Driving and Transportation
Driving – Click Here
Get information about renewing your existing driver’s licence and renewing your licence once you reach 80. Find out about driver education, accessible parking permits and veteran graphic licence plates.
Find more information about driving and transportation services – Click Here
Government Pensions, Tax Credits and Benefits
Federal Government Pensions – Click Here
Information on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security pension and related benefits, the Canadian retirement income calculator and retirement planning.
Ontario’s Tax Credits and Benefits – Click Here
Find out if you are eligible for a tax credit such as the Ontario Senior Homeowners’ Property Tax Grant, Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit, strong Communities Rent supplement Program and other tax credit and benefit programs.
Federal Tax Information – Click Here
Visit the Canada Revenue Agency for more information about the federal tax credits and benefits for seniors.
Pensions and Benefits for Veterans – Click Here
As a veteran or a surviving spouse or child of a veteran you may be eligible for additional pensions and/or allowances.
Canada Benefits – Click Here
Find more information on federal and provincial services and benefits that are available for seniors in Ontario.
Health and Wellness
Advance Care Planning – Click Here
Advance care planning is about making choices now on how you wish to be cared in the future if you become incapable of making your own decisions.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias – Click Here
Find links to learn about the Finding Your Way Wandering Prevention Program and Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Health Care Programs and Services – Click Here
Find links to different Ontario government health care programs and services.
Physical Activity – Click Here
Find links to information about active living and tips on how to increase your activity as you age.
Home and Community
Community – Click Here
Here’s where you will find links to community services, including recreation centres and community care access centres. Find out about volunteering and how to get a congratulatory message to mark a special occasion.
Home – Click Here
Find out about the various types of housing available in Ontario and learn about housing tax credits and benefits.
Safety, Security and Legal Matters
Consumer Protection – Click Here
Learn about fraud and crime prevention and find about your rights and protection under the Consumer Protection Act.
Emergency Services – Click Here
Learn how to prepare for an emergency whether it’s an ice storm, a power outage or natural disaster.
Legal Matters – Click Here
Learn about advance care planning, power of attorney, wills and estates, and what to do when someone dies.
Personal Safety – Click Here
Get information about elder abuse, a wandering prevention program and other senior safety issues.
Resources for Seniors’ Organizations and other Links
Age-Friendly Communities – Click Here
Learn about the tools to help communities asses their Age-Friendliness and identify where and how they can become more Age-Friendly.
Elder Abuse Strategy – Click Here
Learn about Ontario’s Strategy to Combat Elder Abuse.
Seniors: Active, Engaged, Informed – Click Here
Information to help you stay active, healthy and maintain independence in your own home.
Funding and Grants – Click Here
Get information about funding and grant programs available to seniors’ organizations.
Honouring Seniors – Click Here
Learn how to honour seniors in your community.
Seminars for Seniors – Click Here
Find our how you can host a seminar for seniors in your community.
Seniors’ Month – Click Here
Find out about Seniors’ Month, Ontario’s annual celebration.
211 Ontario – Click Here
Call 2-1-1, or visit their website, for information about government and local community programs and services. Available 24 hours a day in over 150 languages.
Etobicoke Services for Seniors – Click Here
A not-for-profit community support agency that has been serving seniors, older adults with disabilities, families, and caregivers in the Etobicoke community since 1983.