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Here is a potpourri of programs and services to help you live independently in your own home.

Better Living Health and Community Services

Adult day program, affordable housing and senior centre at 5 Deauville Lane, Android training, assisted transportation, bereaved persons support groups, bingo, bistro, book club, bridge, caregiver support, carpet bowling, chair dancing and fitness, chair yoga, computer club, computer training, contact with volunteer by email, core and joint strength, creative arts, current events, day trips, euchre, fall prevention, falls prevention, financial discussion group, fitness, French conversation, friendly visiting, frozen meals, functional fitness, gentle yoga, Good Food Box, health education seminars, help with Grocery Gateway orders, home maintenance and repair, home support, hospice services, hot meals, indoor pole walking, iPad training, Japanese brush painting, lawn care, lifelong learning classes, line dancing, long term care, lunch and learn, mah jongg, making miniatures, men’s shed, movies, muscle strength and endurance, osteo fitness, outings, paper crafting, photography club, pilates, qi gong, recorder playing, Rummy Q, snow removal, social work services, Spanish conversation, special events, tai chi, telephone reassurance, telephone security checks, therapeutic touch for self-care, Windows OS training Zumba Gold, Zumba toning.
1 Overland Drive, Toronto M3C 2C3
Near Don Mills Rd and Lawrence Ave E.

CANES Community Care (Central and Northern Etobicoke Home Support Services)

Assisted living in designated seniors’ apartment buildings, assisted transportation, caregiver support and counseling, community outreach for newcomers, friendly visiting by phone, grab bar installations, group lunches, Home at Last transition from hospital to home, home maintenance, home safety inspections, homemaking support, in-home mental health support, lawn care, personal care, respite care, snow removal.
135 Queens Plate Dr, Suite 400, Toronto M9W 6V1
Near Highway 27 and Rexdale Blvd.

Centres d'Accueil Héritage (CAH)

Services for French-speaking seniors and their caregivers living in the Greater Toronto Area. Adult day programs in Toronto and Oshawa. Centre for Active Living (33 Hahn Place) offers a wide range of French activities, including themed coffee breaks, yoga, zumba, fitness, watercolour classes, bridge, bingo, reading club, cultural outings and health workshops. Affordable housing for French-speaking seniors at 33 Hahn Place, homemaking in clients' homes and affordable housing units, Reintegration Care Unit to support transition from hospital to home.
33 Hahn Place, Toronto M5A 4G2
Near Parliament St and The Esplanade

Dixon Hall

Senior programs: adult day program for frail seniors and adults with a physical disability, Alzheimer day program, arts and crafts, assisted transportation, bingo, calligraphy, caregiver support group for dementia caregivers, choir, client intervention and assistance, crochet, day trips, English as a Second Language for Spanish speakers, fitness, games, home support, jewellery making, low income tax clinics, mah jongg, Mandarin outreach, meals on wheels, mosaic art, outings, pot luck lunches, respite care, sewing class, stained glass, supportive counseling, telephone reassurance, yoga. Multiple locations in downtown Toronto. For seniors 55+.
58 Sumach St, Toronto M5A 3J7
Near Queen St E and River St.

Homemakers and nurses services

For Toronto residents who need assistance with household activities of daily living, and who have limited financial resources. You may need to pay a portion of the cost.


Adult day programs for mental health, dementia, mobility and stroke support, art projects, Bathurst Finch network which organizes community events and advocates for change, book clubs, cardio fitness, care coordination, chair fitness, chair yoga, group dining, health information workshops, Healthier Living Centre for seniors 55+, home support, indoor walking club, line dancing, overnight and respite support, parties, special events, stretch and strength, tai chi, zumba. Multiple locations in Downsview.
497 Wilson Ave, Toronto M3H 1V1
Near Allen Rd

North York Seniors Centre

Adult day program for people with physical frailty or cognitive challenges, assisted transportation, caregiver support, friendly visiting, group lunches, home support ,safety assessments, social club, telephone reassurance. Members of the Active Living Centre (ALC) have access to a fitness centre, a café, an arts room, computer work stations, casual seating space for reading, cards or socializing. Programs and services at the ALC include Korean dancing, art studio, ballroom dancing, belly dancing, book club, bridge, café, canasta, chair fitness, chair yoga, coffee and conversation group, cribbage, crochet, day trips, diners’ club, drawing, euchre, fitness centre with personal training services, French conversation club, gift shop, knitting, Latin dancing, lifelong learning courses, line dancing, mah jongg, mindfulness and meditation, movie club, Nordic pole walking, osteo fitness, Persian social club, pilates, pinochle, scrabble, Spanish lessons, special events, stretch and strength, table tennis, tai chi, total body conditioning, traditional Iranian music and poetry class, watercolour, yoga.
21 Hendon Ave, Toronto M2M 4G8
Near Finch Ave and Yonge St.

Parkdale Golden Age Foundation

Computer training, escort to medical appointments, friendly visiting, group dining, home support, Malvern After School Intergenerational Program, respite care, safety or telephone reassurance check. Elderly Persons Centre offers social and recreational activities such as bingo, cards, crafts, day trips, floral arrangement, health education workshops, outings, scrabble, tai chi. For seniors 60+. Multiple locations.
27 Roncesvalles Ave, Suite 401, Toronto M6R 2K4
Near Queen St.
416- 536-6077

Reconnect Community Health Services

Senior programs: addictions supportive housing program, adult day program, arts and crafts, assisted transportation, bingo, cardio fitness, case management, chair yoga, chronic disease self management, computer lab, counseling, crafts, crisis outreach services for seniors, dancing, day trips, ESL grammar, euchre, eviction prevention, falls prevention, fitness, group lunches, health promotion workshops, home support, intergenerational activities, line dancing, Meals on Wheels, mental health case management, multicultural activities, outings, painting studio, pilates, primary health care, respite care, sewing, singing, special events, stretch and strength, support for isolated and frail seniors, table games, zumba. Multiple locations in west Toronto.
1281 St Clair Ave W, Toronto M6E 1B8
Near Dufferin St


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