Approved pan-Canadian projects - New Horizons for Seniors Program

From Employment and Social Development Canada

The New Horizons for Seniors Program provides grant and contribution funding for projects that are approved through calls for proposals and are aligned with the program's five objectives:

  • Promoting Volunteerism
  • Mentoring
  • Elder Abuse Awareness
  • Social Participation
  • Capital Assistance

Approved projects

The funding amounts displayed on this page reflect projects that have been approved by the Department. Due to various circumstances, some organizations may have decided not to proceed with their project and have been removed.

Years Province / Territory Constituency Impact plan name Organization Project title Project description Funding
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Griesbach  PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Edmonton Mennonite Centre For Newcomers PEGASIS: Community Connections through EAL for Immigrant Seniors The Community Connections through English as an Additional Language (EAL) for Immigrant Seniors project will provide volunteer-supported EAL sessions that help newcomer seniors with low resources to become more engaged and informed, and participate in recreational and intercultural activities. Volunteer community connectors will work with partners to identify isolated seniors in various ethno-cultural communities. $712,757
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Strathcona PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council PEGASIS Backbone Project The Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council will engage the general public and community groups to identify, explore and respond to issues related to socially isolated seniors. It will also provide coordination and evaluation support to the Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors (PEGASIS) impact plan. $422,340
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Mill Woods PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network PEGASIS: Edmonton Southside Seniors' Centre Without Walls The Edmonton Southside Seniors' Centre Without Walls project will enable socially isolated seniors who have low resources, are homebound and/or have a physical or mental disability and their caregivers to participate in information sessions from home, using teleconferencing technology and webinars. Presentations extend beyond traditional health topics to support independent living, such as managing grief, family relationships, transitions and change. $433,658
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Centre PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Greater Edmonton Foundation Seniors Housing PEGASIS: Community Support Coordinator The Greater Edmonton Foundation Seniors Housing Community Support Coordinator will support 200 senior residents with low resources (including Aboriginal, Chinese, Filipino and Korean seniors) to navigate and connect to community programs and services. Workshops will be delivered to address identified challenges related to social isolation. $349,817
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Riverbend PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Lifestyle Helping Hands Seniors Association On Demand Seniors Assisted Transportation (ODT) The On-Demand  Seniors Assisted Transportation project will provide on-demand, multi-lingual transportation services to low-resource seniors for medical appointments, shopping and recreational outings, as well as referrals to home support services. Volunteer driver recruitment will include youth and part-time workers. $468,642
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton Centre (Alberta) PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Sage (Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton) PEGASIS: Specialized Outreach and Case Finding The Specialized Outreach and Care Finding project will recruit volunteers to reach out to seniors with low resources, through friendly door-to-door visitor programs and telephone reassurance. Seniors will also be connected to drop-in events, resources, supports and services. $659,934
2015-2016 Alberta Edmonton West PEGASIS: Pan-Edmonton Group Addressing Social Isolation of Seniors Westend Seniors Activity Centre PEGASIS: How can we help you? A marketing Campaign for Low-Resource Socially Isolated Seniors The How can we help you? A Marketing Campaign for Low-Resource Socially Isolated Seniors project will raise awareness of the programs and services offered by the other projects within the Impact Plan via marketing campaigns, public awareness events, and volunteer community ambassadors and community gatekeepers that will reach out to isolated seniors. $669,815
2015-2016 British Columbia Vancouver South (British Columbia) Metro Vancouver Intentional Connection Seniors Association of Neighbourhood Houses of British Colombia (South Vancouver Neighbourhood House) Scaling Up and Scaling Out The Seniors Hub Model: Seniors Hubs in East Vancouver The Scaling Up and Scaling Out the Seniors Hub Model project builds upon the success of the South Vancouver Seniors Hub project by creating two new hubs in partnering communities where seniors can gather and receive information and services.  All three hub sites will recruit and train volunteers to reach out and engage isolated seniors and connect them to supports. $673,043
2015-2016 British Columbia Burnaby South Metro Vancouver Intentional Connection Seniors Burnaby Community Services Society Seniors on the Move The Seniors on the Move project will address the transportation needs of socially isolated, low-resource seniors 75+ years of age with disabilities in Metro Vancouver. The project will help connect seniors to appropriate, age-related transportation options; build upon transportation services that are working well; and test new modes of sustainable transportation services.  This organization will also lead the evaluation of the Metro Vancouver Intentional Connection Seniors impact plan. $610,193
