Past Webinars:

Mental Health: Strengthening Your Response to Stress

Kick-off your self-care with Kamara Tayo-Jones, Social Work Therapist. Focus on your mental wellbeing, identify sources, and learn strategies that can help you make changes to improve your life.

Be Winter Active: Don’t Hibernate!

  • Gain a better understanding of the health benefits of being outdoors in the winter
  • Enjoy winter activities safely and comfortably as we age
  • Learn some practical tips to enjoy your time outdoors in a Winnipeg winter
  • Explore some new winter activities to keep you moving all winter!

Facilitator: Barret Miller

Communities, Parks and People – How to Live Older, Healthier and Happier Lives

Learn the health benefits of connecting with nature, the importance of environmental stewardship and sustainable mobility. Discover green spaces close to home along with activities that you can do safely.

About the facilitator:

Gil (Guillermo) Penalosa, MBA, PhDhc, CSP

Founder and Chair, 8 80 Cities
Ambassador, World Urban Parks
President, Gil Penalosa & Associates
Founder and Advocate, Our Third Act

Past Webinars:

Surviving Chronic Pain: For You and Your Loved One

Join Dr. Brigitte Sabourin, Clinical Psychologist and Researcher in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology (Pain Management Centre), for an information session for people dealing with chronic pain and their families, and the supports available.

Brigitte Sabourin, MBA, PhD, CPsych, Assistant Professor

Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba

FREE in partnership with the Manitoba Psychological Society

Staying on Your Feet: Taking Steps to Prevent Falls and Fall Related Injuries

The goal of this presentation is to reduce the risk of falls among older Manitobans. The discussion will help you to understand some of the risks of falling at home and in the community. You will receive information to help to determine your risk of falling and how to take action to lower your risk.

Presented by AAIM and facilitated by AAIM Peer Leader Coordinator, Sue Mackenzie.

Free pre-recorded webinar, available to access any time.