Baycrest

Address: 3560 Bathurst St, , Toronto, M6A 2E1
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Phone: 416-785-2500
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Website: www.baycrest.org
Predominant Culture: Jewish, Principles of Judiasm guide daily operations while service is provided to clients of all backgrounds.
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LHIN: Toronto Central
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Cost: Daily fee, but subsidies are available for those who qualify.
Population Served: Services are provided to people who live in the community and are 65 years old or older, with the exception of clients who have Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) or frontal lobe disturbance who may be younger than 65 years of age.
Note: Do not accept people who require 2-person assistance for transferring or toileting, are regularly incontinent of stool, are a threat to self or others, are at risk of choking, need total assistance with eating, have unstable medical condition, require standing medications to be dispensed at times other than 12:00 noon, require a private caregiver in Mountainview Club or wander in Oceanside Club.
Area Served: East of Dufferin St/Vaughan Rd; north of St Clair Ave; west of Oriole Pkwy; north of Eglinton; west of Yonge St; north of York Mills Rd; west of Leslie St; South of Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St; South of Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St
Additional Information: Through social, recreational and educational activities for older adults, the Day Centre helps provide stimulation and a renewed sense of independence for people who are living at home but may be isolated or lonely. It also offers respite for families.
3 clubs in the Day Centre provide a non-sectarian, structured day program:
The Parkland Club: serves the well elderly and physically frail
The Oceanside Club: serves mildly cognitively impaired elderly
The Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Club: serves moderately to severely cognitively impaired elderly.
In partnership with the Brain Health Centre Clinics, we also provide newly expanded services to individuals living in the community with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) of frontal lobe disturbance.
Programs are non-sectarian but oriented towards Jewish culture.
Contact: Intake Coordinator 416-785-2500 ext. 2223
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Daily fee, but subsidies are available for those who qualify.
Population Served: Services are provided to people who live in the community and are 65 years old or older, with the exception of clients who have Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) or frontal lobe disturbance who may be younger than 65 years of age.
Note: Do not accept people who require 2-person assistance for transferring or toileting, are regularly incontinent of stool, are a threat to self or others, are at risk of choking, need total assistance with eating, have unstable medical condition, require standing medications to be dispensed at times other than 12:00 noon, require a private caregiver in Mountainview Club or wander in Oceanside Club.
Area Served: East of Dufferin St/Vaughan Rd; north of St Clair Ave; west of Oriole Pkwy; north of Eglinton; west of Yonge St; north of York Mills Rd; west of Leslie St; South of Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St; South of Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St
Additional Information: Through social, recreational and educational activities for older adults, the Day Centre helps provide stimulation and a renewed sense of independence for people who are living at home but may be isolated or lonely. It also offers respite for families.
2clubs in the Day Centre provide a non-sectarian, structured day program specifically for people with cognitive impairment:
The Oceanside Club: serves mildly cognitively impaired elderly
The Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Club: serves moderately to severely cognitively impaired elderly.
In partnership with the Brain Health Centre Clinics, we also provide newly expanded services to individuals living in the community with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) of frontal lobe disturbance.
Programs are non-sectarian but oriented towards Jewish culture.
Contact: Intake Coordinator 416-785-2500 ext. 2223
Last Updated: September 2012
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Cost: No extra cost. Service is provided as part of the Adult Day Program.
Population Served: This service is available for participants of the Adult Day Program
Area Served: E of Dufferin St. / Vaughan Rd; N of St. Clair Ave; W of Avenue Rd/Oriole Pkwy; N of Eglinton Ave.; W of Yonge St; N of York Mills Rd; W of Leslie St; Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St. Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St
Additional Information: Community Day Centre for Seniors: Parkland, Oceanside and/or Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Clubs and the Community Outreach Team and the Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2222 for Community Day Centre or 416-785-2500 ext. 2223 Counselling & Referral Services
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: No extra charge - part of the Day Program cost.
Population Served: This service is available for participant is our Adult Day Program - Alzheimerís Day Program
Area Served: E of Dufferin St. / Vaughan Rd; N of St. Clair Ave; W of Oriole Pkwy; N of Eglinton Ave.; W of Yonge St; N of York Mills Rd; W of Leslie St; South of Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St. South of Steels Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St.
Additional Information: Service consists of an interdisciplinary team in contact with family, family physician and other professionals. Our team includes a social worker, registered nurse and program coordinator)
Service provided by: Community Day Centre for Seniors: Parkland, Oceanside and/or Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Clubs (Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre).
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2222 for Community Day Centre or 416-785-2500 ext. 2223 for Counselling & Referral Services
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Clients charged a daily Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care mandated fee. Subsidies available to qualified applicants
Population Served: Usually 60 or older.
NOTE: Patients with wandering behaviour are not eligible.
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: The Complex Continuing Care Program of Baycrest Hospital provides care for patients, 60 years and over, with complex medical conditions in a non-acute hospital setting.
