Unison At Kerby Centre: Wellness Connection Centre

Finding peace in mind, body & soul

Unison’s Wellness Connection Centre aims to support the mental, emotional, and spiritual health of older adults. Mental health is vital to full body health and a healthy mind will set up an individual for success in their daily life. 

We are constantly improving our services, creating and assisting with a myriad of supports on a daily and weekly basis. Our programming includes individual and group support as well as innovative peer connections and caregiver programming. As we grow our programs, will include in-person and virtual supports to make sure we are meeting the needs of all seniors. 

Please contact us for information on our Wellness Connection Centre at (403) 234-6566, or email Lola Fariyibi at [email protected] 

Upcoming Connection Centre programs

  • Music Wellness 
  • Drumming Circle 
  • River Walk
  • Greiving Together
  • Sidewalk Seniors
  • Grandparents looking after grandchildren with disabilities 
  • Peer Support 
  • Live well, Be well – Monthly Wellness Presentations  

Social calling

Are you an older adult who is feeling lonely or isolated? 

Connect with us at Kerby Centre to be matched with a volunteer for regular check-in/social calls. 

Interested participants can call (403) 234-6566 or email [email protected]. 

Men’s Shed at Kerby Centre

It’s difficult for older men to find a time, place and community to socialize after retirement. This is why Unison Men’s Shed meets Wednesday from 10 A.M. to noon in the Wellness Centre. It is a program that started in Australia about 20 years ago and spread quickly, aiming to address isolation and loneliness in older men. Sheds now exist in several countries including more than 20 in Canada. 

Interested participants can call (403) 234-6566, or email [email protected]. 

Thank you to our Partners and Supporters

Unison at Kerby Centre helps seniors live their best lives. A huge thank you to our generous donors who make our Wellness Connection Centre programs possible.

Our Peer-To-Peer Mental Health Program is generously supported by The Hunter Family Foundation