The Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre offers the following:
Individual advocacy and navigation counselling for seniors facing problems.
Policy advocacy to all levels of government.
Monthly information sessions for seniors about senior issues.
Monthly free blood pressure and blood glucose clinics.
Yearly Gala Luncheon for seniors with the awarding of the "70+ and Still Going Strong Award".
Assistance with the Age Friendly designation of the City of Prince Albert.
A new counselling service for First Nations/Metis Seniors
OTA TA YA YIN is a Cree expression for “This is the place I would like to be” or “In the Centre of things” of “This is where I like to hang out”. The OTA TA YA YIN concept is the place where Seniors would like to come to be
OTA TA YA YIN is an internal program of The Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre dedicated just for First Nations/Metis Elders (seniors).
If any First Nations/Metis seniors needs advocacy or navigation counselling, call our dedicated Case Worker, Marleen Lavoie, at 306-981- 6484. Counselling sessions are set by appointment.
This special service is financed by the Community Initiatives Fund.
Individuals with physical and/or mental challenges must be age 60+.
Individuals on full OAS, CPP, and/or GIS must be age 65+.
There are no age restrictions for our monthly information sessions, free blood pressure and blood glucose clinics.