$2 million helps support seniors to stay at home longer

Announcement.gifBC’s Health Minister Terry Lake announced an additional $2 million in funding for United Way's Better at Home program on Friday, June 13, 2014 in Kamloops. United Way of the Lower Mainland is grateful for the additional funding. The funding will be used to enhance and support Better at HomeRead more about the provincial investment

 
Partnerships build community and friendships

Semiahmoo-House-volunteer-rounded.gifThe unique partnerships built within the walls of South Surrey/White Rock Better at Home not only focus on providing excellent service for seniors, they also create lasting friendships. Read more here




 
Keeping seniors active and connected

Margaret-Molnar-1_rounded120x120.jpgOne South Okanagan resident was homebound, until her connection with Better at Home helped her change her living situation and become mobile again. Read about her story here



 

 

For more information, please contact Better at Home Program Communications - Camille J Hannah at 604.268.1312 or camilleh@betterathome.ca


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Christien Kaaij
Provincial Project Manager
Better at Home

 
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