Province commits $4 million to enhance Better at Home

Symposium sign bigger.jpgHealth Minister Terry Lake announced $4 million in funding to United Way of the Lower Mainland for the continuation and expansion of Better at Home. Minister Lake announced the new funding on Friday June 12, 2015 at the Kamloops Seniors Symposium, which is co-hosted by Oncore Services, lead organization for the Kamloops Better at Home program. 

Read more about the provincial investment here  

 
Six rural and remote communities funded as pilot programs

ruralandremoteprojects.jpgUnited Way’s Better at Home program initially explored five locations for the Rural and Remote Pilot Project. Six communities have since received funding and are setting up their pilot programs. 

Read about the rural and remote pilots here

 
 
Better at Home programs positioned to access more funding

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Almost half of Better at Home programs are now eligible to receive more funding based on community characteristics and need.

Read about the new funding model here

 
 
In The News - Helping to close the gap

Indo-Canadian woman PC (Small).jpgBetter at Home strives to provide seniors a hand with simple day-to-day tasks in the non-medical spectrum to help close the gap on home care support for seniors. 

Read more here

 
 
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