Ontario Long Term Care Association

For-profit long term care.

Ontario Retirement Communities Association

Not-for-profit association. Information on accredited residences.

Options for Homes Non-Profit Corporation

Reports on long term care homes

Includes results of inspections, complaints. From the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Retirement home public register

Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities

Senior programs: adult day program, assisted transportation, bereavement support, bingo, clothing bank, computer training, creative arts, day hospice, day trips, diabetes education, eviction prevention, fitness, food bank, friendly visiting, furniture bank, group dining, Hawaiian dancing, health and community information workshops, home support, hospice home visiting, housing help, knitting, Meals on Wheels, palliative care community team, primary health care, program for Tamil seniors, psychosocial spiritual care, recreational programs, singing, social programs ,workshops, yoga. Multiple locations in Scarborough.

Senior Persons Living Connected

Acupuncture training, addiction support program, addiction supportive housing, adult day programs for seniors with physical frailty or memory issues, assisted transportation, care management, caregiver support, self management programs for chronic pain, diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol, dietitian, escort to appointments, friendly visiting, Geriatric Assessment and Intervention Network (GAIN) Clinic, home support, Meals on Wheels, St Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre rental apartments for seniors, telephone reassurance, Terrace Restaurant, Terrace senior residence for life-lease. The Active Living Centre offers programs such as Android tablet training, arts and crafts, ballroom dancing, bingo, board games, bridge, Cantonese caregiver support group, Cantonese opera singing, carpet bowling, chair gentle fitness, chair tai chi, chess club, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese painting, choir, computer training, craft group, day trips, digital piano, English conversation for beginners, falls prevention, festive lunches and dinners, fitness, free internet access for members, fresh fruit and vegetable market, games, gardening club, gentle fitness, gentle salsa, Good Food box, group lunches in local restaurants, health information workshops, iPad training, karaoke, knit and chat, landscape painting, line dancing, mah jongg, Mandarin course, Mandarin sharing group, movies, music theory reading and singing technique, nylon flowers, outings, painting, Peking opera appreciation, scrabble, smartphone training, special events, Sri Lankan social group, table tennis, tai chi, Tamil support group, vocal training, walking club, yoga, Zumba Gold. Programs in English and Chinese.
3333 Finch Ave. East, Toronto M1W 2R9
Near Warden Ave

SPRINT: Senior peoples' resources in North Toronto

Adult day program for seniors who are physically frail or have cognitive impairment, assisted living and mental health support at designated apartment buildings, assisted transportation, caregiver support, dementia care residence, foot care clinic, home support, Meals on Wheels, peer support group, physician-led interdisciplinary care for homebound seniors, seasonal farmers’ markets, short-term transitional supportive housing for clients discharged from hospitals who still require care, social work support. Community wellness programs include activities such as brain exercises, chair fitness, gentle yoga, group lunches, group shopping, knitting and crochet group, low impact cardio, movie matinees, older LGBT social group, osteo fitness, parties, Samsung tablet training, special events, tai chi.
140 Merton St, 2nd floor, Toronto M4S 1A1
Near Davisville Ave and Yonge St.

Stonegate Community Health Centre

Senior programs: advocacy on tenant-related issues, bingo, bus trips, card games, community garden, counseling, diabetes education and support, educational workshops on community resources, eviction prevention and emergency support, family practice clinic, FoodFit healthy cooking program, foot care, gentle fitness, Good Food box, Good Food market, help filling out forms, help finding affordable housing, income tax clinic, information about government services, nutrition counseling, seasonal Farmers’ Market, services for people with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), shuttle bus to local grocery store, smoking cessation, social club, social club for Polish-speaking seniors.
10 Neighbourhood Lane, Toronto M8Y 0C5
Near Park Lawn Rd and the Queensway

The Neighbourhood Group

Senior programs: adult day program, affordable housing, Akwasti program to support very frail seniors in their own homes, assisted transportation, bingo, carpet bowling, client intervention and assistance, counseling, crafts, day trips, escort to appointments, euchre, friendly visiting, group dining, home support, income tax clinic, Meals on Wheels, ping pong, respite care, social and recreational programs, stroke survivors club, telephone security checks, TIME exercise program for people acquired disability who can walk 10 metres, wellness talks, Wii games, yoga. Senior programs in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Includes Central Neighbourhood House and Neighbourhood Link Support Services. South-central and east-end Toronto.


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