Search Organizations (English): Ontario, Caregivers

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Caregiver Support Group

Provides education and support to caregivers of frail elderly persons and persons with dementia. Profesionally facilitated.

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Chinese Caregiver Support Service
Increases knowledge of care management, community resources and health issues/diseases relevant to caregiving. Enhances the coping skills of cargivers. Provides opportunities for ongoing social and emotional support. (See Details)
Community Care East York

Provides a continuum of supportive services for older adults, persons with disibilities and caregivers in East York which enhances their independence, good health and well-being.

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Alzheimer Family Support Group (Scarborough)
Supports those caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease. Professionally facilitated.
Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
Strives to enrich the quality of life of the elderly by addressing the diverse needs of an aging population. Provides programs and services which include specialized outpatient, mental health, residential, recreational and medical support services. (See Details)
Care for the Caregiver
Provides caregivers the opportunity to meet, share information and learn how to cope better with the demands of being a caregiver. Professionally facilitated.
Caregiver Alliance of North York
Provides a network of coordinated services and education for caregivers and the community. As well, the Alliance provides support and advocates for social change affecting caregiving issues. Professionally facilitated.
Caregiver Support Group (Second Mile Club)
Teaches caregiving resources, coping strategies, feelings and experiences. Provides peer group support. Professionally facilitated.
Caring for an Aging relative Workshops/Caregiver Discussion Group
Helps meet the needs of those caring for aging parents, relatives or friends. Professionally faciltated.
Circle of Care (Adult Children's Support Group)
Offers mutual support and education to adult sons and daughters who are caring for a loved one with irreversible cognitive impairment (i.e. Alzheimer's Disease). Professionally facilitated. (See Details)