CHAM Healthy aging workshops
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Past CHAM events

In 2016 and 2017, CHAM held workshops in Winnipeg and Brandon. These workshops focused on the Global Strategy and Action Plan. The purpose of the workshops was to gain perspectives on healthy aging in the province of Manitoba.

In 2018, CHAM facilitated a series of workshops in various locations in Manitoba:

Gimli May 31
Winkler September 13
Thompson September 26
Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes October 15

Participants were asked to discuss what Manitoba is doing well and what could be improved with each of the following three strategic areas from the Global Strategy and Action Plan: age-friendly environments, health systems, and long-term care.

For the 2018 events, almost 100 participants contributed their input at the 2.5 hour workshops. Those attending the events included: older adults, health care practitioners, policy makers, employees from regional health authorities, and those working with organizations associated with older people.


Brandon Symposium Workshop 2016

The Centre on Aging, in collaboration with the Manitoba Association of Senior Centres, hosted a half day presentation and discussions on reports by the World Health Organization and Province of Manitoba on health and aging.

CHAM activities

Challenges faced by senior women  |  French translation
Submission to the Standing Committee on the Status of Women
CHAM submission: March 29, 2019


2018 Provincial Consultations on Healthy Aging
Published January 28, 2019

This report summarizes the comments received across all 2018 sites for each of the strategic areas from the Global Strategy and Action Plan: age-friendly environments, health systems, and long-term care.


Submission for the Advancing inclusion and quality of life for seniors
CHAM submission: October 12, 2017

Report submitted to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities

The University of Manitoba is committed to achieving accessibility for those disabled by barriers. Please contact the Centre by email at coaman@umanitoba.ca or call 204-474-8754 in advance if you require any accessibility accommodations to participate.