Program & Services: Our program provides assessment, treatment and management for patients with multiple chronic complex medical conditions and diagnosis. Our interdisciplinary teams manage patients with tracheostomies, ileostomies, enteral feeding, IV, PICC Lines, and advanced wounds. At Baycrest CCC we provide pain and symptom management and provision of end of life care.
Approach to Care: Our approach to care includes providing patients quality of life within the scope of the patientís condition. We provide an interprofessional approach to meeting physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being, and offer a holistic and team approach to end of life care for terminal medical conditions. The Complex Continuing Care Program helps patients and their families identify strategies that support client centered and quality-of-life goals. Although the Hospital is non-sectarian, the principles of Judaism guide Baycrest in daily operations while serving clients of all backgrounds. Baycrest is a Kosher facility.
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: No extra cost. Service is provided as part of the Adult Day Program. No charge in the Community Outreach Team
Population Served: This service is available for participants of the Adult Day Program
Area Served: East of Dufferin St/Vaughan Rd; north of St Clair Ave; west of Oriole Pkwy; north of Eglinton; west of Yonge St; north of York Mills Rd; west of Leslie St; South of Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St; South of Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St
Additional Information: Multidisciplinary team provides support and counselling as part of the Alzheimerís Day Program. Care Outreach Team will make recommendations in crisis situations in the best interest of the client/caregiver with family involvement. Placement may have to be arranged in a crisis situation.
Service provided by: Community Day Centre for Seniors: Parkland, Oceanside and/or Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Clubs and the Community Outreach Team and the Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre.
Multidisciplinary team provides support and counselling as part of the Alzheimerís Day Program. Care Outreach Team will make recommendations in crisis situations in the best interest of the client/caregiver with family involvement. Placement may have to be arranged in a crisis situation.
Service provided by: Community Day Centre for Seniors: Parkland, Oceanside and/or Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Clubs and the Community Outreach Team and the Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2222 for Community Day Centre
416-785-2500 ext. 2488 for Community Outreach Team
416-785-2500 ext. 2223 for Counselling & Referral Services
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Wellness Path Program : Covered by OHIP.
Falls Prevention Program: No charge to patient other than a nominal fee for the manual that participant keeps
Population Served: Wellness Path Program : Frail seniors 55 and over having difficulty functioning in their homes.
Falls Prevention Program: Adults 65 or older living in the community who have a fallen or have a fear of falling
Area Served: Keele St to Yonge St, St. Clair Ave to Steeles Ave
Additional Information: Wellness Path Program : an outpatient rehabilitation program for elderly people living in the community who are experiencing challenges at home. We use a team approach to help address needs. The ultimate goal is to is to help clients live independently in the community. Note: Clients attending the program must need the intervention of two or more disciplines including: physician, nursing, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, dietary, physiotherapy, recreational therapy and social work. At discharge clients are usually linked to a community program.
Required: Physician completed and signed medical referral highlighting 2 or more disciplines and concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing, swallowing and/or caregiver stress to be considered for the program. Clients are seen for an interdisciplinary assessment and, if accepted, begin the program.
Required attendance: Must attend 2 times per week for 3 hours each day for a total of 12 weeks. Monday/Wednesday 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. or Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 a.m. to12:00 noon Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2588 Fax (416)785-2409
Falls Prevention Program: Interprofessional risk management, education and exercise program for older adults living in the Community who have experienced one or more falls or near misses or have a fear of falling. The goal is to minimize the risk of future falls.
Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9:00 a.m. -12:00 noon
Service provided at the Day Treatment Centre (Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre) 416-785-2500 Ext 2588 Fax 416-785-2409
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: No cost
Population Served: Seniors, Caregivers, Family Members
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2223
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Minimal or no cost
Population Served: Seniors, Caregivers, Family Members, Health care professionals
Area Served: E of Dufferin St/ Vaughan Rd.; N of St. Clair Ave; W of Avenue Rd./Oriole Pkwy; N of Eglinton; W of Yonge St; N of York Mills Rd; W of Leslie St; Centre St from Dufferin St to Yonge St; Steeles Ave from Yonge St to Leslie St.
Additional Information: Caregivers: Contact the Community Day Centre for Seniors. Inquire about the Parkland, Oceanside and/or Samuel Lunenfeld Mountainview Clubs.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2222

Professionals: Training and Education provided by psychogeriatric resources based within the Baycrest team.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 3198

Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: No charge.
Population Served: Individuals diagnosed with dementia before the age of 65.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Service provided by the Brain Health Centre Memory Clinics.
Required: Physician Referral
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2444 Fax: 416-785-2484
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: No charge to patient.
Population Served: Elderly patients
Area Served: Jane St to Yonge St, St. Clair Ave to Steeles Ave
Additional Information: There is no formal team but as part of our comprehensive assessment in the community outreach and the Day Treatment, we assess for abusive situations and would make recommendations in consultation with the team to the appropriate service, ensuring client/caregiver safety.
