Seniors Programs

In partnership with the Government of Alberta, we continue to administer this program by offering support and assistance to local seniors in accessing Alberta Government benefit programs.

Alberta benefits include Alberta Seniors Benefits Program, Special Needs Assistance for Seniors and Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program, as well as Dental and Optical Assistance for Seniors.

Many of the benefits of these programs include the reimbursement and subsidy for appliance replacement, medical related expense reimbursement, home repair loans and assistance with dental and optical reimbursements. 

FCSS Lamont County Region also assists local seniors to access and liaise with Federal Government programs such as Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement and Canada Pension Plan, to ensure local seniors receive maximum benefits. Our staff are also available to review documentation and assist to complete applications and required forms for a variety of other programs and services as needed.

FCSS Lamont County Region values the equality and worth of each person and recognizes that the law can affect individuals differently as their circumstances change.

FCSS is dedicated to help older adults understand their legal rights and empower them to stay independent for as long as possible. Seniors’ information sessions are hosted by FCSS Lamont County Region to educate aging community members on how to plan for their future.

Enduring Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives, Wills and Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship, as well as touching base on Elder Abuse are a few topics we include in these sessions.

Every June FCSS Lamont County Region is proud to offer events for Alberta’s Provincial Seniors week. The purpose of these events is to thank local seniors for their contributions to the community as part of a provincial initiative.

Event locations include the Town of Lamont, Town of Bruderheim, Town of Mundare and the Village of Andrew. 

The focus is to provide information, entertainment, and complimentary meals as our way to say, “Thank you for all that you do!” 

These programs provide a weekly coffee break and networking opportunity for local seniors. FCSS continues to facilitate these year-round groups County-wide. 

For seniors who are looking for a safe, effective way to enhance their physical health and overall wellness, the stretching, breathing, and meditation practices of yoga can be a great solution.

In fact, doing yoga regularly can result in a host of benefits for older adults, from greater flexibility and improved balance to lower stress and better sleep.

FCSS Lamont County Region offers a 10-week program, Yoga for Seniors, minimally once per year.


This partnership continues with members of Beaver County, Two Hill County, Vegreville, Minburn County and Flagstaff County.

REAP continues to offer ongoing education and awareness campaigns including the promotion of the REAP. Coordinated Community Response Protocol.

This protocol is available to all community members and can be obtained by contacting FCSS Lamont County Region.


  • Longtime (Tofield) resident Loretta Kroeker, is the Case Manager for the Rural Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition (REAP).

    Please take some time to watch this video and listen to Loretta talk about the Rural Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition and her work in Beaver County, Lamont County, County of Minburn, County of Two Hills, and Flagstaff County:

The REAP Case Manager reports directly to the Rural Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition. Loretta Kroeker, EA Case Manager, is charged with intervention services for local seniors who are experiencing abuse.

If you or someone you know is experiencing Elder Abuse, please call Loretta Kroeker at 780-717-8151 or               

Always remember if someone is in imminent danger, dial 911.

  • Please take some time to watch this video featuring Loretta Kroeker, Case Manager for the Rural Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition (REAP). Loretta talks about the Rural Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition and her work in Beaver County, Lamont County, County of Minburn, County of Two Hills, and Flagstaff County:

FCSS Lamont County Region will be providing a grocery/prescription pick-up and delivery service to our seniors within Lamont County.

FCSS will come to you and help you order your groceries online; we will then go and pick them up and deliver them to your door.

Grocery orders will be strictly from the Fort Saskatchewan Walmart (which has a free pick-up service).

To order you must have a credit card or debit visa.