Programs for Adults & Seniors

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

FCSS brings a variety of programs to the community for individuals and families in Chestermere and Area. With your input, we design and deliver programs and services that promote and enhance well-being for all individuals, families and communities.

If you have a suggestion for a program or a service you would like offered in your community, please contact us at (403) 207-7050.

Please Note: All programs are free, unless otherwise specified.  

  1. Financial Literacy Workshops
  2. Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
  3. Finding Our Voices

The Chestermere Community Resource Centre offers a Financial Literacy Workshop that can be taken online. 

To register, please contact Paulette Tippe at ptippe@chestermere.ca or (403) 207-7081

For more details, including a schedule and online tools, click here.

  1. Pathway to Wellness
  2. Langdon Seniors' Lunch & Learn
  3. Chestermere Whitecappers Seniors' Lunch & Learn
  4. Heart Math

As a group, participants will learn and practice a variety of self-help strategies to better manage stress and anxiety. This program introduces a wide variety of topics from food and mood, to mindfulness strategies.

To register:
Contact Yvonne Harris at yvonne.harris@ahs.com

Chestermere Seniors Coalition 

The Chestermere Seniors Coalition serves as a voice for all seniors and caregivers of seniors and concerned residents for seniors in our community.

The COVID-19 pandemic now limits in-person gatherings. The coalition contributes to a bi-weekly insert in the Chestermere Anchor newspaper. Each edition includes a new episode of "Armchair Travel Series," where readers can visit places worldwide with just one click, information about the Whitecapper's programs in addition to more resources being made available very soon. 

If you would like to join our Voice for Senior's through the Chestermere Coalition for Seniors by attending biweekly Zoom meetings, please contact Leslie Racz your CRPCN Community Development Coordinator, at leslie.racz@crpcn.ca.

The Coalition has also created a Senior Resource Handbook that includes resources relevant to seniors. 

Click here to see the printable PDF.


Seniors Teleconference

The Seniors Teleconference is a way to stay in touch while keeping a safe distance. This platform can keep people connected who may be otherwise lonely or isolated and gives participants have the opportunity to meet new people. The teleconference introduces guest speakers on topics of interest that are requested by the participants. 


Seniors Telephone Conference benefits: 

  • The program is free to the participants.
  • The option of a telephone or video connection.
  •  Individuals who cannot travel or those who's mobility difficulties or other health concerns can participate from the comfort of their own home.
  • Programs like this can help to lower depression risks by helping stave off feelings of loneliness.
  • Video calling platforms can support the development of a stronger sense of connection and maintain already existing relationships.
  • Share concerns, tell stories or laugh.

The next Seniors Teleconference will be held on Thursday, February 11 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. with guest speaker: Da Bin Choi, MPH, RD Dietitian, Nutrition Services, Population & Public Health. 

We will have a conversation about healthy eating and nutrition for seniors with the opportunity for a Q & A.

Participants MUST register. The registration deadline is Wednesday, February 10 at 5:00 pm

To register for the tele-conference, email Sharron Mathewman at smatthewman@chestermere.ca 
or call (403) 804 0817.