The Older Adult Plan 2015-2018 will be presented
for approval to the Community and Protective
Services Committee on October 15, 2015 and to
City Council on October 28, 2015.
The OAP 2015-2018 retains the vision and long-term
goals that were adopted as part of the OAP 2012-2014
and commits to 51 actions, organized under the same
eight age-friendly strategic areas:
· Outdoor Spaces and City Buildings
· Communication and Information
· Social, Recreational, and Cultural Participation
· Civic Participation and Volunteering
· Community Supports and Health Services
· Respect and Social Inclusion.
More than 200 older adults, City staff, and community
stakeholders provided input into the development of
the OAP 2015-2018.
The OAP 2015-2018 can be accessed at:
In October 2012, City Council approved the Older
Adult Plan (OAP) 2012-2014, which contained 74
concrete actions to address the needs of Ottawa's
older residents.. The Older Adult Plan led to many
achievements, related to the City's infrastructure, programs
and services, communication, and access to supports for
low income and isolated older adults.
For more information on the Older Adult Plan
2012-2014 and a list of achievements, please