From email and word processing to internet browsing and e-books, Stewart Public Library is here to help you navigate the world of technology. Drop by the library or call at 236-749-2003 to arrange a 1:1 free lesson in an area of your choice.
Are you interested in finding some helpful websites that might be of interest to you as a senior?
We’ve done the work for you and have compiled a list! Just click on the links and start browsing!
http://www.retirewow.com/ Hundreds of articles on everything from retirement, health and spirituality
http://seniors.lovetoknow.com/Main_Page Lifestyle articles including interviews, fashion and crafts. A little bit of everything.
https://www.roadscholar.org/ Educational tours for all over the world
https://m.bbcanada.com/ Bed and Breakfast from all over Canada
http://www.snowbirds.org/ Canadian Snowbird Association
http://www.pc.gc.ca/en/index Parks Canada
https://gorving.ca/ RV information for travel across Canada
https://www.dietitians.ca/: Information for everything from meal planning, cooking and healthy eating
https://www2.gov.bc.ca: downloadable handbook for healthy eating for seniors in a variety of languages
http://www.chha.ca/chha/ Canadian Hard of Hearing Association
http://www.cnib.ca/en/Pages/default.aspx Canadian National Institution for the Blind
http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/seniors-aines/ Government of Canada Public Health for Seniors
http://www.alzheimer.ca/en/bc Support and information for caregivers as well as those living with Alzheimer/Dementia
https://www.seniorszen.com/ Assisted Living information and advice
https://www.thecareguide.com/?viewsection=home&viewpage=home: a comprehensive guide to retirement and assisted living in Canada
Canadian Benefits and Programs for Seniors
http://seniorsfirstbc.ca Advocacy and support for seniors living in BC as well as their caregivers
canadian benefits finder Find out what benefits you are entitled to by taking a short questionnaire