What is SCOA?

The pandemic prevents many older adults from seeing their loved ones, accessing social events, shopping, exercise and other facets of daily life. Social isolation is a serious risk to health and wellness. The Saskatoon Council on Aging helps connect seniors with friends and loved ones as well as the community where they live.  

Tickets on sale now for our “Get Connected” 50/50 raffle! 50 percent of the proceeds go to support programs and services for older adults impacted by the pandemic.

Programs and Services include: 

  • Telephone visit program – Get matched with a friendly volunteer 
  • ZOOM technology – Learn how to use ZOOM 
  • Technology lessons – Learn how to use your Apple device
  • Monthly webinars – Hub Clubs and Coffee Chats, free to attend 
  • Resource Centre – Answers to questions are a phone call away! 
    and more!

Visit scoa.ca for more information

The Saskatoon Council on Aging is a non-profit organization that works on behalf of the approximately 79,000 older adults 55 and over in Saskatoon and area.