The OGA, established in 1982, is a registered charitable organization committed to working with all stakeholders to improve the quality of life of older adults by advancing the teaching, learning and practice of gerontology, in the province of Ontario.

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Aging 2016

Our conference provides an excellent forum for learning, networking, and sharing through keynote speaker presentations, workshops and concurrent sessions. It will inspire you to build on your work and provide new ways of transforming and shaping the care and services ohttps://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/ocsa/home/f older people.

November 2015: What’s New?

Ontario Accepting Applications for Seniors Community Grants

Ontario is now accepting applications for the 2016 Seniors Community Grant Program to help more seniors stay active and engaged in their communities.

L’Ontario accepte les demandes de subventions aux projets communautaires pour l’inclusion des personnes âgées

L’Ontario accepte maintenant les demandes en vertu du Programme de subventions aux projets communautaires pour l’inclusion des personnes âgées pour 2016, afin d’aider un plus grand nombre de personnes âgées à rester actives et impliquées dans leurs collectivités.

September 2015: What’s New?

Registration is Now Open!
OCSA Ontario Community Support Association 2015 Conference
Leading the Shift: The Power of Thinking Differently
October 21 and 22, 2015 – Markham Hilton Suites
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August 2015: What’s New?

Ontario Government Announces Expansion of the Compassionate Care Benefit

Better compassionate support for caregivers
Liberal Announcement – Compassionate Care Benefits

Four Recent Technology Announcements That Benefit Older Adults

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Registration is Now Open!
Mount Sinai and the University Health Network Hospitals 2015 Geriatrics Update
October 30th and 31st, 2015
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Registration is Now Open!
Canadian Home Care Technology Conference
September 30th, 2015
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Registration is Now Open
CAG2015: From Possibility to Practice in Aging
October 23-25, 2015 in Calgary
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Falls Prevention Picture

Join us in November 

Falls are a serious issue for older adults. One in three older adults fall each year. Older Canadians are more likely to suffer an injury from falling than the rest of the population1. Canada spends $6.2 billion per year addressing fall-related injuries despite the fact that falls in older adults are predictable and preventable2. We are declaring November 2015 to be a month where we pool our collective efforts to prevent falls and injuries from falls in older adults. Let’s raise the profile of fall prevention and help everyone see their part in keeping our seniors healthy and active.  Click here to download the toolkit.

It takes a community to prevent a fall. We all have a role to play!


July 2015: What’s New?

Ontario to Overhall Health Secrecy Law

June 2015: What’s New?

2015 Seniors Housing Report courtesy of CHMC

Webinar: Housing Options for People Living with Dementia (pdf guide) courtesy of CHMC

June 15th is the 10th anniversary of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Get the tools to prevent elder abuse. Resources here. Tweet #WEAAD.

Video: GPS tracking devices bring peace of mind.

Follow OGA on Facebook! Today’s post – Please stop using the “F” word (that’s “F” for “facility”)

May 2015: What’s New?

Some posters and presentations from our Conference are now available!

Positive Aging Award winners.

Mr. Pyarali and Mrs. Gulshan Nanji receive the 2015 Positive Aging Award from Minister Sergio, April 21st 2015.

The reviews are in, the OGA Conference: Aging 2015: Innovations in Care, Networks and Communities was a resounding success! We’d like to thank all the participants: delegates, exhibitors, sponsors and suppliers. Our “Save the Date” flyer will be coming soon!

Local couple awarded for philanthropy, leadership in Ismaili Muslim community

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