Age-Friendly Communities
Are Empowering Seniors to Thrive

An Age-Friendly Community is a place where seniors can age actively, live in security and enjoy good health – actions that will improve the quality of life for all citizens well into the future. When a community undertakes age-friendly initiatives, they’re creating a supportive environment where seniors are respected for the valuable contributions they make and where seniors are given a chance to let their strengths shine. This doesn’t just enhance the quality of life for individuals as they get older – it builds a community that’s more inclusive for everyone!


Featured Age-Friendly Community Resources

A whole collection of Seniors Resources is available to help you on your path to wellness.
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Communities Recognized as Age-Friendly Champions

New Brunswick’s Age-Friendly Recognition Program recognizes those municipalities and communities who have completed the first four steps based on the World Health Organization’s framework to become Age-Friendly:

  1. Secure official commitment to the Age-Friendly Community approach.
  2. Establish an Age-Friendly Steering Committee and engage the community.
  3. Conduct an age-friendly assessment.
  4. Establish a comprehensive action plan.

These steps take significant time and effort. Congratulations to the three successful recipients of the Age-Friendly Recognition Award for their commitment and leadership in becoming an Age-Friendly Community!

The 2017 award recipients are: City of Moncton, Municipalité régionale de Tracadie and Communauté rurale de Cocagne. Click on the badges on the map to read their amazing stories. Plus, check out the featured Age-Friendly Community Resources.

In an effort to facilitate communities working together and supporting one another on their age-friendly initiatives, The Wellness Movement would like to applaud those communities who are working hard and are well on their way to becoming age-friendly. We hope this map will help communities to reach out to one another for encouragement and share resources along the journey.

2017 Age-Friendly Recognition Award Recipients

2017 Age-Friendly Recognition Award Recipients

Communities who have achieved a minimum of the second milestone as per the Age-Friendly Award criteria

Communities who have achieved a minimum of the second milestone  as per the Age-Friendly  Award criteria
  • Bas-Caraquet
  • Bathurst
  • Beresford
  • Dieppe
  • Edmundston
  • Fredericton
  • Grand Bay-Westfield
  • Grand-Sault
  • Kedgwick
  • Maisonnette
  • Memramcook
  • Miramichi
  • New Maryland
  • Paquetville
  • Rothesay
  • Saint Andrews
  • Saint-Antoine
  • Saint-Quentin
  • Shediac

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