SPL offers many entertaining and challenging programs for seniors, helping to broaden cultural and intellectual horizons, and enabling the pursuit of life-long learning.
Every week we focus on one particular iPad skill or feature. Bring your iPad along or just come to watch and listen. It would be good to have used …Frances Morrison Central Library
Join us for a tech help session about topics including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, email, Skype, Facebook, iPhone, iPod, iPad, and more. …Carlyle King Branch
Home Reader Service
Library materials are available to anyone living in Saskatoon who is unable to visit the library because of illness, age or disability. We will select library materials and have them delivered according to a schedule. Call 306.986.9719 for more information. Fill out the form and bring it in to your preferred library location.
Book Deposit Service
We offer small collections of books at personal care homes and seniors' residences in Saskatoon. We will select the books to meet the needs of your residents and arrange for regular exchange of materials.
Contact Outreach and Access Services to set one up.
Print Disabled Services
We have a collection of library materials specifically for people with print disabilities including, visual, physical or learning/reading disabilities. To register fill out the form and bring it to your preferred library location.
Seniors' and Assisted Living
The following links provide information on different living arrangements, including contact information for residences throughout the city.
Private business' that provide accommodation, meals and supervision or assistance with personal care in a residential atmosphere
Seniors and Enriched/Assisted Housing are apartment or condo complexes where residents have their own suites but may access services such as meals, housekeeping, and emergency call services. Available services depend on the particular building.
Government-funded long-term care facilities where all aspects of care are provided. Access to Long-Term Care is provided through Client Patient Access Services (CPAS), a department of the Saskatoon Health Region. If you are unsure of what you need, they can also help you explore your housing options.