Yukon Council on Aging believes that adults who continue learning into their later years are happier and healthier. Learning keeps the mind active and engaged. An active mind supports physical health and mental well-being; it reduces the risk of depression and dementia. Learning fuels curiosity and creativity; it strengthens self-esteem and independence. Lifelong learning fosters a sense of purpose in life through connections with family, friends, and community.
Our Learning for Life Program provides informative, engaging learning opportunities for Yukoners aged 55+ through a series of learning events related to: