Welcome To NWT Seniors' Society

 

Welcome to the NWT Seniors’ Society’s website! We hope that you are able to find useful information about the resources and programs available for Seniors’ in the NWT.

 

Seniors’ Information Line: if you would like to speak to someone about a problem or if you need help with any program or service related to seniors, please call 867-920-7444 or toll free 1-800-661-0878 during working hours or leave a message.

 

Seniors and Elders Deserve Respect: Contact 1-866-223-7775 for 24 hour support or call your: Local RCMP if you need immediate assistance.

 

If you are looking for specific information regarding the abuse of older adults, please visit the NWT Network to prevent the abuse of older adults’ website:

                 

                                               www.nwtnetwork.com

 

Rebuild muscle with whey protein?

New Study Shows that Whey Protein is the Best Way for Older Adults to Rebuild Muscle Researchers found that whey protein supplementation expedited muscle recovery following inactivity in seniors while collagen protein did not. Original article provided by Whey Protein...

Woodland Manor in Hay River celebrates Grand Opening

HAY RIVER (October 5, 2018) – The new addition to Woodland Manor officially opened on Friday, October 5 in Hay River. The new addition and a renovation to a room in Woodland Manor replaces the ten long term care beds that were in the old H.H. Williams Memorial...

Sleep to live longer and healthier?

Sleep yourself to a longer, healthier life Original article by Mario Garrett on September 30th, 2018 Sleep is the best medicine. Although older adults need as many hours of sleep as younger adults – between seven to nine hours each night – we often hear the commonly...

Older women and heart failure risks

Walking tied to lower risk of heart failure in older women Original article written for Reuters Health by Lisa Rapport September 5, 2018 (Reuters Health) - Older women who exercise may be less likely to develop heart failure, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers...
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Get Help

Seniors’ Information Line: If you would like to speak to someone about a problem or if you need help with any program or service related to seniors, please call 867-920-7444 or toll free 1-800-661-0878 during working hours or leave a message.

Stay Safe

Seniors and Elders Deserve Respect: Contact 1-866-223-7775 for 24 hour support or call your Local RCMP if you need immediate assistance.

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