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Many types of living arrangements are available to seniors, from both the profit- and not-for-profit sectors, offering varying degrees of assistance and care.

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Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto

Not-for-profit small group homes for seniors. Local member of Abbeyfield Houses Society of Canada.

Beech Hall Housing Co-operative

For seniors 55+.
2 Humber Blvd, Unit 2, Toronto M6N 2H3
Near Eglinton Ave W and Weston Rd.
416-769-4119

Better Living Health and Community Services

Adult day program, affordable housing, assisted transportation, bingo, bistro, book club, bridge, caregiver support group, carpet bowling, case management, community centre for adults 40+, companionship volunteers, computer training, creative arts, day trips, euchre, falls prevention, fitness, French conversation, gentle fitness, gentle yoga, grocery delivery, hatha yoga, health information workshops, home maintenance and repair, home support, hospice services, Indian therapeutic dance, information and referral, lawn maintenance, lifelong learning courses, line dancing, long term care facility, lunch and learn, mah jongg, meals on wheels, miniatures, movies, newly bereaved persons group, osteo fitness, outdoor maintenance, personal support, pilates, pole walking, qi gong, recorder group, seated pilates / yoga fusion, seminars, snow removal, social knitting group, social work assessment, Spanish conversation, special events, stretch and strength, tai chi, telephone security checks, therapeutic touch for self care, widows and widowers support group, Zumba Gold.
1 Overland Drive, Toronto M3C 2C3
Near Don Mills Rd and Lawrence Ave E.
416-447-7244

Dignified.ca

Find a variety of senior housing in your neighbourhood.

Four Villages Community Health Centre

Senior programs: arthritis self management, balance, strength and endurance exercises, caregiver support, chronic disease self management, chronic pain self management, diabetes management and support, exercise and falls prevention, expressive arts group, foot care, Good Food Box, grocery store tours, knitting, legal clinic, Meals on Wheels fruit and vegetable basket home delivery, mental health recovery and skill development, mindfulness, Nordic pole walking, nutrition advice and weight management, nutrition education, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, primary care, social connection, West Toronto Housing Help, yoga. For seniors 50+. Two sites: 1700 Bloor St W, Toronto M6P 4C3, near Keele St; and 3446 Dundas St W, Toronto M6S 2S1, near Jane St.
416-604-0640

Haven Toronto

Formerly the Good Neighbours' Club. Services for older men (50+) dealing with homelessness, social isolation, or health issues. Access to housing workers, computer access, counseling, crisis outreach service, dental hygiene services, emergency clothing and footwear, Good Wishes palliative care project, housing support, laundry and showers, library, mail and phone services, nursing care, three affordable meals a day. Open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm 365 days a year.
170 Jarvis St, Toronto M5B 2B7
Near Shuter St
416-366-5377

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