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Meals & Help At Home
Meals on Wheels
Provided at home
Delivers a nutritionally balanced noon hour hot meal by volunteers who provide a social contact and a safety check for the client. Special diets may be accommodated. Frozen meals may be available.
Home Maintenance & Repair
Provided at home
Matches eligible clients with individuals or businesses that provide affordable repairs and maintenance to a senior's home.
Housekeeping
Provided at home
Offers assistance with routine household activities such as light house cleaning, laundry, ironing, and preparing meals.
Shopping
Provided at home
Provides assistance with errand shopping or purchasing medications.
Telephone Reassurance
Provided at home
Provides regularly scheduled phone calls to ensure the safety for those with health issues or who experience loneliness or depression.
Daytime Activities
Better quality of life while at home
Adult Day Programs Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions. Select a Category
Acquired Brain Injury
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
Alzheimer/Dementia
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
Younger Onset Dementia
Day programs for people under age 65.
All Programs
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
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Falls Prevention Classes
Educational series that empowers people to prevent falls.
Friendly Visiting
Provided at home
Offers no charge visiting companionship such as conversation, reading, games, or crafts, while providing a safety check. The contact may be face-to-face at the client's home or through a phone call.
Rides & Transportation
Provided at home
Provides door-to-door rides for seniors or adults who have a disability to attend medical and therapeutic appointments, social activities and perform other daily tasks such as shopping trips.
Seniors Gentle Exercise Exercise to improve strength and balance. Education provided to reduce risk of falls. Select a Category
Group Classes
Provides group exercise classes, typically one hour in length, to improve strength and balance. Education provided to reduce risk of falls.
In Home
Provided at home
Provides exercise to improve cardio respiratory levels, muscular strength and balance. Available in the client's home.
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Alzheimer & Dementia
Alzheimer/Dementia Services Select a Category
First Link®
Provided at home
Learn about how the Alzheimer Society can support and educate families through the alzheimer/dementia journey.
Individual/ Family Counselling
Guidance or advice aimed at better managing a challenging situation or to resolve personal problems. Includes mental health and addictions counselling.
Group Therapy
A special form of therapy in which a small number of people meet together under the guidance of a professionally trained therapist to help themselves and one another.
Support Group
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
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Day Program
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
Overnight Stay Respite
Provides planned overnight support in a supervised, secure environment to give short-term respite to caregivers.
Younger Onset Dementia
All programs in region specialized in servicing people where dementia has onset before age 65.
All Programs
Conditions
Acquired Brain Injury Provides day programs, transitional living programs, group homes, and other education and social supports to brain injury survivors. Select a Category
Adult Day Program
Provides a daytime group environment of supervised activities, meals, companionship and recreation for older adults and those with chronic or palliative conditions.
Independent Living Skills Training (In Home)
Provided at home
Assists people with physical health, social and emotional support aimed at more independent living and integration into the community.
Group Home
A home where a small number of people in need of care, support, or supervision, can live together.
All Programs
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Arthritis Select a Category
Health Education Classes
Provides education to participants to make choices that may improve wellness or reduce risks of disease. May focus on specific diseases or specific lifestyle issues (e.g. healthy eating).
Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Clinic
Use of physical methods, including manipulation and exercise therapy aimed at restoring movement and balance after injury, disease or surgery. Often involves physiotherapy.
Supervised Rehabilitation Exercise
Exercise programs delivered with the support of certified professionals. Programs include a mix of education and exercise. May be focused on specific chronic disease. Often done in community, post rehabilitation.
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Blind/Low Vision Rehab.
Provides vision assessments, mobility, and life skills training and accessible library services. Recommendations for technical aids and computer adaptations.
Hearing Loss/Deaf
Provided at home
Provides education, demonstrations and recommendations about devices to help people with hearing loss communicate better. Home visits available. Personal counseling and advocacy (available in ASL).
Palliative Care Select a Category
Friendly Visiting
Provided at home
Offers no charge visiting companionship such as conversation, reading, games, or crafts, while providing a safety check. The contact may be face-to-face at the client's home or through a phone call.
Individual/ Family Counselling
Guidance or advice aimed at better managing a challenging situation or to resolve personal problems. Includes mental health and addictions counselling.
Support Group
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
Residential Hospice
Improves quality of life for people living with life-limiting illness in a residential facility that feels like home. Care includes symptom management, social, spiritual, and family support.
All Programs
Programs and services for people experiencing life threatening conditions, and their loved ones.
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Spinal Cord Injury
Provided at home
Provides support to help people adjust to a new physical disability, including peer support, information and advocacy.
Other
Attendant Services Select a Category
Attendant Services (In-Home)
Provided at home
Offers help with daily activities such as personal grooming, transferring, dressing, bathing, meals, ventilator and tracheotomy services, and more.
Adult Supportive Housing
Provides support with personal care and activities of daily living in a 24 hour service setting.
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Foot Care Select a Category
Foot Care (In-Home)
Provided at home
Provides in-home nursing foot care and advice for clients to address common foot problems such as thickened and fungal nails, corns, calluses, bunions.
Foot Care Clinic
Provides nursing foot care and advice for clients to address common foot problems such as thickened and fungal nails, corns, calluses, bunions.
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Hospital Transition Home
Provided at home
Service for older adults going from hospital to home, who may need help with transportation, meal preparation, or other help to get settled.
Individual/ Family Counselling
Guidance or advice aimed at better managing a challenging situation or to resolve personal problems. Includes mental health and addictions counselling.
Support Groups Members provide each other with peer support for various types of challenges. Often involves relating person experiences, providing sympathetic understanding, establishing social networks. Select a Category
Caregiver Support Group
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
Palliative Support Groups
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
Stroke Recovery
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
Youth with Disabilities
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
All Programs
In-person meetings where members provide each other with help for a particular life challenge. Often involves relating personal experiences and providing sympathetic understanding. May be clinician or volunteer-led.
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Internal Use Services for Care Coordinators and Intake Personnel. Not for public use. Select a Category
RAI-CHA Assessment
Provided at home
The interRAI Community Health Assessment (interRAI CHA) instrument is most often done by community support service workers in the client home. It can be triggered by the RAI-screener.
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