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East End Community Health Centre

Senior programs: brain booster activities, computer training, diabetes education, diabetes support group, exercise program for people with hip and knee osteoarthritis, gentle fitness, gentle yoga, Good Food box, knitting, managing back pain, pulmonary rehabilitation, social walking.
1619 Queen St E, Toronto M4L 1G4
Near Coxwell Ave
416-778-5858

Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre

Senior programs: bingo, cards, community gardening, computer club, cooking, crafts, day trips, escort to shopping, fitness, food distribution services, form filling, friendly home and hospital visits, games, Good Food market, group lunches, income tax preparation help, information and referral, karaoke, monthly healthy monitoring program, self-support group, singing club, social club, special events, telephone security checks, translation and interpretation, workshops.
86 Blake St, Toronto M4J 3C9
Near Danforth Ave and Pape Ave

ESS Support Services (Etobicoke Services for Seniors)

Adult day program, assisted living in designated apartment buildings, assisted transportation, caregiver support group, case management, chronic disease self-management, community bathing program in an accessible facility, continence clinic, falls prevention, fitness, friendly visiting, group lunches, information and referral services, in-home respite care, nutrition workshops, overnight accommodation to support transition from hospital to home or crisis admission or short-term respite for caregivers, recreational therapy programs, social recreational programs at designated apartment buildings, telephone reassurance. Multiple locations.
2245 Lawrence Ave W., Toronto M9P 3W3
Near Royal York Rd
416-243-0127

Flemingdon Health Centre

Senior programs: advocacy, case management, Chinese knitting club, community garden, community kitchen, cooking classes, counseling, diabetes education, diabetes prevention, Fairview Mall walking group, farm trips, Feldenkrais Awareness through Movement, food and nutrition workshops, food bank, foot care clinic, fresh food market, gentle fitness, healthy heart and body balance, low impact aerobics, nutrition counseling, osteo fitness, primary health care, social workers. For seniors 55+. Multiple locations in Flemingdon neighbourhood.
416-640-5298

FoodShare

Good Food box programs, community gardens, referral to low-cost food programs.
416-392-6655

Four Villages Community Health Centre

Senior programs: advocacy, arthritis self management, caregiver support, chronic pain self management, diabetes management and support, diabetes support for Polish speakers, diabetic foot management, emotional eating management, eviction prevention, exercise for balance, strength and endurance, exercise for people with low back pain, expressive arts, falls prevention, foot care clinic, grocery store tours, help accessing subsidized housing, help with housing issues, high blood pressure prevention, high cholesterol education and support, knitting, legal clinic, Meals on Wheels fruit and vegetable basket, memory skills workshop, mental health counseling, mental health recovery and skill development program, mindfulness, Nordic pole walking, nutrition counseling, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, primary health care, yoga. For seniors 50+. Multiple sites in west Toronto.
416-604-0640

Grocery Gateway

Online or telephone shopping; home delivery.

Haven Toronto

Formerly the Good Neighbours’ Club. Drop-in centre providing services for older men (50+) dealing with homelessness or social isolation. Barber services, computer access, counseling, crisis outreach services, crisis support, dental hygiene services, emergency clothing, housing support, laundry, library, nursing care, recreational amenities, showers, three healthy meals a day, Open from 8 am to 5 pm, 365 days a year.
170 Jarvis St, Toronto M5B 2B7
Near Shuter St
416-366-5377

LA Centre for Active Living

Baking and cooking, bingo, computer training, creative arts, exercise with therapy bands and weights, fall flu clinics, fitness, games, gardening, Good Food Markets throughout the summer, group lunches, healthy food donations from Second Harvest, income tax clinics, intergenerational programming, movie matinees, outings, ping pong, pole walking in High Park, Second Harvest cooking, special events, trips, workshops, yoga, zumba. For seniors 55+.
55 Rankin Crescent, Toronto M6P 4E4
Near Bloor St W and Lansdowne Ave.
416-452-4875

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