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City of Brantford Seniors Guide to Services
Access Ability – Seniors Guide to Services, answers some of the most common questions about programs and services available in the Brantford-Brant area for older adults. The Guide contains useful information about safety, health promotion, disease prevention, emergency preparedness, and healthy living. The Guide can be downloaded from the City of Brantford website.
City of Hamilton – Recreation – Seniors Drop In Programs
- Website: www.hamilton.ca/CultureandRecreation/Recreation/Seniors/SeniorRecreationCentreDropInProgram
Activities for Seniors from card games to biking. Includes a schedule for each centre.Seniors must have a Membership ($30.00) for Senior Centres or a Club Card ($6.00) for Senior Club programs. A nominal daily admission fee may also be included. Contact the Centre or Club directly for more information on fees and program information.
City of Hamilton Culture & Recreation Centre Links for Seniors
City of Hamilton Recreation Centres for Seniors: Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre, Main Hess Seniors Centre, Sackville Hill Seniors Centre, YWCA Hamilton Seniors Active Living Centre – MacNab, YWCA Hamilton Seniors Active Living Centre – Ottawa.
Seniors Clubs: Dundas Rotary Cattel Seniors Centre, Rosedale Seniors, Stoney Creek “Club 60”, Seniors Activities of Southwest Hamilton (S.A.S.H.), Warden Park Seniors, Winona Seniors
City of Hamilton Support Programs for Seniors
Contact information and answers to basic questions for people in need or those acting on their behalf: Affordable Transit Pass Program; Community Health Bus; Dental Services; Funerals, Burials & Cremations; Helping Hands; Home Management Program; Housing Support Programs for Low-Income Households; Ontario Works Benefits; Recreation Fee Assistance; Snow Angels; Special Supports Program. Also: Tax Rebate Program, Utilities Arrears Program; Assistive Devices Program; Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP); Ontario Drug Benefit (Trillium Drug Program). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
City of London | Seniors
- Website: www.london.ca/residents/Seniors
Information about City of London seniors centres, seniors recreational opportunities, programs and more for seniors in the London area.
City of Niagara Falls Recreation Senior Centre
The mission of the Coronation 50 Plus Recreation Centre is to enhance the quality of life and well being of those 50 and over in the City of Niagara Falls. The Coronation Centre strives to contribute to the social, educational and recreational needs by offering programs and services in a safe and comfortable environment. Tel: 905 356 6493
City of St. Catharines Senior Centres
The City of St. Catharines operates three centres for older adults conveniently located throughout the city. We have created a welcoming, stimulating and happy atmosphere where adults 50+ can enjoy programs, events, and services. Contact Tel: 905 688 5600
City of Welland – Senior Citizens Advisory Committee
The Senior Citizens Advisory Committee serves in an advisory capacity to City Council and staff on matters that impact the quality of life of senior citizens in the City of Welland.
Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)
- Website: healthcareathome.ca/hnhb
Local Community Care Access Centres are funded and legislated by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. They are connectors to home care, health services, long-term care destinations, and other services in your community. Contact Tel: 310-2222 (CCAC) 1-800-810-0000
Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)
- Website: www.ccac-ont.ca/
Local Community Care Access Centres are funded and legislated by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. They are connectors to home care, health services, long-term care destinations, and other services in your community. 310-2222 (CCAC)