The mandate of the Aging Secretariat is to develop an implementation framework for the Aging Strategy and monitor progress towards execution of the actions in the strategy. This includes establishing and supporting the governance structure that will oversee the implementation of the strategy. The branch will also be responsible to enable research and innovation in the aging space by describing, designing and facilitating a research and innovation network. The Aging Secretariat will serve as a focal point regarding seniors and aging; will foster collaborative relationships both with internal and external stakeholders; and will increase situational awareness and information sharing across the sector.
- Province names six new age-friendly communities
- Saint John nursing homes to receive $8.1 million for renovations
- Hartland nursing home to receive $2.1 million for renovations
- Fredericton Junction nursing home to receive $2 million for renovations
- Call for proposals under way for Healthy Seniors Pilot Project
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- Home First
- Toll Free Seniors Line
- Wellness Movement for Seniors
- Age Well - December 2017 Newsletter
- The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) and the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) announce recipients of the 1st New Brunswick Senior’s Care-Strategic Innovation Fund (SC-SIF)
- New national innovation hub launched to support healthy aging
- Aging and Seniors - Publications (Public Health Agency of Canada)
- Just for You - Seniors (Health Canada)
- New Brunswick Collaborative for Healthy Aging and Care