A series of community education sessions for those working with seniors gets underway Friday with a session on TransLink/Compass Card/HandyDart.

Seniors’ education series offered

Five-part series to cover TransLink, wills, housing, pensions, meal program and more.

A series of five community education sessions for those working with seniors gets underway this week at the Seniors Come Share Society in South Surrey.

The sessions – running from 1:30-3 p.m. on Fridays – will cover TransLink/Compass Card/Handy Dart (Feb. 19); wills/representation agreements (Feb. 26); BC Housing/SAFER (March 4); Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Supplement/Guaranteed Income Supplement (March 11); and, the home delivery program Better Meals (March 18).

The sessions are being offered free of charge, however, space is limited. To register, call 604-531-9400, ext. 204 or email info-referral@comeshare.ca

The Seniors Come Share Society is located at 15008 26 Ave.

 

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