2015-2016 British Columbia North Vancouver (British Columbia) Metro Vancouver Intentional Connection Seniors Family Services of the North Shore Volunteers as Navigators and Connectors The Volunteers as Navigators and Connectors project will develop a curriculum and organize training events and a major conference to support volunteers and service providers who work with seniors 75 years and older to better identify, understand and connect seniors with the resources they need. This organization will also provide overall strategic alignment and support to collaborating organizations to achieve outcomes of the Metro Vancouver Intentional Connections impact plan. $750,000
2015-2016 British Columbia Burnaby South Metro Vancouver Intentional Connection Seniors South Burnaby Neighbourhood House society  Welcoming Seniors' Spaces The Welcoming Seniors’ Spaces project will implement the Welcoming Place/Seniors Outreach Model in eight linguistically diverse neighbourhood communities in Metro Vancouver. The welcoming sites will encourage isolated seniors to participate in social activities and to connect them to appropriate services with the support of volunteers who can communicate with them in their first language. $500,196
2015-2016 British Columbia Nanaimo-Ladysmith Seniors Connect Nanaimo Women's Resources Society WELL- Wellness and Empowered Living Longer The WELL (Wellness and Empowered Living Longer) project will reach out to and provide support services for vulnerable isolated seniors, including those in crisis. Seniors will be connected with health, cultural and wellness programs and learning opportunities. $468,511
2015-2016 British Columbia Nanaimo-Ladysmith Seniors Connect City of Nanaimo Seniors Connect: City Builders and Living History The Seniors Connect: City Builders and Living History project aims to increase the proportion of seniors who participate regularly in activities by removing barriers to participation. The City Builders component will engage seniors to help identify and address barriers to an age-friendly urban environment, while the Living History Component will allow seniors to share oral histories for presentation to the public. $168,360
2015-2016 British Columbia Nanaimo-Ladysmith Seniors Connect HealthWell Facilitating Seniors' Social Inclusion The Facilitating Seniors' Social Inclusion project will support the wellbeing of seniors in Nanaimo, including those with, or at-risk of experiencing, mental health issues. Through research and education, the project will raise awareness of seniors’ social isolation among the public and service providers. The project aims to create age-friendly Nanaimo neighborhoods and businesses, and improve seniors’ feelings of being connected to and valued by the community. $518,390
2015-2016 British Columbia Nanaimo-Ladysmith Seniors Connect Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation (Nanaimo Lifeline Program) Nanaimo Lifeline Seniors Check-In Service The Nanaimo Lifeline Seniors Check-In Service project aims to reduce the rate of social isolation among vulnerable seniors through regular contact with staff and volunteers, who will link them with Seniors Connect Nanaimo impact plan partners to gain access to needed services. $213,503
2015-2016 British Columbia Nanaimo-Ladysmith Seniors Connect Nanaimo Family Life Association Seniors Connect: Seniors Wellness Centre Project Nanaimo Family Life Association is the organization coordinating the overall activities under the Seniors Connect Nanaimo impact plan. Additionally, its Seniors Connect: Seniors Wellness Centre Project will provide seniors with a place to socialize, participate in activities and receive help to navigate available services. The project will engage seniors, foster partnerships with other organizations serving seniors and increase public awareness of social isolation through community events. $703,131
2015-2016 Ontario Eglinton--Lawrence ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors Alzheimer Society of Toronto Community Connection Program The Community Connection Program project aims to provide education, consultation, and support to caregivers, community partners, dementia champions and the general public leading to the reduction of isolation among senior caregivers. $345,405
2015-2016 Ontario University--Rosedale ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division Living Life to the Full for Older Adult Caregivers The Living Life to the Full for Older Adult Caregivers project aims to deliver an evidence-based mental health promotion course to older adult caregivers in Toronto. Living Life to the Full is a community-based, 8-week (12-hour) course offered in groups of 10–15 people. $671,470
2015-2016 Ontario University--Rosedale ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation ENRICHES Collaborative Management Project Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation of Toronto will be the lead organization responsible for coordinating the overall ENRICHES Collaborative Management Project using a collaborative model that relies on understanding each partner organization and on developing strong group processes and common goals and procedures. The overall objective of the project is to provide centralized project and evaluation coordination as well as communication and administrative support to the ENRICHES Collaborative Impact Plan. $556,575
2015-2016 Ontario Eglinton--Lawrence ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors North York Community House Newcomer Connections for Senior Caregivers - A Project of ENRICHES Initiative The Newcomer Connections for Senior Caregivers project aims to identify, engage and connect senior caregivers living in northwest Toronto who are at a high risk for isolation due to language and cultural barriers. $674,393
2015-2016 Ontario University--Rosedale ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors The Reitman Centre (Sinai Health System) i-TRICE Program: Innovation and Training to Reduce Isolation in Caregivers and the Elderly The Innovation and Training to Reduce Isolation in Caregivers and the Elderly project aims to expand and adapt the proven best practices of Reitman Centre programs and methods to a new context—isolated and marginalized seniors. The goal is to provide assessment, therapeutic support and skills training to mitigate the socially isolating effects of caregiver burden and maximize the abilities of elderly caregivers to care for both themselves and their family members. $747,035
