Several services are offered to the Brussels seniors.
The services are an aid to the elderly, in particular to facilitate living at home.
The Public Welfare Centre has several nursing homes for the elderly.
Seniors are also consulted through an Advisory Council.
The City of Brussels also entered the network of the 'Age-friendly cities' of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Since the end of May 2014, the City of Brussels is part of the European network AFE-INNOVNET. During two years, this thematic network will be working on innovation for age-friendly environments.
The ACT'3 brochure for seniors is available on this website. The brochure contains activities for seniors by the City of Brussels.
The City of Brussels set up a new heat wave plan for the summer. People who suffer from isolation or who are in a precarious situation can take their precautions and register at 0800 35 550.
The 'Manual for a comfortable retirement' is a directory of services for seniors in the City of Brussels. The guide is only available in Dutch and French.