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Prevention & Health Promotion (AUA 1-2)
Nutrition and Diet Learn to prepare healthy meals, about eating behaviour, and more. Select a Category
Classes
Provides education to participants to make choices that may improve wellness or reduce risks of disease. May focus on specific diseases or specific lifestyle issues (e.g. healthy eating).
Counselling
Individualized nutrition counselling. Normally provided by a Registered Dietitian.
Weight Management Education Classes
Provides education to participants to make choices that may improve wellness or reduce risks of disease. May focus on specific diseases or specific lifestyle issues (e.g. healthy eating).
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Physical Activity Find services that can help you be more physically active. Select a Category
Aquafit Programs
Exercise with the use of water to support the body to reduce the risk of muscle or joint injury.
Fitness Group
Exercise sessions where participants develop physical fitness and/or skills within a defined sport. May be either beginners or advanced.
Senior Community Centre
Facilitates activities in a supported setting such as recreation, fitness, social, educational programs and events. Specialized programs in post-rehabilitation, chronic disease management, and nutrition education may also be available. Usually membership based.
Seniors Gentle Exercise Class
Provides group exercise classes, typically one hour in length, to improve strength and balance. Education provided to reduce risk of falls.
Supervised Rehabilitation Exercise
Exercise programs delivered with the support of certified professionals. Programs include a mix of education and exercise. May be focused on specific chronic disease. Often done in community, post rehabilitation.
Multi-Use Recreation Facility
A publicly accessible facility that includes indoor features such as pool, track, gym, meeting rooms, rink, aerobics room, weight room, concession area.
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Substance use Find help to moderate or quit the use of substances. Select a Category
Alcohol
Drug
Smoking
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Stress Management
Programs aimed at gaining knowledge and skills to better manage stress.
Weight Management
Find a program to help take control of your weight, develop new habits, and a healthy lifestyle.
Arthritis
Diabetes
Hypertension
Osteoporosis
Sleep
Community Support Services (AUA 3-4)
Adult Day Program
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
Housekeeping
Provided at home
Offers assistance with routine household activities such as light house cleaning, laundry, ironing, and preparing meals.
Meals on Wheels
Provided at home
Delivers a nutritionally balanced noon hour hot meal by volunteers who provide a social contact and a safety check for the client. Special diets may be accommodated. Frozen meals may be available.
Rides & Transportation
Provided at home
Provides door-to-door rides for seniors or adults who have a disability to attend medical and therapeutic appointments, social activities and perform other daily tasks such as shopping trips.
Support Groups Select a Category
Caregiver
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
Grief
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
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In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
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Foot Care Select a Category
Foot Care Clinic
Provides nursing foot care and advice for clients to address common foot problems such as thickened and fungal nails, corns, calluses, bunions.
Foot Care (In-Home)
Provided at home
Provides in-home nursing foot care and advice for clients to address common foot problems such as thickened and fungal nails, corns, calluses, bunions.
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Friendly Visiting
Provided at home
Offers no charge visiting companionship such as conversation, reading, games, or crafts, while providing a safety check. The contact may be face-to-face at the client's home or through a phone call.
Home Maintenance & Repair
Provided at home
Matches eligible clients with individuals or businesses that provide affordable repairs and maintenance to a senior's home.
Overnight Stay Respite
Provides planned overnight support in a supervised, secure environment to give short-term respite to caregivers.
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First Link®
Provided at home
A referral program designed to help newly diagnosed people with dementia get the help they need as soon as possible
Care Coordination
Provided at home
Integrates health and social services by facilitating referrals and access to service across agencies. Supports care by providing follow-up after hospitalization or emergency room visits, or after specialist assessments.
Food Bank
A place where stocks of food, typically basic provisions and non-perishable items, are supplied free of charge to people in need.
Group Dining
Serves nutritionally balanced lunches, or dinners, in a social group environment.
Home Support Helper
Provided at home
Provides help in the home such as meal preparation and planning, light housekeeping, companionship, errands, medication reminders and assistance getting to outings.
Personal Support Services
Provided at home
Help with a range of essential daily activities that help maintain physical well-being. Includes washing and bathing, mouth and hair care. Help with transferring to chairs, dressing, eating, and toileting.
Telephone Reassurance & Safety Checks
Provided at home
Provides regularly scheduled phone calls to ensure the safety for those with health issues or who experience loneliness or depression.
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Specialized Geriatric Services (AUA 5-6)
Behavioural Support (In-Home)
Provided at home
Assesses people with cognitive impairment for specific responsive behaviours such as agitation, repetition, and wandering arising from dementia, mental health or addictions. Works collaboratively with caregivers to identify strategies to manage the behaviour and reduce risks.
Geriatric Medicine Clinic
Provides geriatric medical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment by a team of health professionals who are experts in seniors' health. Typical concerns include falls prevention, medication management and cognitive decline.
Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic
Provides geriatric mental health assessment, diagnosis, counselling and treatment by a team who are experts in seniors' mental health.Typical concerns include confusion, anxiety, depression and psychosis.
2828 Gaetz Ave, Red Deer, AB, Canada2828 Gaetz Ave, Red Deer, AB, Canada
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