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Organization: Centres d'Accueil Héritage (CAH)  
Phone Numbers: 416-365-3350 ext 242
Fax: 416-365-1533
33 Hahn Pl, Unit 104
Toronto, ON
M5A 4G2
Intersection: Parliament St and Front St E
Location: Toronto (Waterfront Communities-The Island)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Executives: Isabelle Girard - Executive Director
416-365-3350 ext 243
Barbara Ceccarelli - Assistant Executive Director
416-365-3350 ext 262 *
Contacts: Linda Legault - Program Director
416-365-3350 ext 235 *
Hassiatou Salé - Housing Case Manager
416-365-3350 ext 232 *
Service Description: Francophone environment * services include case management, supportive housing, homemaking, congregate dining, Adult Day Program, friendly visiting, hospice visits, Older Adult Persons' Centre, caregiver Support, transportation
Adult Day Program - Adult day program * social, recreational, and therapeutic activities for frail and or cognitively impaired older adults in a group setting * respite for family caregivers * fee includes a hot lunch
Caregiver Support - Assistance, support, and provision of information for family members and other caregivers of frail or cognitively impaired older adults
Congregate Dining - A hot meal served at noon Mon-Fri
Friendly Visiting - Regular security checks for older adults who live alone to provide companionship and support
Homemaking - Emphasis on maintaining client's autonomy through assistance with daily chores (light housekeeping, shopping) and promotion of home exercise and participation in activities of daily living
Hospice Visiting - Companionship, respite care, and emotional support to people and their family/caregivers dealing with the end phase of life including bereavement support
Intervention and Assistance Services/Case Management - Intervention in helping adults navigate to available community support services in providing case management support for seniors in planning next step interventions
Older Adult Centres - Physical exercise, recreational, intellectual and social programming (including day trips, volunteer projects, intergenerational and encounters) for Francophone older adults
Security Checks - Regular phone calls to check on the health and safety of people who live alone
Subsidized and Supportive Housing - On-site personal support services, such as essential homemaking and assistance with daily activities * case management * support with medical appointments and medication * nurse visits twice a month
Transportation - Volunteer drivers provide non-emergency transportation for supportive housing clients to local medical appointments and for the purposes of grocery shopping, banking, and other errands

Services and Programs:

Fees: Varies per program
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Francophone older adults and adults with varying degrees of physical and cognitive impairment, disabilities, who need physical, social, or emotional supports * support to people living with HIV/AIDS
Languages: French
Language Note: Exclusive French Language Service Provider
Area(s) Served:
Toronto and area  
See Also: Community Support Services
Francophone Community

This information was last completely updated on August 3, 2017

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Updated August 3, 2017
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