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A Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario
A Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario aims to bring together into one resource the wealth of programs and services provided to Ontario seniors by the government, as well as by community organizations and service providers.
Source: Government of Ontario. Ontario Seniors' Secretariat
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
We provide a wide range of residential, day programs and specialized services for the elderly of the Greater Toronto Area.
Source: Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
Better Living Health
Better Living Health and Community Services (previously the Don Mills Foundation for Seniors) has been providing programs and services to support individuals, families and communities in living healthy, happy and independently.
Care in your home
This site outlines the in-home health services provided through Community Care Access Centres in Ontario.
Source: Government of Ontario
City of Ottawa - Services for Seniors
This site provides useful information on the various services the City of Ottawa offers our seniors.
Source: City of Ottawa
Community Care Access Centre - Find Health Care and Community Services
Provides links to find a Clinic, a Community Care Access Centre, a Doctor, a Hospital, Long Term Care, Nursing Home and Pharmacy.
Source: Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC)
Community Care Access Centres
There are 42 Community Care Access Centres throughout Ontario, they provide access for people who need in-home health services and support or accommodation in long-term care centres.
Source: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Connecting Generations Tool Kit: Best Practices in Intergenerational Programming
This Toolkit provides valuable information to help you get started with creating, planning and implementing an Intergenerational program.
Source: United Generations Ontario
Kanata Seniors Council Inc.
The Council is comprised of seniors who petitioned for a Federal Charter to establish the Kanata Seniors Council as a full legal entity capable of handling business activities, purchasing items as required and eventually run the Seniors' Centre which we helped to build.
Older Adult Centres' Association of Ontario
The Older Adult Centres' Association of Ontario ensures that older adults in Ontario have opportunities and choices that lead to healthy, active lifestyles.
Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
The Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the prevention of elder abuse and neglect.
Source: Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Seniors' Care : Community Support Services
Community Support services help you to maintain your safety and independence while living at home. Services are delivered either in your home or in different locations around your community.
Source: Government of Ontario. Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Services / Community Support Programs
This Web page lists programs and services available to seniors living in Prince Edward County. As required by the Ontario Long-Term Care Act, eligibility for services is based upon assessed need.
Source: Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association
Aboriginal Canada Portal: Elders - Health and Social Services
This subsection contains links to health and social services specifically for elders. It contains links such as elder abuse, community care programs, nutrition services etc.
Source: Aboriginal Canada Portal
Canadian Association for Community Care
The Canadian Association for Community Care (<abbr title="Canadian Association for Community Care">CACC</abbr>) is a national, non-profit, formed in 1995 by the merger of HomeSupport Canada and the Canadian Long Term Care Association. <abbr title="Canadian Association for Community Care">CACC</abbr>'s guiding principle is our commitment to a strong national voice for the community care sector. In our view, community care includes home-based care, facility-based long term care and community support programs, such as meal services. CACC's mission is to promote the development of a range of high-quality, flexible, responsive and accessible community care services within a seamless continuum of care.
Source: Canadian Association for Community Care
Canadian Home Care Association
The Canadian Home Care Association (<abbr title="The Canadian Home Care Association">CHCA</abbr>) is a national not-for-profit membership Association dedicated to ensuring the availability of accessible, responsive home care and community supports which enable people to stay in their homes with safety, dignity and quality of life.
Source: Canadian Home Care Association
Core Values in Seniors' Programs
This fact sheet produced by the Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto with the participation and support of the New Horizons: Partners in Aging program, Health Canada discusses the seven core values that are fundamental to seniors' community programming: dignity, purpose, self-esteem, respect, fairness, equity and compassion.
Source: Public Health Agency of Canada
Homecare Services - Canadian Red Cross
Home support - such as meals and general assistance for seniors, medical equipment rentals and transportation - is offered, depending on the needs of a particular community, by many Red Cross branches and regions across Canada.
Source: Canadian Red Cross
New Horizons for Seniors Program
This program supports local projects across Canada that encourage seniors to contribute to their communities through social participation and active living.
Source: Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Partnerships - Experience in Action: Community Programming for Healthy Aging
This fact sheet was produced by the Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto with the participation and support of the New Horizons: Partners in Aging program, Health Canada. It discusses how partnerships provide support and resources to community programs.
Source: Public Health Agency of Canada
The Royal Canadian Legion
The Royal Canadian Legion is Canada's largest Veterans "ex-service person" and community service organization with more than 480,000 members and 1,600 branches in Canada, USA and Germany. They provide services to Veterans, ex-service persons, seniors, youth and numerous community-based charities.
Source: The Royal Canadian Legion
Services for Seniors Guide
This guide provides information about Government of Canada services and programs for seniors and their families.
Source: Service Canada
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