During the pandemic, many older adults sought more opportunities for interactive digital training, creative digital enrichment, meaningful online engagement and digital arts playtime. Most organizations have continued online programming to sustain contact with those at risk of isolation, especially during the winter months. Like many others, our facilitators, associates and volunteers will continue to work from home while learning new digital skills and exploring new ways to adapt existing technologies for creative self expression and online community connections. Announcements for Online Facilitator Training will be distributed in June 2023,
We utilize and share our creative resources (developed by older adults for older adults) as powerful interventions to reduce social isolation and strengthen healthy community connections. We help empower older adults to build creative communities within existing communities. Using cross-sector strategies, we help facilitate enduring community partnerships in urban and rural areas.
Seniors Art Link – Open Studio Sessions
Join us online – in 2023-24 we’ll shift focus to creative digital arts and our new online platform SeniorsArtLink.com developed in partnership with Hamilton’s Centre  for Artistic and Social Practice and funded by New Horizons for Seniors Canada.
Starting June 2023: Online Facilitator Training Program.