PSF, BETTER LIVING ORGANIZING
COMMUNITY EVENT ON NOV 4
BY JAVED ZAHEER, FREE EXPRESSION AWARD WINNER
TORONTO: The Pak Seniors Forum (PSF) has joined hands with Better Living Health & Community Services, a leading renowned and recognized major organization with an established excellent track record, tremendous contributions and remarkable achievements, to serve the community. Many other such major groups and organizations are showing great interest and coming forward to work with PSF for the common cause---Serve Humanity In Reality.
Pak Seniors Forum is supporting and participating, along with its encouraged and recommended observer groups of various communities, in the ‘Happy Healthy & Independent at Home’ event being held on Monday, November 04, 2013, at 10:00 am sharp at Thorncliffe Branch, 48 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto (Where the library is located).
The co-sponsored program is facilitated by Anna Azaryan, Outreach Assistant, from Better Living Health & Community Services. The main purpose of the event is to enable the participants to learn more about programs and services of Better Living Health & Community Services that will make it easier for the people who care for themselves, their families and others to stay healthy, happy and independent at home.
The PSF team will coordinate and extend all possible help to make the event a real success. A large number of community members and distinguished personalities are keen to participate in the event.
The Pak Seniors Forum (PSF) has made success in caring and healing the painful wounds of the community caused by exploiters, particularly community leaders, and dirty politics. PSF is working hard to restore the trust and confidence of the people and in convincing them to become fully active with the concept---Live and work together---to help themselves and others
PSF is encouraging and motivating them to participate in all such events and activities which can greatly help in uniting and benefiting the members of all communities. It will particularly help the Overseas Pakistanis to think and work on a common line, for a just cause and to become the strength and powerful voice of all Pakistanis.
Only this way and through proper awareness, understanding and unity we can help bring a practical positive change in Pakistan and elsewhere.
With this in view, the PSF team leaders and supporters are busy and would remain busy in future as well in contacting the people of all communities to ensure participation by a large number of people. Those interested could contact Syed Muhammad Iqbal, President of Pak Seniors Forum (PSF), at (647)768-3016. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Better Living Health and Community Services (http://www.betterlivinghealth.org)/ email@example.com, works in collaboration with a variety of partners, including other community support service agencies, private sector businesses and government agencies.
Better Living Health and Community Services operate multi-purpose community programming at the Better Living Community Centre. The lively centre is for those who enjoy coming together to meet new friends, take part in active, creative and social programs, or explore exciting new volunteer opportunities.
The centre is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, and select evenings and weekends for specific programs. Low annual membership fees offer new and renewing members significant class fee savings. Some programs have only limited spaces available and require sign-up in advance, while others can accommodate drop-ins.
Types of Programs: There are a wide variety of programs offered to suit different types of interests. We offer fitness classes, travel opportunities, recreation and leisure activities, arts and culture programs, life-long learning courses, computer classes and workshops, social opportunities and special events.
Members of the Better Living Community Centre can receive rides to and from the Centre at a discounted rate through the Better Rides program.
Founded in 1969, Better Living Health and Community Services (previously the Don Mills Foundation for Seniors) has been providing programs and services to support individuals, families and communities in living healthy, happy and independently. Better Living includes:
Community Care: Better Living provides a range of essential community support services that allow individuals to stay healthy at home longer and address the important caregiver and family needs.
Long-term Care: Better Living at Thompson House provides older adults with 24-hour supportive and medical care in a friendly environment designed to meet changing needs.
Hospice Palliative Care: Alliance Hospice: a division of Better Living supports people dealing with advanced illness, death and bereavement in their own homes.
Leisure Activities: Better Living offers wellness and leisure programs for adults of all ages to enjoy social interaction while maintaining their mental and physical health.
Education: Better Living offers a variety of learning opportunities for individuals and families that provide the right knowledge and tools to live healthy, happy and independently.
JZ’S PROFILE: Javed Zaheer, Free Expression Award Winner, Desi Idol Recognition Award Winner, Goodwill Ambassador for Pakistan-Canada Relations (PCR) of Good Governance Forum (GGF), Pakistan, Member/Honorary Director of NEPMCC, Veteran Active Member (VAM) of Toronto Press Club, Ex-Member of The National Club and The Ontario Club, Honorary Editor of English Weekly `Pakistan Abroad’, Canada, ex-Chief Editor (Honorary) of English Weekly `The Ambassador’, Canada, ex-Chief Editor (Honorary) of English Weekly `DAWN', Canada, ex-Senior Sub-Editor of English Daily DAWN, Pakistan, Chairman, CANOPI, Director of Children Dignity Foundation (CDF---Canada & Pakistan), Honorary Director Information of Pak Seniors Forum (PSF), Canada, and Director, Canpak, Chamber of Commerce, Canada, is contributing purely on Voluntary and Honorary Basis in order to serve all people and communities. Contact: (416)firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. To read more JZ’s exclusive articles, please visit: www. nepmcc.ca and nationalethnicpress.com (Editorial Sections. Scan years from 2004 to 2011. Visit www.javedzaheernews.blogspot.com and www.jazamedia.wordpress.com.