In this section, we offer a variety of resources in the categories listed below and in the drop-down menu. If you know of any other resources that are not listed here that would be useful to other members, we invite you to let us know.

We have also compiled a lot of information from this section in our new information flyers, available in PDF format. These 6 documents have the primary objective of transmitting the most relevant information possible. To obtain paper versions of these brochures, please contact us by phone or email. You can also consult the Catalogue for polio survivors, their friends, family and health care professionals.


General information

The Seniors Council is a government agency whose mandate is to promote the rights and interests of seniors and their participation in community life. This site presents several interesting references of community associations, government sites, advocacy, etc.

Programs and Services in Quebec: Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

Portail Québec provides information on the services offered to Quebec citizens, including services for people with disabilities (accessibility, housing, home help services, transportation, etc.) and seniors (health, loss of autonomy, housing, home support, taxes and fiscal measures, etc.).

Census of persons with reduced mobility

The Service de Sécurité Incendies de Montréal (SSIM) has a computerized database that allows it to quickly identify and evacuate people with reduced mobility in the event of a disaster. To register for this computerized database, simply visit a fire station, an Accès Montréal office or call 514-872-3775. Each request is treated confidentially. If you live in another city, find out what type of service would be best for you!