Ontario Investing in New Seniors Active Living Centre in Innisfil

A new mobile community-based program keeping seniors fit, active and socially connected

Innisfil — The Ontario government is investing $20,483 to add a new Seniors Active Living Centre (SALC) Program in Innisfil.

“This is an exciting day for everyone in Innisfil,” said Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility. “This new Seniors Active Living Centre helps our seniors and people of all abilities continue to live healthy and independent lives.”

The new Innisfil Mobile Senior Active Living Centre will provide over 25 programs and services to keep seniors fit, active, healthy, socially connected, close to their homes across the region.

“I value and appreciate the contributions of seniors, who paved the way and established the fabric of our community,” said Andrea Khanjin, MPP for Barrie-Innisfil. “Our government’s initial investment of $20,483.33 for the Mobile Seniors Active Living Centre allows local seniors to stay healthy, fit and socially connected right here, in the Town of Innisfil.”

There are now 316 Seniors Active Living Centre programs across Ontario. Seniors and caregivers can use the online search tool to find a program in their community. 

“The Town of Innisfil is extremely grateful for the generous funding support,” says Mayor Lynn Dollin. “The introduction of the Mobile SALC program and its associated services has been met with enthusiasm from our local seniors, providing them with opportunities to remain active and socially connected.”

The Ontario government is continuing to make investments that expand access to programs and services for older adults and people with disabilities that meets their diverse range of needs, cultural backgrounds, interests and abilities. 

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