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Samantha Rodeck

Executive Director, Transportation Options Network for Seniors (TONS)

Linda Brown

Active Aging Consultant, AAIM

Karin Whalen

Executive Director, Active Aging in Manitoba

Michelle Depner

Registered Dietician

Sherrill-Lee Hyra

Health Promotion Coordinator

Kate Schroeder

Senior Manager, Compliance

Dr. Paul Conyette

Recreation Therapist, Naturopathic Doctor

Mark Mercure


Silvana Buccini

Consumer Services/Protection Officer

Stephen Branigan

Meighan Haddad LLP

Melanie Hellyer

Healthy Living Facilitator - Community Liason

Dr. Michael Yellowbird

University of Manitoba

Stacy Senkbeil

Lawyer, Meighan Haddad LLP

Marlee Shloush


Angela Hourie

Civil Service Specialist

Dr. Amine Choukou

Assistant Professor, College of Rehabilitation Sciences

Nikki Dean

Health Promotion Coordinator

Chris Cooper

Art Gallery of SouthWestern Manitoba

Deirdre Chisholm

Art Gallery of SouthWestern Manitoba

Nancy Tregunna

Innovations and Quality Improvement Specialist-Prairie Mountain Health

Chantal Morais

Registered Dietician, PMH

Karen Larocque

Registered Dietician, PMH

Luanne Dueck-Plett

Community Mental Health

Dr. Elizabeth Rhynold

Geriatric Medicine Specialist, Prairie Mountain Health

Health Checks – There’s a whole lot of living left to do. Our mission is defined as Aging in Place with a checklist that focuses on the following sections: Health, Connections, Home, Safety, Transportation, Supports and Services, Finances and Community.

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A & O Support Services

A & O: Support Services for Older Adults is a not-for-profit organization that provides specialized services for older Manitobans across the province. The goal of these programs is to empower and support older adults in the community.

Active Aging in Manitoba

AAIM envisions a society where all older Manitobans are leading active lifestyles, thereby contributing to their physical and overall well-being.

Age Friendly Brandon

Working together for an age-friendly Brandon!

Age Friendly Manitoba

Committed to improving the quality of life for all Manitobans

Alzheimer Society of Manitoba

We have a dream of what the future will look like for people with dementia and their families.

Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba leads and inspires community engagement through contemporary art exhibitions, education, and events.

Arthritis Society

The Arthritis Society is a national health charity, fueled by donors and volunteers, with a vision to live in a world where people are free from the devastating effects that arthritis has on lives.

Brandon Friendship Centre

Brandon Friendship Centre Inc.'s mission statement is "to provide programs and services to ​all people with an initial emphasis on Indigenous people".

Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation

The Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation is committed to raising funds to support healthcare needs in the region.

Brandon Seniors for Seniors

Brandon Seniors for Seniors Co-op Inc. welcomes all seniors to our programs and events.

Brandon University

You are never to young to teach, never too old to learn.

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - MB Chapter

The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) Manitoba Chapter is a not-for-profit organization run by and for people who are hard of hearing.

Centre on Aging - University of Manitoba

The Centre with its partners generates, supports, and promotes interdisciplinary research on aging at Manitoba universities to improve the lives of older adults, their family, caregivers, and communities.

City of Brandon - Parks & Recreation Service

Parks & Recreation Service's mandate is to improve the quality of life for our residents. Through programming, events, amenities, and greenspaces our goal is to offer something for everyone.

Manitoba Association of Optometrists

The Manitoba Association of Optometrists (MAO) is the regulatory and licensing body for the practice of optometry in Manitoba.

Manitoba Association of Senior Centres

The Association is a provincial focal point to facilitate communication, networking and planning among senior centres and raise their profiles.

Manitoba Dental Association

Good senior dental care may help prevent common problems, like toothaches, gum disease, and tooth loss.

Manitoba Possible

We believe an inclusive and accessible society is possible.

Mood Disorders of Manitoba

Helping people help themselves.

Parkinson Canada

Parkinson’s is the world’s fastest growing neurological disease. Canada has some of the world's highest rates, and it is growing quickly. You need support. You need a cure.

Prairie Mountain Health

Based on the needs of the community, a wide range of support services are available to support health and well being.

Prevent Elder Abuse Manitoba

COLLABORATE with us by receiving our newsletter and sharing it with others so we can increase awareness about elder abuse.

Samaritan House Ministries

Labouring together with one vision - to help those in need

SERC - Sexuality Educations Resource Centre

Promoting sexual health through education

Transportation Options for Seniors (TONS)

Our mission is to inform and educate Manitobans on transportation options that enhance quality of life and promote age-friendly communities.

United Way - Brandon & District

United - one step at a time

Western Manitoba Regional Library

The most valuable thing in your wallet is your library card

Westman Aphasia

Communication is more... than just words

Westman Immigrant Services

Assisting People from Around the World