Stettler & District FCSS has a variety of pamphlets and information on senior's programs and financial aids available at our office.
We provide information and application forms for the following programs:
Canadian Pension Plan (CPP)
Old Age Security (OAS) and Gauranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
Alberta Senior's Benefit (ASB)
We provide access to many other government forms in our office for seniors and can assist you in filling them out.
Want to Print forms yourself from home? Click the links below to access the latest forms at your convenience!
Federal Government Forms
Updated Feb 2021
Old Age Security (OAS)/Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Benefit
CPP - Medical Report for a CPP Disability Benefit (non-terminal) - Part 2_ISP-2519
Provincial Government Forms
Updated Feb 25, 2021
Senior's Financial Assistance
Seniors Financial Assistance Information Booklet 07-2020
Alberta Seniors Benefit
Seniors Property Tax Deferral
Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program Information Guide, Loan Application and Agreement SCS0010
SHARP - Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program Info Guide, Loan Application and Agreement
Submit Documents Online
Did you know you can submit scanned documents ONLINE for all Seniors Financial Assistance Programs? This includes programs such as:
Alberta Seniors Benefit
Special Needs Assistance for Seniors
Supplementary Accommodation Benefit
Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP)-support documents only
Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program-support documents only
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If you have any questions about what Stettler & District FCSS has available for seniors, please call 403-742-2337.
Stettler & District FCSS also organizes an event in celebration of Senior's Week the first week of June annually. Information on this event can be found on our Facebook page near the event date.
CORE Alberta Senior's Information Source
CORE Alberta is a platform to connect community-based seniors serving organizations and allied agencies and individuals in Alberta. CORE is designed to provide up-to-date information, resources, and training opportunities and to make it easier to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate in order to help build capacity, strengthen the network, and develop a collective and cohesive voice among volunteers, staff, and others who support healthy aging initiatives. To view, explore, and join groups on CORE Alberta, sign up for a free membership – CLICK HERE.
The CORE Elder Abuse Group invites individuals, organizations, and agencies to develop strategies to address elder abuse in the least intrusive, but most effective way – respecting an older adult’s rights while providing an appropriate level of support and care. Elder abuse existed prior to the 2020 global pandemic and it will remain post-pandemic. However, COVID-19 has presented us an opportunity to discuss elder abuse on a much wider scale.