Services for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Programs have been developed to support the needs of housebound seniors and people with disabilities so they can live independently. If you are a senior or person with a disability in need of our services, please contact us.
Programs for Seniors and People with Disabilities
A volunteer will call on Sundays to take your order and do your shopping at the local IGA. You must be available all day Tuesday to receive your delivery of groceries from IGA and pay by credit card or cheque.
A volunteer provides companionship for you through regular ongoing visits.
Volunteer Phone Buddy
A volunteer will call weekly to chat and check on your wellbeing.
Volunteer Shopping Buddy
Visit Brentwood or Lougheed Town Centre on Mondays or Metrotown on Thursdays. A volunteer will meet you and assist with your shopping and banking needs or to have a coffee and visit. Free wheelchairs are available if you need help getting around. Staff will arrange for HandyDART to get you to and from the mall.
Gadabout Bus Trips
Volunteers will drive you to and from the bus and accompany you on a three hour outing. Staff have First Aid Training.
Enjoy a tasty lunch at the local community centre and make new friends at this volunteer hosted event. A volunteer driver will pick you up and take you home after the luncheon.
Burnaby Senior Citizens’ Resource Guide
This is the only complete senior’s guide in the Lower Mainland that includes information about programs, benefits, agencies and services available to seniors. This free large print book is available at Burnaby Public Libraries, Senior’s Centres or by calling our office at 604-294-7980.