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Active Aging in Manitoba

Welcome to Active Aging in Manitoba. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of active aging opportunities, inspiring active lifestyles for all older Manitobans. With active aging, older adults can enhance their health and mobility, and participate in their community. We’re the provincial organization responsible for the planning and implementation of the annual Manitoba 55+ Games and Active Aging Week  embedded into October’s Seniors and Elders month. 

Support Active Aging in your Community Today

Welcome to Active Aging in Manitoba. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of active aging opportunities, inspiring active lifestyles for all older Manitobans. With active aging, older adults can enhance their health and mobility, and participate in their community. We’re the provincial organization responsible for the planning and implementation of the annual Manitoba 55+ Games and Active Aging Week  embedded into October’s Seniors and Elders month. 

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Looking for a VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY?

Active Aging in Manitoba is always looking for volunteers & peer leaders for its current and future programs: The Manitoba 55+ Games, Steppin’ Up with Confidence, and Presentations (healthy aging and wellness topics). Please contact the AAIM office for more information: 204-632-3947 or [email protected].
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Current Programs

Through inspiring healthy lifestyles, we want to inform and empower Manitobans about how to embrace healthy active aging. A healthy, active lifestyle can help extend your life, improve your quality of life, and reduce disability and chronic disease.

At AAIM, we offer information, resources, and programs to help you get started. With our programs, we aim to change ideas about aging. We promote an active approach that’s healthy, social, and physical. Our trained volunteers offer the following programs:

Presentations

Our presentations are led by trained older adult volunteers. Learn about topics regarding healthy aging and wellness.
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SUWC

Steppin’ Up with Confidence is a program of Active Aging in Manitoba and was developed in partnership with the Manitoba Fitness Council, Winnipeg in Motion and the University of Manitoba.
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Peer Leaders

We rely on our volunteers to keep things running smoothly at AAIM and help us broaden our reach throughout the province; they work hard to keep aging Manitobans active! If you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity, contact our office. We provide the training, you bring enthusiasm and passion.
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Webinars

Stay connected and informed with our online Webinars. We offer free educational resources to help Manitobans learn more about aging actively. Be sure to check back often to see our latest Webinars!
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Manitoba 55+ Games

At Active Aging in Manitoba, we’re proud to host the largest multi-sport event in Manitoba for those 55+. This multi-sport event combines social activity, entertainment, and exercise. The Games are a fun and enriching experience for spectators, volunteers, and participants.

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Aging Well Together

Aging Well Together is a partnership working to reduce social isolation among older Winnipeggers.
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Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge we are gathered on Treaty 1 Territory, and that Manitoba is located on the Treaty Territories and ancestral lands of Anishinaabeg, Anishininewuk, Dakota Oyate, Denesuline and Nehethowuk.

We acknowledge part of Manitoba is located on the homeland of the Red River Métis. We acknowledge northern Manitoba includes lands that were and are the ancestral lands of the Inuit.

We remain committed to working in partnership with the Indigenous peoples in the spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration in accordance with their constitutional rights and human rights.

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