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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.

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto

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

AdvantAge Ontario

Association of not-for-profit long term care, housing, and services for seniors.

Almise Co-Op

For seniors 59+
16 Concorde Pl, Toronto M3C 3S6
Near Don Valley Pkwy and Eglinton Ave E


Geriatric care facility, including hospital, long term care, community care and seniors’ residence. Senior in-person programs on urgent basis only: cardiology, dental centre, Echo clinic, female pelvic health, foot care, general neurology, hearing services, ophthalmology, urology, wound care, Senior in-person and virtual programs: ambulatory mental health, assistive technology clinic, day treatment, geriatric assessment clinic, geriatric psychiatry community service, integrated community care team, memory clinic, neuropsychology assessment services. Senior virtual programs: counseling and referral, adult day program, behaviour support outreach, caregiver support group, ePals, friendly telephone visits, memory and aging program, memory therapy for patients with neurological memory impairment, mild cognitive impairment program, psychiatric day hospital.
3560 Bathurst St, Toronto M6A 2E1
Near Wilson Ave.

Beech Hall Housing Co-operative

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

Better Living Health and Community Services

Senior in-person programs: assisted transportation, grocery delivery, home maintenance services, home support services, in-home respite visits to adult day program clients, meals on wheels, personal support services, prescription pickup and delivery. Senior virtual programs: beginner Mandarin, bereavement support, bingo, bone fitness, book club, building bones and balance, case management and social work support, chair pilates, chair yoga, community hospice, computer club, core and flexibility fitness, creative expression, dance fitness, education sessions, English conversation for Chinese speakers, French conversation, friendly visiting, functional fitness, gentle fitness, gentle yoga, handicrafts for Chiinese speakers, hatha yoga, health information sessions, healthy heart and body balance, intermediate Spanish, kinesiology service, low impact fitness for Chinese speakers, medical reminders, men's group, mindfulness meditation, music therapy, photography club, pilates, stay strong, telephone wellness checks, therapeutic touch self-care, total body conditioning, Zumba Gold, zumba toning.
1 Overland Drive, Toronto M3C 2C3
Near Don Mills Rd and Lawrence Ave E.

Cooperative Housing Federation of Toronto

658 Danforth Ave, Toronto M4J 5B9
Near Pape Ave


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Haven Toronto

Drop-in centre providing services for older men (50+) dealing with homelessness or social isolation. Providing focused services during the pandemic, including take-away meals at breakfast and lunch, access to mail, and laundry and showers. Nurse and counsellors onsite to provide support and services directly. All necessary precautions taken to protect clients and staff. Open from 8 am to 5 pm, 365 days a year.
170 Jarvis St, Toronto M5B 2B7
Near Shuter St


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