Senior centres

** About Senior centres

These organizations focus entirely on seniors. Some agencies provide mainly caregiving or other support services; others offer mainly recreational and social activities; some offer both. All the senior centres listed here provide at least some fitness, recreational, or social programs.

Baycrest

Geriatric care facility. Adult day programs, augmentation and alternative communication clinic, behavioural neurology unit, behavioural support for seniors program, cardiac diagnostics, cardiology, community garden program, complex continuing care, counseling and referral services, day treatment centre, dental centre, dermatology, discussion groups, ear nose and throat care, environmental aids for daily living program, ePals, falls prevention program , female pelvic health, foot care, friendly telephone visits, gait technology program, geriatric assessment, geriatric hospital, Holocaust resource program, inpatient rehabilitation, integrated community care team, Jewish cultural programming, long term care, memory clinic, mental health services, movement disorders clinic, multiple sclerosis clinic, music therapy, neurology, neuropsychology and cognitive health, online caregiver support group, ophthalmology, palliative care unit, physiatry, retirement home, seating and mobility clinic, spasticity management clinic, swallowing clinic, therapeutic recreation, upper extremity program, urology, voice treatment for Parkinson’s, wound care, The Wagman Centre is open to the community and offers a variety of recreational programs, educational programs, social programs,
3560 Bathurst St, Toronto M6A 2E1
Near Wilson Ave.
416-785-2500

Bernard Betel Centre

Acrylic painting, at-home respite care, bingo, bridge, canasta, chair fitness, chair yoga, chalk pastel workshops, chess, choir, colouring club, computer training, concerts, cooking demo, core and strength training, creative writing, crisis intervention, current events discussion group, day trips, Death Café discussion group, diabetes education and counseling, digital photography, drawing and acrylic, English conversation, eye clinic, fitness, fitness for people with lung disorders, foot care clinic, free social and recreational programs for isolated seniors in their own homes, French conversation, friendly visiting, garden club, hearing aid clinic, hearing screening clinic, Hebrew club, Hebrew conversation, intergenerational programs, introduction to drawing, iPhone and Android training, Israeli dancing, karate, knitting and needlepoint, kosher cafeteria, kosher Meals on Wheels, landscape painting, library, lifelong learning courses, line dancing, lunch and learn, lunch program for Holocaust survivors, luncheons, mah jongg, men’s discussion group, Microsoft Office training, mixed media, movies, nutrition clinic, oil painting, osteo fitness, outings, overnight trips, pottery, Reiki clinic, rummy-cube, Russian cultural program, self-portraiture, service navigation and information clinic, singalongs, social media training, social work clinics, Spanish conversation, special events, stress management, stretching, Sudoku, tai chi, walking club, watercolour painting, wellness lectures and workshops, women’s discussion group, woodworking, yoga, Zumba Gold. For seniors 55+.
1003 Steeles Ave W, Toronto M2R 3T6
Near Bathurst St
416-225-2112

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.
416-447-7244

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.
416-743-3892

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
416-365-3350

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

Fairfield Seniors' Centre

Billiards, billiards for women, body sculpt, cardio mix, ceramics, computer training, drawing, educational services, gentle fitness, hatha yoga, line dancing, osteo fitness, pilates, qigong, quilting, slo-pitch, social services, special events, support services tai chi, watercolour painting, Zumba Gold. Need older adult membership card.
80 Lothian Ave, Toronto M9C 2J8
Near Bloor St W and Islington Ave.
416-394-8686

Finnish-Canadian Senior Centre

Aquafitness, bazaars, bingo, cafeteria, concerts, crafts, fitness groups, game nights, hair salon, library, massage, musical program, parties, sauna/pool, seminars, singalongs, study groups, trips, walking groups, workshops. Warm water pool.
795 Eglinton Ave E, M4G 4E4
Near Laird Dr.
416-425-4134

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

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