the alarm on loneliness
People are talking…
Getting social is good for you!
Maintaining social ties throughout our aging years; avoiding senior loneliness
The Morning News with Gord Gillies & Sue Deyell discuss the importance of staying socially active and how to make new friendships as we age.
Toronto based social media platform “Amintro” aims to connect people age 50+
Breakfast Television Toronto reports on the free, friendship-making, Amintro app and platform that connects people age 50+ in North America.
How Toronto Start-up Amintro is helping adults 50+ get social this summer
Kate Wheeler and Christine Bentley of talk show “What She Said” discuss the importance of keeping a social lifestyle as we age.
Amintro highlights as part of the Ontario Age-Friendly Network Resource for socially isolated adults
Communities in the Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Network have been exploring ways to better engage socially isolated older adults.
See what all the buzz is about for yourself
Amintro has helped thousands of adults 50+ increase their social circle and find meaningful friendships!
Over 50? Amintro Invites You
to Meet New Friends
This is the first article in Bayshore’s “Be Our Guest” series. Each month, we’ll interview a person with an interesting story or project to share. This month’s guest is Charlene Nadalin, the founder of Amintro, a free social platform for adults aged 50-plus.