November is Family Violence Prevention month in Alberta and at Seniors Outreach we have been focusing on the sensitive topic of Elder Abuse.
Community Outreach Worker Elizabeth Hoppins and myself were able to provide presentations on elder abuse to the communities of Linden and Torrington last week. Yesterday we will have hosted presentations in both Three Hills and Trochu, providing Kneehill County area residents with valuable knowledge, awareness indicators and resources as to where to find hel

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We have joked here at Seniors Outreach that if we had a dollar for every time we are asked when/where are we moving, we would have enough money to fund our program for years! We understand and appreciate the inquiries, our program has been operating for 21 years and our seniors and community members are invested and engaged in our program, for that we are very thankful!

I can now report, that the Three Hills Provincial Building has been identified by the Government of Alberta as “surplus&r

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The “blues” or “depression” - which is it?

If it’s the blues, well, we all have down days or are engaged by a problem for a time. Maybe we write a song about it using a 12 bar chord progression (being a guitar player - this makes most sense). That’s why blues music is around. It sounds like the situation is too difficult to solve, but usually “this too shall pass!” The song may stay around but the situation and feelings go away.

Depression on the o

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This week we are featuring one of our volunteer profiles, this one was capably put together by our summer student, Mackenzie Andrews!

After entering through the heavy doors of the Provincial Building, you are immediately greeted by a smiling face of one of our wonderful volunteer receptionists. If you happen to stroll over to visit us on a Thursday morning, more often than not you will be welcomed by Helen Lepp.

Helen has been one of our fabulous and dedicated volunteers for over 10 years and st

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