Fitness, Exercise, Social and Recreation Programs

  • Exercise and Falls Prevention Programs
  • Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for Seniors
  • Healthy Aging
  • Seniors' Centres

Foot Care and Dental

  • Chiropody Clinics
  • Dental Clinics - Low Cost Programs
  • Foot Care

Health Conditions and Diseases

  • Arthritis
  • Bone Disease
  • COPD
  • Diabetes Education Programs
  • Heart Disease
  • Lung and Respiratory Conditions
  • Pain
  • Self-Management Support Programs
  • Stroke

Housing

  • Home Modification
  • Housing Referral and Rights
  • Seniors' Apartments

Meals and Nutrition

  • Congregate Dining
  • Diet, Nutrition and Weight Control
  • Meal Delivery Services
  • Shopping and Grocery Assistance

Mental Health and Addictions

  • Alcohol and Drug Addiction Assessment and Treatment
  • Mental Health for Seniors
  • Problem Gambling
  • Smoking Cessation

Transportation and Driving

  • Public Transportation
  • Transportation - Disabled Parking Permit
  • Transportation - Driver Assessment and Rehabilitation
  • Transportation - Volunteer and Non-Accessible
Diabetes Education Programs
Diabetes Education Programs provide individuals with the tools, skills and confidence needed to properly self-manage their diabetes and enable them to live healthy lives. The Diabetes Education teams consist primarily of a registered nurse and a dietitian who work with family physicians and diabetes care experts. People with diabetes are encouraged to take an active role in the day-to-day management of their own health care and can access one of Ontario's Diabetes Education Programs for assistance.
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