2015-2016 Ontario Toronto--Danforth ENRICHES: Engagement to Reduce Isolation of Caregivers at Home and Enhancing Seniors Woodgreen Community Services WoodGreen ENRICHES Project: Financial Wellness and Community Capacity Building for Caregivers The Financial Wellness and Community Capacity Building for Caregivers project aims to build volunteer and staff capacity to reach isolated senior caregivers (through collaborative partnerships with Toronto Community Housing Corporation, Toronto Public Library and over 15 different ethno-specific community groups) to make a targeted impact on their financial wellness issues, connection with community services, friendly visiting supports for those with mental health issues, and health education modules for isolated senior caregivers. $744,932
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton West--Ancaster--Dundas Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population AbleLiving Hamilton Hospital Based Community Connectors Hamilton Hospital-Based Community Connectors will reduce social isolation by supporting seniors being discharged from Hamilton Health Sciences hospitals. Initially focussing on low-income neighbourhoods where risk factors for isolation are greatest, the project will enable seniors to connect in a sustained way with community services and meaningful activities. $417,718
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton West--Ancaster--Dundas Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging (McMaster University) Reducing Senior's Social Isolation: Linking Community in a Participatory Research Initiative The Reducing Seniors’ Social Isolation: Linking Community in a Participatory Research Initiative will use a laboratory approach to understand the most effective interventions to decrease the social isolation of seniors, bringing the community together to collectively address the issue. Personnel will work closely with project partners to improve city-wide supports for seniors and raise public awareness about social isolation. $267,338
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton Centre Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population Hamilton Council on Aging Connecting Hamilton's Initiative to Reduce Social Isolation Among Seniors The Connecting Hamilton's Initiative to Reduce Social Isolation Among Seniors project will provide support to six collaborating partner organizations. The project will collect, use and share data to promote accountability and learning, and help partners to engage the broader community to address social isolation and improve supports throughout Hamilton. $283,568
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton Mountain Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population St. Joseph's Home Care Hamilton Hospital Based Community Connectors Hamilton Hospital-Based Community Connectors will reduce social isolation by supporting seniors being discharged from St. Joseph’s Health System hospitals. Initially focussing on low-income neighbourhoods where risk factors for isolation are greatest, the project will enable seniors to connect in a sustained way with community services and meaningful activities. $211,519
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton West--Ancaster--Dundas Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population Thrive Group Support Services CareDove - Interactive Community Access and Referral System The CareDove - Interactive Community Access and Referral System’s web-based tool will link all community support sector agencies in Hamilton, to facilitate and increase referrals for seniors to needed local support services. $151,943
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton Centre Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population Wesley Urban Ministries Seniors Community Connections The Seniors Community Connections project will reduce the rate of social isolation among vulnerable seniors in Hamilton through needs assessments, individualized action plans, home visits, social activities, and referrals to community partners. In doing so, the project fosters the social participation of seniors and sustained connections to services and activities. $367,480
2015-2016 Ontario Hamilton West--Ancaster--Dundas Greater Hamilton Seniors Isolation Population YWCA Hamilton Peer Connectors for Isolated Seniors The Peer Connectors for Isolated Seniors project will recruit and train local Peer Connectors to help isolated, low-income seniors develop and sustain connections with the community. The project will initially target one urban and one rural neighbourhood, before expanding to other communities. $390,317
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa Centre Ottawa Impact Plan Catholic Immigration Centre-Ottawa Senior Centered ESL Program The Senior Centred ESL Program will engage socially isolated, low-resource immigrant seniors by providing English as a Second Language classes, information sessions, social activities and monthly special events selected by seniors. The project will also identify and recruit isolated seniors to participate in the program, as students or volunteers. $374,993
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa West-Nepean Ottawa Impact Plan Nepean, Rideau and Osgoode Community Resource Centre Elder Abuse Response and Referral Service ( EARRS ) The Elder Abuse Response and Referral Service project will increase awareness of elder abuse, deliver training about elder abuse to service providers; and provide referral services to information and support for socially isolated seniors. $299,564
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa Centre Ottawa Impact Plan Ottawa West Community Support Healthy Connections; Healthy Communities - an Aging In Place Expansion The Healthy Connects; Health Communities – an Aging in Place Expansion project aims to reduce the social isolation of low-income seniors living in six Ottawa Community Housing buildings. Project activities include a ‘Buddy Program’ to pair isolated seniors with volunteers; an ‘Appointment Accompaniment Service’ to support seniors with language barriers and/or cognitive difficulties at medical appointments; social activities focused on preparing healthy meals; and a ‘Hall Walk Program’ for tenants to socialize through regular exercise. $352,959
