Kings County Seniors' Safety Society

Kings County Seniors' Safety Society

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During these challenging times, we need to make sure we care for our mental health while protecting our physical health.  We have partnered with Kingston Greenwood Mental Health Association and Berwick Community Gardens to make Grow Kits for seniors struggling with mental health and isolation. If you or someone you know could use an extra little pick me up, give us a call! (Contactless deliveries will be made in accordance with all public health guidelines and protocols).

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Check out this great partnership initiative Seniors’ Safety Programs have with the RCMP for Fraud Prevention Month! We have developed this Scam Alert Card to help raise awareness of gift card scams. If your business would like to get involved and help spread the word, Scam Alert Cards are available by calling our Program Coordinator, Michelle Parker at the Wolfville RCMP Detachment 902-542-3817.

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“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” - Aesop

On a chilly afternoon in Wolfville, the KCSSS was giving out FREE Hot Chocolate with Kings RCMP.

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Town of Wolfville:  Congratulations and thanks Wolfville - you 'crammed' 3 vehicles with gently used winter gear today outside the Fire Hall, all to be donated to Open Arms!  (Wolfville Fire Chief, Todd Crowell, Constable Jennifer Britton and Seniors Safety Coordinator, Michelle Parker pictured here cramming it in!)

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Memory Boot Camp

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Kings County Seniors' Safety Society Helps to make "fidget quilts" a reality
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Event November 14

Event November 7

Senior Abuse Awareness
"Senior Abuse Awareness"

Board Members, Funding Partners, Liaison Contacts and the Program Coordinator took time at the AGM of the KCSSS Board in June to promote one of the program projects addressing Senior Abuse Awareness.


Fraud Chat
"Fraud Chat" ~ March 14, 2019


Valentines Tea

COMPRESSED Munch Mingle

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Seniors are living longer and many are choosing to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Along with this trend comes the need for programs focused on providing for the safety, security and well-being needs of this fast-growing and significant-sized population.

Read The Article from the Valley Harvester, December 17, 2018 
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