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council's "Navigating Edmonton Seniors Sector"|
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) News & Updates
Updated: Aug 5, 2020
|Government of Alberta||
COVID-19 Q & A Fact Sheet for Seniors from the Ministry of Seniors & Housing
For the latest information on the COVID-19 and how you can help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, with the expert advice of the Chief Medical Officer, please visit alberta.ca.
If you recently returned from travel outside Canada or have symptoms - cough, fever, fatigue or difficulty breathing:
Physical Distancing Tips, if you must leave your home
|City of Edmonton
Mandatory Face Coverings for Indoor Public Spaces, as of August 1, 2020 and will be effective until December 31, 2020.
Check edmonton.ca/COVID-19 for updates on Edmonton transit, information on City facilities and attractions, property tax updates and more.
|Government of Canada||
The Government of Canada website has resources for travelers, travel advisories, resources, and action plans for Covid-19 (coronavirus).
|Fraud and Scam Alerts|
|Mental Health Resources||
COVID-19 & YOUR MENTAL HEALTH (Canadian Mental Health Association)
Live, Guided Meditation (Free program, weekdays 1 PM MST)
50 Ways to Stay Mentally Healthy While Social Distancing (Canadian Mental Health Association)
How to Stay Active and Busy (when you are isolated/have limited mobility)
|Online Classes/Programs & Resources for Learning||
|Online Fitness (Videos You Can Watch Anytime)||