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Adult 55+ Living in Caledon

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There are many Town and community programs, services and resources for adults aged 55 and over. Staff are regularly connecting with community partners and service providers to ensure relevant and timely udpates are shared with residents.


For general inquiries, please contact:

905.584.2272 x.4106


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News & Updates

Grocery Shopping with CCS

Get your Groceries with Caledon Community Services Transportation!

Bolton: Wednesday afternoons & Friday mornings

Orangeville: Tuesday mornings & Thursday afternoons.

Book your ride today: or 905-584-2300 ext. 217, 218, 221

Read More: Caledon Community Services Transportation


Save The Date! June 5th 2019Seniors Day 2018

     Thank you to everyone who participated in Seniors' Day on June 6th 2018!

      We look forward to seeing you all again next year on June 5th 2019!

       Seniors' Day 2018 Presentation : Read More 


Region of Peel - Seniors' Dental Program Seniors’ Dental Program

The Region of Peel is offering residents FREE basic dental care for seniors who meet the qualifications.

** The Program is currently accepting people for the waitlist - waiting times for acceptance into the program is approximately 3-4 months **

For more information, program qualifications or to put your name on the waiting list please go online to
Seniors' Dental Program or Call 905-799-7700 

Additional Dental Program available at the Toronto College of Dental Hygiene


CTV News - Older Adults Report a Higher Satisfaction with Life

Statistics Canada reports that Canadians living over the age of 65 have a higher level of life satisfaction according to a new study released.

See the full story here: CTV News


NEW!! Headwaters - Community Paramedic Program

A new Community Paramedic Program launched by Dufferin County Paramedic Service, in partnership with the Central West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and Headwaters, is making it easier for seniors, the disabled and people with chronic illnesses to get the care they need. The program provides patients with an alternative to their family doctor, walk-in clinics and the Emergency Department by offering preventative at-home health care visits.

Please go to Headwaters - Community Paramedic Program for more information


There is an exciting new program for seniors in the Dufferin Region!

Health TAPESTRY works to help people stay healthier for longer in the places where they live. We do this by bringing together health care teams, volunteers, the community and technology. Health TAPESTRY was developed and is led by the McMaster University Department of Family Medicine, partnering with the Canadian Red Cross and the Dufferin Area Family Health Team.

As a trained volunteer, you’ll connect with clients in their home to gather health and social information using an iPad and web applications and to discuss life and health goals. You will then relay this information and foster connections between the client and the community resources that will help them stay healthier longer. This is a flexible volunteer opportunity in which you will help improve the lives of older adults and be part of creating a healthier and more sustainable community.

For more information, please email

Adults 55+ Strategic Plan

Adult55+ Strategic Plan

Like many communities in Ontario and across the world, demographic shifts are expected and the Town of Caledon is prepared to cater to the changes that come with an aging population. 

The Adults 55+ Strategic Plan is a Council approved strategy that will help implement the tools and resources needed for Adults over the age of 55 to age in place.

For the full strategy: Adults 55+ Strategic Plan

Senior Task Force

Seniors' Task Force

A Task Force is a group of individuals, appointed by Council, assigned to a particular Project undertaken by the Town. The Seniors Task Force meets as required by staff and follows an informal approach to achieve the desired outcomes. Each Task Force adheres to the Terms of Reference approved by Council. Summary Notes and Task Force Meeting information will be posted as made available.

For more information: Seniors' Task Force

Ministry of Senior AffairsMinistry of Seniors Affairs

The Ministry supports, develops and delivers public services to improve the quality of life for seniors and helps them lead safe, engaged, active and healthy lives.

Learn More: Ministry of Seniors Affairs 

Annual Progress Report - 2017Adult 55+ Annual Progress Report - Year 2017

Every year the Town releases an annual report that outlines the progress and success throughout the year.

The most recent Adults 55+ Annual Report was released in November 2017 outlining a very successful and productive year. This report also indicates some key goals for the upcoming 2018 year. 

Details: Annual Progress Report - 2017

Universal Design FeaturesUniversal Design at the Town of Caledon                                    

The goal of universal design is to allow occupants to live safely, comfortably and independently. The new Universal Design Policy addresses a gap for seniors and others with accessibility issues. It allows those with changing needs to modify their home as needed, easily and cost-effectively.

Read the full article: CMHC Universal Design - Caledon

Age Friendly Planning Study

Age Friendly Planning Study

The purpose of the Age-Friendly Planning Study is to help make Caledon more age-friendly by developing appropriate Official Plan policies.

More info: Age-Friendly Planning


Aging with Confidence: Ontario's Action Plan for Seniors Ontario Supporting Seniors to Live Their Best Life

Every person in Ontario should be able to benefit from the opportunities the Province has to offer, no matter their age. The Province is taking action to make sure that all seniors are able to access the support they need at every stage of their life.

Read more: Government of Ontario Action Plan for Seniors