The Council on Aging of Ottawa | (613) 789-3577 | (613) 789-3577
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Understanding the Ingredients
for Healthy Eating

Participants will learn about changing dietary needs and eating habits as we age, reflect on their own eating habits, needs and challenges, discuss heathy eating, and explore opportunities to expand their options.


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Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
Creates and delivers services to prevent ill health, treat illness and provide support and aftercare. PROGRAMS: Clinic (holistic health), healthy living, housing support, workshops & recreation.

Odawa Native Friendship Centre
613-722 3811
Offers various programs and services to Indigenous people of all ages. PROGRAMS: for children, lifelong care, healthy living, community justice, and recreation. Can also help connect you to other useful resources and programs.


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