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa Centre Ottawa Impact Plan Social Planning Council of Ottawa Creating Community for Isolated Ethno-Cultural Seniors The Creating Community for Isolated Ethno-Cultural Seniors project will provide micro-grant funding ($5,000-$10,000) to ethno-cultural groups to provide information workshops, service navigation support, culturally appropriate recreation, group volunteering and community events to immigrant and ethno-cultural seniors in order to address social isolation and build strong social networks for sustainable peer support and well-being. $450,000
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa South Ottawa Impact Plan South-East Ottawa Community Health Centre Strengthening Senior Neighbourhood Networks Strengthening Senior Neighbourhood Networks will establish seniors-led groups/committees in 15 low-income Ottawa neighbourhoods to steer local activities that reduce the social isolation of seniors. Activities include identifying socially isolated seniors; helping them to access supports; and creating opportunities for participation in social and knowledge exchange events. $368,402
2015-2016 Ontario Ottawa South Ottawa Impact Plan The Council on Aging of Ottawa Backbone & Evaluation Project The Council on Aging of Ottawa will create awareness of the social isolation of seniors in Ottawa through written materials and educational events (lunch & learn sessions). It will also provide coordination and evaluation support to the Ottawa impact plan. $350,715
2015-2016 Ontario Kanata-Carleton Ottawa Impact Plan Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre Reducing Rural Isolation The Reducing Rural Isolation project will recruit and train volunteer Community Helpers to support isolated seniors in rural Ottawa by sharing information on the programs and services available to them in their community. Community agencies serving rural Ottawa, local businesses, clergy, elected officials will be engaged to help identify Community Helpers and isolated seniors. $183,174
2015-2016 Quebec Mount Royal Caregivers in the Greater Montreal Metropolitan Area Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Cummings Caregiver Support Centre The Cummings Caregiver Support Centre project will reduce isolation of senior caregivers by providing access to caregiver respite and program activities for care recipients. The program will offer multiple forms of caregiver support, interactive workshops and information sessions. This organization will lead and coordinate the overall Caregivers in the Greater Montreal Metropolitan Area impact plan. $390,913
2015-2016 Quebec Outremont Caregivers in the Greater Montreal Metropolitan Area Jewish General Hospital Caregiver Navigator Project The Caregiver Navigator project builds upon the Hospital’s experience in Caregiver Support. Caregiver navigators (healthcare professionals and volunteer caregiver mentors) will act as a liaison between caregivers and the healthcare system to enhance service delivery and improve wellness and health outcomes for caregivers and care-recipients. $140,750
2015-2016 Quebec Salaberry-Suroît Caregivers in the Greater Montreal Metropolitan Area The Caregiver Network Caregiver to Caregiver: A peer to peer learning and support network The Caregiver to Caregiver: A Peer to Peer Learning and Support Network project will be an online community network for senior caregivers to safely connect and share knowledge with others in similar situations. Project results will inform and improve service delivery to caregivers within health and social service organizations and promote awareness of caregiver needs. $606,427
2015-2016 Quebec Québec Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec Accès transports viables TanGo - Programme de promotion de la mobilité durable auprès des personnes de 60 ans et plus The TanGo project will address the mobility and autonomy of persons 60+ years old through exploratory walks and consulting seniors about the constraints that restrict their mobility. The project will propose solutions and engage community stakeholders to recommend and implement changes to physical and urban environments to further encourage and facilitate active and safe travel for seniors. This project will work with partner agencies to inform and raise awareness among seniors about the importance of autonomous travel. $152,024
2015-2016 Quebec Charlesbourg--Haute-Saint-Charles Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec Centre d’action bénévole de Contrefort L'isolement social des aînés n'est pas une fatalité The project, L'isolement social n'est pas une fatalité, will enable seniors’ social participation by offering workshops, training and discussion groups, and resource people. A traveling exhibition will promote the social participation of seniors and address ageism. $312,923
2015-2016 Quebec Charlesbourg--Haute-Saint-Charles Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec Centre d’action bénévole de Contrefort Aînés-nous à vous aider! Toujours aussi présent dans votre quartier Aînés-nous à vous aider! expands upon existing programming to identify and reach socially isolated seniors through community workers and volunteers who will connect them with available resources and services.  $435,523
2015-2016 Quebec Papineau Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec Réseau québécois de Villes et Villages en santé Nos aînés au coeur du voisinage The Nos Aînés au cœur du voisinage project will establish mutual helping relationships among seniors and their neighbours, thereby engaging and leveraging the contribution of the general community to support seniors wanting to age in place. The project promotes awareness of social isolation, the valuable contribution of seniors, and the importance of intergenerational neighbourliness.
