We partner with like-minded organizations across Canada to strengthen our impact and enhance services for our members
HearingLife and its network partners form the largest network of hearing healthcare providers in Canada. RTOERO members receive exclusive benefits through the HearingLife Member Advantage Program. Learn more and register.
IRIS has been improving the vision of Canadians for over 30 years, offering exceptional products and services to meet all of your vision care requirements. RTOERO members and members of their household have access to savings on a full range of vision care products. Learn more and register.
Johnson Inc has been a dedicated partner for more than 35 years as the claims administrator for the health insurance plans owned by RTOERO. They also offer discounts to members on individual insurance such as home and car coverage.
Venngo MemberPerks® is a world-class group discount program. We partner with Venngo to provide members with exclusive discounts on everything from health and wellness to entertainment, restaurants, travel and more. Learn more and register.
Merit Travel has been a preferred travel partner with RTOERO since 2006. Their knowledgeable travel experts are your best vacation planning tools for the most unique travel experiences. They offer member only discounts ranging from car rentals and hotels to vacation packages and cruises. Learn more here.
Enjoy special perks curated for members of the Retired Teachers of Ontario association. The Incredible benefits of the TELUS Exclusive Partner Program include discounted 5G+ and CAN-US plans , incremental savings on the latest smartphones, and much more. Plus, you can enjoy dedicated customer service at every step. Register today and learn more.
The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE), established in 1974, provides courses, workshops and webinars on financial literacy. Over the years, CFEE has produced a wide range of programs and print, video and web-based in both English and French for education ministries, school boards, and colleges & universities.
While their major focus over the years has been on youth, teachers, and parents, recently CFEE has broadened its financial literacy workshops/webinars to include seniors. They offer a variety of courses for those in retirement, as well as creating a legacy for seniors in terms of money management as one prepares to deal with illness and death.
For further information, please see https://cfee.org/our-programs/?group=seniors
Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario supports a variety of vital community programs and active collaborative initiatives to promote research, best practices and service delivery around elder abuse and neglect issues. As a partner, the organization shares content that may be relevant for members, has spoken at events, is our expert resource on the topic of elder abuse and has trained RTOERO volunteers to become Tea and Talk facilitators.
The National Association of Federal Retirees is the largest national advocacy organization representing active and retired members of the federal public service, Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and retired federally appointed judges, as well as their partners and survivors. We partner with the National Association of Federal Retirees on advocacy efforts.
Choosing Wisely Canada is the national voice for reducing unnecessary tests and treatments in health care. The organization is part of a global movement that began in the United States in 2012, and which now spans 20 countries across five continents. We partner with Choosing Wisely Canada to provide relevant information to members.
The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal provides direct and easy access to evidence-based information on health and social conditions relevant to older adults and their caregivers. We partner with the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal to provide information to members, including notifying members of webinars that may be of interest to them.
The Canadian Health Coalition (CHC) is a public advocacy organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of public health care in Canada. We partner with The Canadian Health Coalition to advocate on various health issues of importance to our members and seniors.
RTOERO and the NIA have agreed to advance research and scholarship in areas related to healthy active living for older adults in Canada. The partnership provides an opportunity to attract early-career practitioners from a variety of healthcare and related disciplines, including geriatrics, public health, and nursing to participate in a research-focused Summer Internship Program hosted within the NIA.
The Canadian Medication Appropriateness and Deprescribing Network (CADeN) is a group of health care professionals, researchers and patient advocates working together to mobilize knowledge and promote the safe and appropriate use of medications for seniors in Canada. We partner with CADeN to help raise awareness and share information on appropriate use of medications with our members, to help them achieve their health goals through medication safety.
If you’re interested in partnering with us, please contact [email protected].