National NAFR Website All other branches can be found through this website.
NB This link includes phone numbers for the Public Service, Armed Forces, RCMP and Federal Judges pension offices.
The National Joint Council website contains the Public Service Health Care Plan Overview
Alberta Dentists may set their own rates. There is no Alberta Dental Association fee guide. The PDSP pays claims based on a guide developed by Sun Life for that purpose. Sun Life has an “Alberta Dental Fee Finder” webpage to help you compare dental fees in your postal code area. Check it out HERE.
If you are eligible for Alberta Blue Cross (ABC) dental coverage, or you would like to compare your bills to what ABC would pay, the ABC rates are here:
Check out the website for: ALBERTA Seniors and Housing
The Alberta Seniors Programs and Services Guide can be found HERE.
The You and Your Survivor Handbook is available from our National Website. Click on “Log In” on the right side of the black bar near the top of the page. If you have not already, follow the steps to Created Your Profile, or Log In to your profile. Under My Documents, Click on “Membership”, then Click on “Survivors Workbook 2013”.
The current issue of the National SAGE magazine may be accessed from our National Website.
Membership Information and Application are here
A wide variety of resources for Albertans, including Seniors, can be found through links on: http://www.informalberta.ca/public/common/initializeDirectoryList.do
Are you looking for a list of care providers. Try this website. www.thecareguide.com or call 1 800 975 9736
Learn more about Medoc Travel Insurance here: www.johnson.ca/federalretirees/en/
The Alberta Caregivers Association is an organization of caregivers for caregivers. They are here to help caregivers maintain their well-being during their care giving journey. The association offers information, education, support, networking, and advocacy to make caregivers’ lives less difficult.
Are you worried about falling? Check out the resources at Finding Balance Alberta.
A lot of resources for Seniors can be found through The Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton – SAGE
NB Although our quarterly magazine is now called SAGE, we have no relationship to this organization.
Check out the Edmonton Lifelong Learners Association (ELLA)
A number of articles from the Globe and Mail on various retirement issues are here: tgam.ca/retirement