(The organization’s head office is in the riding of Papineau, but project activities will happen in Quebec City.)
$341,503
2015-2016 Quebec Québec Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec Université Laval Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec The Institut sur le vieillissement et la participation sociale des aînés (IVPSA) de l'Université Laval will coordinate the overall Collective Impact Plan for Quebec (Collectif Aînés IS / Ville de Québec). $393,642
2015-2016 Quebec Ville-Marie-Le Sud-Ouest-Île-des-Soeurs Not applicable The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation Reducing Social Isolation for Seniors Through its Innoweave initiative, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation will help community partners implement successful strategies to reduce the social isolation of seniors, through a collaborative approach. This includes helping organizations to collaborate effectively, measure the impact of activities, test new solutions and find opportunities to build local partnerships. $750,000
2015-2016 Saskatchewan Regina--Wascana Reducing Isolation of Seniors in South and Central Saskatchewan Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan Inc. Dementia Friendly Communities and the Dementia Helpline The Dementia Friendly Communities and Dementia Helpline project will reduce isolation of seniors living in rural Saskatchewan by increasing community awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and supporting families and seniors living with dementia. $490,570
2015-2016 Saskatchewan Regina--Wascana Reducing Isolation of Seniors in South and Central Saskatchewan Canadian Red Cross Providing Friendly Visits for Isolated Older Adults The Providing Friendly Visits for Isolated Older Adults project will support and enhance the ability of socially isolated seniors to continue aging in place by providing their proven program approach, Friendly Visiting for isolated older adults in rural communities. $154,094
2015-2016 Saskatchewan Regina--Wascana Reducing Isolation of Seniors in South and Central Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism Creating a Culture of Inclusion The Creating a Culture of Inclusion project will work with rural, small urban and francophone communities to help them become “age-friendly” for seniors.
The organization will also support collaborating organizations to achieve their impact plan outcomes by creating an infrastructure to manage the impact plan, and providing continuous and consistent communication between all the players associated with the impact plan, including collaborators and partners.
$727,908
2015-2016 Saskatchewan Regina--Wascana Reducing Isolation of Seniors in South and Central Saskatchewan University of Regina Enhancing Information Access for Rural and Urban Seniors The Enhancing Information Access for Rural and Urban Seniors project will enable seniors in Saskatchewan to access the information they need by working with the Lifelong Learning Centre of Regina to expand accessible information and resources for older adults.
This project also provides evaluation support for all projects, at the impact plan level.
$504,241
2014-2015  Alberta Calgary Skyview Not applicable Calgary Seniors' Resource Society Caregiver Connect Calgary Seniors’ Resource Society will provide one-on-one assistance to caregivers to navigate the system by phone or in person; develop a user -friendly webpage specifically for caregivers; create a “Caregiver Connect Resource Guide”; market and promote the program; and develop and pilot a Caregiver Connect Support Group with an online chat forum. $150,000
2014-2015  Nova Scotia Cumberland-Colchester Not applicable Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia Seniors Navigator (Successfully Aging in a Rural Place) The Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia will develop a local resource directory; and recruit and train volunteer service navigators using the resource directory as a tool to assist rural seniors and/or their caregivers and families through personal visits or by phone. $150,000
2014-2015 Ontario Markham-Thornhill Not applicable Social Services Network for the York Region Aging Positively The Network will support seniors’ engagement and awareness of programs and services through organized Seniors Health Fairs and weekly healthy lifestyle activities at its Markham Community Hub. The monthly Health Fairs will follow a weekly activity, with mainstream service providers invited to disseminate information about their programs and how the community can access. $141,620
2014-2015 Quebec Ville-Marie-Le Sud-Ouest-Île-des-Soeurs Not applicable Seniors Action Quebec GPS For Seniors (Getting to Programs & Services For Seniors) Seniors Action Quebec will map the location of isolated English-speaking (ES) seniors in three regions of Quebec. Local information packages will be prepared for dissemination by volunteers recruited and trained to:
solicit referrals of potentially isolated seniors;
serve as 'navigators' to help socially isolated ES seniors find and use the information they need; and
act as 'sentinels' to detect possible signs of elder abuse, depression and dementia to connect seniors to specialized personnel within partnering community organizations.
$150,000
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