Surrey Seniors

Surrey boasts one of the largest seniors’ populations in B.C.  There are multiple ways for our older residents to stay active and continue to be a major part of our community.

Centre for Active Living – the Peace Arch Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program helps participants manage chronic disease by focusing on exercise, diet and lifestyle.

Services for Seniors – find federal and provincial information about the services, benefits, program and initiatives available to seniors in British Columbians.

Seniors Action Plan – the Ministry of Health’s plan for improving the home and community care system for B.C. seniors.

Community Organizations:
Surrey-Delta Indo-Canadian Seniors Society
 – offers recreation programs and services for those age 55 and over, in Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English. Some of the services offered include financial counselling, cultural gatherings, meditation groups and immigration advice.

Cloverdale and South Surrey Senior Activities and Recreation – a great way to keep active and stay connected to the community.

Seniors Come Share Society – Adult day programs.

Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) – non-profit organization focused on issues like affordable and timely health care, pension reform, the elimination of elder abuse, the rights of older workers and drivers, and consumer protection.

Kent Street Activity Centre – offers activities and resources for adults 55+.

Sources Senior Services Programs – local services designed to support seniors who live independently.