Tuesdays with OSSCO: Finding Joy


Join us for an extended 2 hour Tuesdays with OSSCO learning event as we rediscover the difference simple things in life can make.  Presenter and Physiotherapist  Alejandra Rodriguez shares her vast experience and insight on how to make our bodies feel good and more alive. Discover from Toronto College of Dental Hygiene and Auxiliaries Inc. the difference a brilliant smile can make in our lives. Stay after the workshop for healthy snacks. Share with others what brings you joy.  Follow the link below for more information as we celebrate Seniors Month!





Sentimental Journey Down Memory Lane - The Song Book

A collection of the music and lyrics for 100 songs to be played by piano and enjoyed by seniors during sing-a-long programs in nursing homes, seniors’ centres, and long-term care facilities.

The Song Book contains both the music and lyrics for the songs.

Price:  $52.00 CAD
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Sentimental Journey Down Memory Lane - The Lyric Book

A collection of the lyrics only for the 100 songs included in Sentimental Journey Down Memory Lane – The Song Book.

Price:  $22.65 CAD
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Upcoming Events

Jun 26 2018
Celebrate Senior's Month with an extended 2 hour Tuesdays with OSSCO program on June 26th. Rediscover joy by learning how the little things in life can make a difference. When you look good, you feel better. When you feel better, you radiate joy!...
Aug 28 2018
Sometimes the "Ordinary Citizen" (especially people 55+) may feel they are unable to affect change. As we get older, our social connections decrease or our health issues get in the way. Governments change processes frequently and we don't know who...