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1. Emergency Services and Public Safety

1.1. Emergency Preparedness

1.1.1. Emergency Survival kit

1.1.2. Fmily Emergency Plan

1.1.3. Emergency Alerts

1.2. Elder Abuse

1.2.1. Financial

1.2.2. Emotional

1.2.3. Physical

1.2.4. Sexual Abuse or Neglect

2. Safety and Security

2.1. Consumers Protection

2.1.1. Spend Wisely

2.1.2. Door to Door Salespeople

2.1.3. Home Renovations

2.1.4. Identify Theft

2.1.4.1. Social Insurance numbers

2.1.4.2. Driver licence numbers

2.1.4.3. Credit Card and banking information

2.2. Legal Matters

2.2.1. Meeting your Legal Needs

2.2.1.1. Family or Criminal matters

2.2.1.2. Civil Litigation

2.2.1.3. Wills

2.2.1.4. Power of Attorney

2.2.2. Law Society Referral Service

2.2.2.1. Referrals to duty counsel

2.2.2.2. Lawyer or licensed paralegal

2.2.3. Legal Aid Ontario

2.2.3.1. Community legal clinics

2.2.3.2. Information duty counsel

2.2.3.3. Legal Aid Staff

2.2.4. Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

2.2.4.1. Low income seniors with legal seniors

2.2.4.1.1. Group Clients

2.2.4.1.2. Public legal education

2.2.4.1.3. Law reform and community development activities

2.2.4.2. Community Legal Education Ontario

2.2.4.2.1. Elder Abuse

2.2.4.2.2. Power Attorney

2.3. Community Support Services

2.3.1. Dealing with dissolved corporation

2.3.2. Protecting mentally incapable people

2.3.3. Protecting the public interest in charities

2.3.4. Investing perpetual care funds

3. Active Living

3.1. Community Activities

3.1.1. Service Club

3.1.2. Community and Seniors Centres

3.1.3. Cultural Centres

3.1.4. Places of Worship

3.1.5. Public Libraries

3.2. Sports and Recreation

3.2.1. Ontario Senior Games

3.2.2. Ontario Parks

3.2.3. Community Services

3.3. Travel

3.3.1. Travelling in Ontario

3.3.2. Retirement Abroad

3.3.2.1. Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

3.3.2.2. International Trade Publication Retirement Abroad

3.4. Volunteering

3.4.1. Volunteer Cenre Network

3.4.2. Volunteer Canada

3.4.3. Community Volunteer Income Tax Program

3.5. Recognizing seniors contribuition

4. Transportation

4.1. Driving

4.1.1. Courses for Mature Drives

4.1.2. Drivers License Renewal

4.1.3. Senior Driver Renewal Program

4.1.4. Driver Examination Centres

4.1.5. Accessible Parking Permit

4.2. Alternatives to Driving

4.2.1. Warning Signs

4.2.2. Alternatives

4.2.3. Buying or Selling Vehicles

4.2.3.1. Used Vehicle Information Package

4.3. Public Transportation

4.3.1. Volunteer Drivers

4.3.2. GO Transit

4.4. For Veterans

4.4.1. Veteran Graphic License Plate

4.4.2. Veteran Plate Eligibility Certification

4.4.3. Royal Canadian Legion

4.4.4. Ontario Provincial Command

5. Housing Complexes

5.1. Home Adaptation

5.1.1. Self Assessment Guide

5.1.2. Accessible Housing

5.1.3. Preventing Falls

5.1.4. Housing Corporation

5.2. Emergency Rental Assistance

5.3. Lndlord and Tenant Relations

5.4. Financial Assistant Programs

5.4.1. Ontario Renovates

5.4.2. Senior and/or Disabled Property Tax Relief

5.4.3. Property Tax Relief for Low-Income Seniors

5.4.4. Provincial Land Tax Deferral Program for Low-Income Seniors

5.5. Housing Options

5.5.1. Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)

5.5.2. Community Health Nurse

5.5.3. Community Houses

5.5.3.1. Life Lease Housing

5.5.3.2. Retirement Homes

5.5.3.3. Supportive Housing

5.5.3.4. Adult Lifestyle Communities

5.5.4. Social worker in a geriatric centre or in a family counselling agency

6. Healthy living and Caregiving

6.1. Mental Health and Addictions

6.1.1. Specialized Geriatric Mental Health Programs

6.1.2. Inpatient and Outpatient Services at Hospitals

6.1.3. Centre of Addiction and Mental Health

6.1.4. Canadian Mental Health Association

6.2. Healthcare programs and services

6.2.1. Ontario Health Insurance Plan

6.2.2. Ontario Drug Benefit Program

6.2.3. Assistive Devices Program

6.2.4. Regional Geriatric Program

6.2.5. Hearing Care Counselling Program

6.3. Ambulance Services

6.3.1. Valid Health Card

6.3.2. Ontario Medical Facilities

6.4. Nutrition

6.4.1. Multivitamins

6.4.2. Limit Sodium Contents

6.4.3. Proper Hydrates

7. Finances

7.1. Taxes

7.1.1. Good and Services Tax (GST)

7.1.2. Refundable Credit Tax

7.2. Financial Planning

7.2.1. Tax Free Saving Account

7.2.2. Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)

7.2.3. Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)

7.2.4. Other Investments

7.2.4.1. Ontario Security Comission (OSC)

7.2.4.2. Mutual Funds

7.2.4.3. Insurance Companies

7.3. Financial Assistance

7.3.1. Old age Security

7.3.2. Guaranteed Income Supplement

7.3.3. Allowance for the Survivors

7.4. Pension and Other Benefits

7.4.1. Old Age Security Pension

7.4.2. Guaranteed Income Supplement

7.4.3. Widow Pension Services

7.4.4. Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Retirement Pension

7.4.4.1. Disability Benefits

7.4.4.2. Survivor Benefits

7.4.4.3. Pension Sharing

7.4.4.4. International Benefits

8. Employment

8.1. Integrated employment and training network

8.2. Employment Services

8.2.1. Employment Standard Act

8.2.2. Job Bank

8.3. Employment Programs

8.3.1. Self - Employment Benefit Program

8.3.2. Job Creation Partnerships

8.3.3. Second Career

8.4. National Job posting for Seniors

9. Sports and Recreation

9.1. Daily Physical Activities

9.2. Seniors Games

9.2.1. Multi-event provincial competition

9.2.2. Fishing and Hunting

9.3. Lifelong Learning

9.3.1. Continuing and Distance Education

9.3.2. Independent Learning Centre

9.3.3. Computer Training

9.4. Regular Exercise