The Wellness Movement for seniors is growing in New Brunswick!
This web page connects you with local wellness groups, tools and resources catered to and designed for seniors’ wellness.
Make sure to have a look at the Wellness Events Calendar to find out about activities, walking groups, 50+ health clinics and other wellness activities that might interest you!
Remember that New Brunswick now has a toll-free number for seniors, their families and caregivers who are looking for information on government programs and services. Please call
1-855-550-0552 Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Service is offered in both languages.
Wellness Resources for Seniors
For wellness resources and tools to help you in your path to wellness at home, at school, at work and as a community, click here to biew the complete resources library.
The Age Friendly Community movement encourages the establishment of policies, services, and structures that promote healthy aging and wellness. These actions enable seniors to live in secure, healthy environments where they can contribute fully in society. The New Brunswick Age-Friendly Recognition Program recognizes success and encourages communities and municipalities to take sustainable action towards becoming Age-Friendly. To be recognized for their Age-Friendly efforts, communities must complete 4 basic steps based on the WHO framework. These steps demonstrate a community’s commitment to Age-Friendly principles through community engagement, and action. Each step is designed to help communities increase awareness, and gather support from key partners (e.g citizens, local agencies, non-government organizations, and local business).
Creating environments that support seniors to live healthy, active and safe lives and participate fully as valued members within their communities is one of the most effective approaches to address issues related to the aging demographic trend. This guide will be a useful tool for anyone who undertakes an AFC initiative. It provides direction regarding the broad principles and parameters recommended by the World Health Organization, but within a New Burnswick context. The intent is to encourage the AFC movement to take rout in all New Brunswick communities
A bookmark developed to help promote The Wellness Movement for Seniors in New Brunswick, the Aging Well initiative and the New Brunswick Seniors Tool-free number. A number of paper copies are available by contacting The Wellness Movement, but this document was prepared for any group or organization to print it double-sided on any standard Letter format (8½” by 11”) printer and cut to produce “homemade” bookmarks.
A poster designed to help promote The Wellness Movement for Seniors in New Brunswick, the Aging Well initiative and the New Brunswick Seniors Tool-free number. A number of paper copies are available by contacting The Wellness Movement, but this document was prepared for any group or organization to print it on a standard printer to produce “homemade” posters and contribute to promoting seniors wellness. Current document format is Tabloid (11” by 17”), but can be reduced to Letter format (8½” by 11”) by changing the print settings.