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Senior and Caregiver Support

We believe in a connected and caring community where people actively care for one another. We recognize that seniors and caregivers play a crucial role in our families and our community, and we provide services that enhance their well being.


If you are a senior or a caregiver who is struggling with isolation, anxiety, depression, loss, life transition, or abuse, or if you need help managing your emotions or next steps in your life, our Registered Clinical Counsellor can help.  Contact us to get started. 

Volunteer Caring Connections for Seniors

Our dedicated and experienced volunteers provide individual support for seniors living with chronic or terminal illness or those who are feeling isolated or lonely. Volunteers can connect via weekly phone calls or walking companionship. Contact us for individual support.

Caregivers Connect Programs

We know caring for an aging family member or friend requires time, commitment, and compassion.  We also know caregiving can be stressful.  We provide free support, connections, resources, and referrals for family and friends caring for older adults who live at home.  

To find out about upcoming sessions or to access resources and support, contact Robin Rivers at 604-988-5281 ext. 233 or email

Caregivers Support Groups 

Connect with other caregivers in these welcoming support groups.  Experience support and community while you learn about topics related to seniors and caregiving. One group meets online and the other group meets in person. Both groups require registration. To learn more, or to register, contact us.

Grief Support Group

If you are struggling with the loss of someone close, our free 8-week support group can guide you through the process of grieving in a safe and nurturing setting, with others who have also experienced loss.  Facilitated by a Registered Clinical Counsellor.  This group requires registration.  Click here for details.

Supported by:

Family Services of the North Shore gratefully acknowledges funding from UWBC Healthy Aging Program, and our donors.     

Get Started

Robin Rivers, our Program Manager, is here to learn what you need and how we can support you.

Email now or call 604-988-5281 ext. 233
To hear others share their feelings made me realize that I was not alone.– Support Group client