Connection. Celebration. Engagement. Leadership.
Older Adults & Seniors
Staying active together
Our award-winning seniors program is a thriving, vibrant part of our Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House family. The goal of the program is to promote health and wellness, build supportive social relationships and create cross-cultural understanding and harmony by providing a variety of organized activities for seniors from our diverse neighbourhood.
Senior Leadership, Education, Activity and Participation (LEAP) program
Leadership, education, activity and participation, supported by volunteers, outreach and social workshops takes physical activities, walking clubs and seniors peer support programs to the next level. Offered in multiple locations to increase independence, promote social networks, and active aging. This program is funded by United Way and delivered by MPNH.
You can find all our programs and events for seniors and older adults in our events calendar, below.
Mount Pleasant Community Response Network (CRN)
The Mount Pleasant CRN Vision: We are a network that is productive, visible and diverse, driven by the voices of older adults in Mount Pleasant. We are committed to creating a neighbourhood where older adults are empowered, living healthy, safe and fulfilling lives. Please contact Shaelee for more information.
Events & Programs
Events for July 19, 2019 › Seniors & Older Adults (55+)
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Master daily conversational English used in diverse scenarios with Nancy, our native English-speaking ESL teacher. To register please contact Jessie Huang: 604.879.8208 ext 105 | firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Join us for a bus trip and picnic at the scenic Capilano River Salmon Hatchery. Enjoy spending time in nature, and learn more about how the fish hatchery works. The cost is $8/person. Please bring your water bottle and a snack to share Meet at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House at 9:45 am. Bus leaves at […]Find out more »
MPNH invites community members to join us for a healthy multigenerational social lunch in the East Hall. Please notify us in advance if you have special dietary needs. Cost: $5 per person for lunch or $20 for 5 lunches (with pre-purchased punch card) Contact: Mike Volker, Director of Core Programs and Operations, email@example.com, 604.879.8208 ext […]Find out more »
Participants will build their skills in self-care, including stress management, illness prevention and positive and healthy living. Self-care is about identifying your own needs and finding effective means of meeting those needs. The Seniors Peers Support Group also provides a safe space and environment to share your own unique knowledge and experiences. Each session is […]Find out more »
Learn basic computer skills with us, and stay connected! Everyone is welcome. Limited seats. Website browsing Online learning Keyboarding practice Using maps online For registration, please contact Jessie Huang: 604.879.8208 ext 105 | firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
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Director of Cmmunity Programs
604.879.8208 ext 138
Help people from 40+ countries, many First Nations, and all generations make the most of of life at our House.