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Several services are offered to the Brussels seniors.
Activities are particularly intended for elderly.
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).
Seniors in Brussels get discounts on culture tickets and sports tickets.
The 'BuurtPensioen - Pens(i)onQuartier' project wants to encourage people (regardless of their age and origin) to voluntarily support or care for other people in the quarter.
The City of Brussels has sports tickets of up to 100 euros to be distributed via the Seniors Service.
The City of Brussels set up a new cold wave plan for the winter. People who suffer from isolation or who are in a precarious situation can take their precautions and contact 0800 35 550. The plan will be active till 31 March 2017.
The ACT'3 brochure for seniors is available on this website. The brochure contains activities for seniors by the City of Brussels.