Adults 55+, families, service providers, and students are invited to attend Ontario’s Premier Seniors' Conference & Information Fair. Highlights include guest speakers, exhibitors, networking opportunities, information services, and other valuable resources.
DATE: Tuesday November 7th, 2017
TIME: 9am – 3pm
LOCATION: Jamaican Canadian Associaton (995 Arrow Rd., North York ON, M9M 2Z5)
FREE Admission. (Lunch included in conference program for adults 55+)
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Louise Plouffe brings extensive experience in aging policy within Canada and internationally with the World Health Organization in her current role as the Research Director of the International Longevity Centre (ILC) Canada. As Senior Researcher for ILC Brazil, she played a leading role in international comparative policy research and advice. She conducted and guided policy research and analyses related to healthy aging for the Public Health Agency of Canada and the National Advisory Council on Aging for many years, and was a consultant on aging and health promotion to the World Health Organization, the Pan-American Health Organization and the European Commission.
Rev. Jeff Rock was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario. In high school he decided to live openly as a gay male. He graduated from McGill University, initially intending on a career as an AIDS researcher. He later decided he wanted to be a minister. After completing his seminary studies, he became the Pastor at a United Church in Red Deer, Alberta, where he worked with organizations such as the Central Alberta AIDS network and the Red Deer Interfaith Network. He was recently chosen as the new Senior Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto, which has the largest LGBTQ congregation in Canada, as well as an active Seniors Network.
Mr. John Rae, a totally-blind Toronto senior, has devoted his life to representing disabled Canadians as a speaker, writer and advocate. He has worked for the Ontario Government, held elective offices in Canada’s labour movement at the local, provincial and national level, and has participated actively in numerous community-based organizations dealing with disability, including the Council of Canadians with Disabilities and the Ontario Disability Support Program Action Coalition.
Other presenters include: West Neighbourhood House, Age Friendly Durham and Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. Interact with partner agencies and local businesses in Exhibitor Hall.
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999 Arrow Road
Toronto, M9W 2Z5
Categories: Upcoming Events
Starts: 2017-11-07 09:00:00
Ends: 2017-11-07 15:30:00
Ontario Society of Senior Citizens’ Organizations /La Société des Organisations des Citoyens Aînés de l’Ontario (OSSCO/SOCAO)
OSSCO/SOCAO is a provincially registered charity. Our tag line "Seniors transforming Ontario through wisdom, insight and experience" reflects our mission and membership.
Founded in 1986, our goal is to improve the quality of life for Ontario seniors through educational programs, research and public policy awareness. Member organizations and individuals represent senior citizen networks, alliances, groups as well as the non-profit, government and private sector organizations who support the diverse and multicultural seniors community.