Senior Persons Living Connected

Active living centre, addiction support , addiction supportive housing, adult day programs, arts classes, assisted transportation, caregiver support, choir, escort to shopping and appointments, friendly visiting, gentle fitness, geriatric assessment, health information workshops, help navigating the healthcare system, home support, line dance, meals on wheels, monthly fruit and vegetable markets, restaurant, table tennis, telephone reassurance.
3333 Finch Ave. East, Toronto M1W 2R9
Near Warden Ave

SPRINT: Senior peoples' resources in North Toronto

Adult day program, assisted transportation, brain games, caregiver support, chair yoga, concerts, dementia care residence, foot care, fruit and vegetable boxes, gentle stretch, home support, integrated house calls team providing health care at home, knitting and crocheting, LGBT social, listen to stories, low-impact cardio, meals on wheels, meditation, music and conversation, origami club, qigong, social work support, stretch and strength, supportive housing to ease the transition from hospital to home, tai chi, watercolour painting.
140 Merton St, 2nd floor, Toronto M4S 1A1
Near Davisville Ave and Yonge St.

St Demetrius Apartments

A 15-story, 259-unit apartment building for independent seniors aged 65+. Some programs, activities and support are still available during the pandemic. TTC Community Bus stops right by the building; shopping plaza is located across the street. Affordable housing run by a not-for-profit organization.
123 La Rose Avenue, Toronto M9P 3T3
Near Eglinton Ave W and Royal York Rd

Stonegate Community Health Centre

Senior programs: asthma education and smoking cessation, community garden, counseling and mental health services, dental services, diabetes education, dietitian, educational workshops, fall prevention, food program workshops, FoodFit cooking program, foot care, gentle chair yoga, gentle fitness, Good Food Box, Good Food Market, grocery shopping trips, housing support and case management, mindfulness, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, primary care, social activities.
10 Neighbourhood Lane, Toronto M8Y 0C5
Near Park Lawn Rd and the Queensway

The Neighbourhood Group

Senior programs: adult day program, affordable housing, assisted transportation, client intervention and assistance, exercise, food bank, friendly visiting, group dining, Home at Last support for transition from hospital to home, home support, intensive case management, meals on wheels, respite care, stroke survivors adult day program, support for seniors at risk of homelessness, telephone security checks. Includes Central Neighbourhood House, Neighbourhood Link Support Services and St Stephen’s Community House. South-central and east-end Toronto.

Toronto Community Housing

Toronto HomeShare

Part of Canada HomeShare, this nonprofit intergenerational program matches home providers aged 55+ with post secondary students. In exchange for affordable rent, students contribute 5 - 7 hours of home help or companionship per week.


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