Visit our website scoa.ca for more information about programs and services for older adults.
Purpose: The focus of this Centre is to provide specialty care to older adults (50+) with non‐life threatening complex care needs.
Complex care includes:
- Changes in mobility or changes in memory
- Increasing challenges in managing day-to-day activities
- Increased difficulty coping with life’s events
- Increasing unstable chronic health conditions e.g. COPD
This specialty care is designed to be a form of support that bridges the transition from the hospital to home and to support patients dealing with one or a combination of the following issues: multiple chronic conditions; mental health issues; medication‐related problems; and social vulnerability.
The Community Health Centre is not a family physician clinic or walk‐in clinic. To access services, please contact your family physician for a referral.
Note: A portion of daily appointments are reserved for anyone requiring rapid access to services based on their complex care needs.
- In‐depth medical assessments
- Chronic disease management and treatment
- Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
- Support from Community Mental Health Nurses (onsite) and social worker home visits
- Help navigating the health and social services systems
- Home Care (mobile)
- Community paramedicine (mobile)
Clinics – offered on a rotating basis
Dental screening and referral
Home Care (mobile)
Stroke care follow-up (upon referral)
Community Health Centre at Market Mall Unit #55, Market Mall
2325 Preston Avenue South
Saskatoon, SK S7J 2G2
Located in mall, near parkade stairwell and elevator
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Daily, including statutory holidays CHCMarketMall@saskhealthauthority.ca
Download Connected Care ‐ Community Health Centre at Market Mall Fact Sheet produced by the Saskatchewan Health Authority
The SCOA Globe Walk Celebration Luncheon was held at the Western Development Museum on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. This year also marks the 5th anniversary of the project and some amazing milestones:
- 2014 47 Teams 1210 Participants 145,538 miles
- 2015 60 Teams 1789 Participants 285,525 miles
- 2016 75 Teams 2486 Participants 437,000 miles
- 2017 79 Teams 2640 Participants 481,785 miles
- 2018 83 Teams 2850 Participants 500,000 miles (est.)
In other words, nearly 11,000 Globe Walkers have logged more than 1,849,848 miles. How’s that for success!
We have circumnavigated the Globe, traveled to the moon and back and orbited the International Space Station. This year we set a different type of goal – “Going for Gold”. We chose to take inspiration from the Canadian athletes participating in the 2018 Winter Olympic/Paralympic Games and work toward our own Globe Walk Olympic medals. 200+ miles = a Gold Medal.
We were honored to have Canadian Paralympian and Olympic Ambassador Colette Bourgonje as our keynote speaker.
The SCOA Globe Walk would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and supporters:
Sponsors and Funders:
R.H. Kilburn & Associates, Private Wealth Management – Investors Group
Community Initiatives Fund
Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation
Saskatchewan Seniors Fitness Association
City of Saskatoon
Forever …in motion
For the second year, our presenting sponsor, Investors Group has generously offered to repeat last year’s very successful “Double Your Dollars“fundraiser. How generous? Every dollar you donate to Globe Walk will be matched by Investors Group (see below). Many thanks to Richard Kilburn!
You may donate online via our partner Canada Helps . Tax receipts are available if requested. You may also send a cheque to our office: SCOA 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon, S7N 2W4 or drop by to make a donation in person.
If you enjoy the Globe Walk program, please help us continue grow, improve and reach even more older adults. Take advantage of the opportunity to double the value of your donation.
If you have not done so already, consider joining a team or forming a new one in 2019. We are successful for a reason: the cost is small thanks to our sponsors
(Globe Walk is a free SCOA program) but the benefits are huge!
Phone Beth at 306-652-0027 for more information or visit the Globe Walk website: scoaglobewalk.net