BC Seniors’ Guide – Would you like one? Download PDF or pick up at Reception

Would you like a BC Seniors’ Guide?

BC-Seniors-GuideThe BC Seniors’ Guide, 11th Edition is available for download or at the Receptionists desks (until supplies last).

Download PDF – BC Seniors’ Guide, 11th Edition

Order your own hard copy – call 1.877.952.3181

What’s in the BC Seniors’ Guide?

Information, Resources and Phone numbers for:

  • Benefits
  • Healthy Living
  • Health Services
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Personal Security
  • Finances
  • Much More!

Message from the B.C. Government

As the population of British Columbia continues to grow, and grow older, we need to support seniors to be as healthy and as independent as possible. We know that older adults prefer to age in their own homes and communities, and may need access to appropriate services and supports in order to do so. The Government of B.C. is committed to promoting healthy, active aging, and providing information and resources about the services seniors and their families and caregivers need to make good decisions about their health, care, and overall well-being.

The BC Seniors’ Guide is a prime example of this commitment. While more and more seniors are accessing resources online, many seniors tell us that they would rather receive information that they can hold in their hands. With the BC Seniors’ Guide, we make a wealth of useful information available in print and online, in Chinese, English, French, and Punjabi, to reach as many B.C. seniors as we can. In addition, government partnered with the First Nations Health Authority in 2014 to adapt the BC Seniors’ Guide into a new BC Elders’ Guide for First Nations and Aboriginal older adults. You can find the BC Seniors’ Guide and the BC Elders’ Guide online at www.gov.bc.ca/seniorsguide.

In this guide, you will find information and resources on benefits, healthy living, health services, housing, transportation, personal security, finances, and other services. In addition, there is a listing directory at the end of the guide, and questions in each section to consider as you plan to remain as healthy and independent as possible as you grow older. We hope the BC Seniors’ Guide will help you find what you’re looking for.

For more information on government support for seniors, visit the SeniorsBC website at www.SeniorsBC.ca.

The 11th edition of the British Columbia Seniors’ Guide was printed in 2015

Information may change from the time of publication. Visit www.gov.bc.ca/seniorsguide for periodic updates to this guide, as well as translated versions available in Chinese, French and Punjabi.