Programs and resources to help care for a family member or person in need.
Information and Services for Adults 50+
Financial support and subsidy services.
Services and information to promote healthy aging.
Services and programs to promote independent living.
Housing options and programs available.
Tips and service options for travelling around the City
Be prepared for an emergency and learn how to live safely in the home and community.
Classes and activities to keep mind and body active.
Planning and consultations
On October 28, 2015, City Council approved the Older Adult Plan 2015-2018, which supports a long-term vision for our community that values, empowers, and supports older persons and their quality of life.
Mayor Jim Watson hosted a one day Seniors Summit at City Hall on October 3rd, 2011, in response to an election promise.
The Seniors Roundtable was created in 2012 to provide feed-back to City staff on the implementation of the City of Ottawa Older Adult Plan (OAP) 2012-2014. The Seniors Roundtable will also be a primary mechanism for engaging residents on issues affecting older adults.