Service provided at the Day Treatment Centre (Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre)
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: Chiropody $30/visit . Foot & Wound Clinic covered by OHIP
Population Served: Individuals with dementia, caregivers. Open to public.
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Two full-time chiropodists on site provide treatment for nails, calluses and diabetic/pressure ulcers. Customer made Rx orthotics available for patients and family members at an extra cost. Clients will be referred for further investigation as necessary i.e. foot/wound and skin integrity clinics.
A Foot and Wound Clinic is also available twice monthly for investigation, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of pressure/diabetic ulcers, gangrene, leg/foot pain and other conditions that may require surgical intervention. Clients will be referred for further investigation as necessary to vascular surgery, Orthopaedics Clinic, Orthotics Clinic or Home Care.
Required: Complete signed medical referral required for Foot & Wound Clinic
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Geriatric assessments of the frail elderly living in the community with the goal of making recommendations that improve the quality of life and functional ability of the individual being visited.
Area Served: Jane St to Yonge St, St. Clair Ave to Steeles Ave
Additional Information: In-home functional assessment performed by a Registered Nurse to determine the persons ability to carry out activities of daily living (i.e. bathing, dressing, eating, ambulating, taking medication) without assistance. Recommendations made to improve functional ability i.e. gait assessment, homemaking services, respite care, swallowing assessment, meals on wheels, lifeline etc.
Required: A complete signed medical referral to the intake secretary is required highlighting concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing, swallowing, and/or caregiver stress.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext 2488 Community Outreach Team / Saul & Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Seniors with complex medical and/or cognitive decline
Area Served: Jane St to Yonge St, St. Clair Ave to Steeles Ave
Additional Information: Outpatient Geriatric Clinic: Comprehensive geriatric assessment for personís with complex medical and/or cognitive decline is performed assessing for reversible causes of dementia and/or recommendations to assist patients and caregivers in managing overall health and cognitive decline/dementia in-home.
Required: Complete signed medical referral to the intake secretary is required highlighting concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing, swallowing, and/or caregiver stress
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext 2488 Community Outreach Team / Saul & Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Varies according to client's need.
Population Served: Anyone requiring household, recreational and personal care items
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: The Ability Store is a retail outlet operated by Baycrest. A wide range of products offer ease, comfort and safety for everyday activities. Specialty items like large-grip utensils, long-handled bath brushes and many other helpful items are provided by the Ability Store.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2741
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: Student worker (12-17 yrs) $10/hr . Adult worker (18 yrs or older) $15/hr . Workers using their own equipment $30/hr
Population Served: Seniors and adults with disabilities living in North York.
Area Served: North York
Additional Information: Four Seasons Connections is a home support service that provides outdoor maintenance to seniors and adults with disabilities. Services may include: lawn mowing, gardening, leaf raking, snow shoveling (emergency snow removal NOT included), window cleaning, outdoor painting, eavestrough cleaning and other odd jobs. Requests should be made 48 hours in advance. Non-profit organization is a partnership with Joseph E. & Minnie Wagman Centre of Baycrest, Bernard Betel Centre for Creative Living, North York Seniors Centre and Taylor Place Community Services.
Contact: Four Seasons Connections 416-447-5074
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Seniors.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Service provided by the Community Outreach Team and the Saul and Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre
Required: Intake Secretary requires a complete signed medical referral highlighting concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing etc.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2488
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Hourly rates based on services required. Minimum 2 hours per visit. Call for details
Population Served: Adults aged 55 and older living in Greater Toronto Area and York Region
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Services can be provided at home, in hospital, within Baycrest or in any retirement home or long term care facility. Program provided in cooperation with Spectrum Health Care. Male/female caregivers available.
Contact: Baycrest Home Care Services 416-964-6402
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: No Cost
Population Served: Seniors, Caregivers, Family Members
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2223
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: $42.95 per month. Installation $89.95. Discounts to veterans who qualify.
Population Served: Anyone affiliated with Baycrest and/or living in the Metropolitan Toronto and York Regions.
Area Served: Metropolitan Toronto and York Region
Additional Information: Live confidently at home with Baycrest Lifeline, the #1 medical alert which provides help at the push of a button, 24 hours a day. Lifeline with AutoAlert has an added layer of protection by automatically placing a call for help if a fall is detected and you canít push your button.
Contact Baycrest Lifeline 416-442-5547
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Persons suffering disturbances in cognitive function and behaviour due to brain dysfunction. Problems may include memory loss, speech and language disorders and/or cognitive deficits associated with psychiatric disorders such as depression.
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: We provide assessment and diagnosis, pharmacotherapy, non-pharmacological assessment, counselling and education. No age limit for referral of clients but they must be adults and meet the following reasons for referral including: assessment and/or management of dementia or abnormal behaviour due to disorders such as Alzheimerís disease, Frontotemporal dementia (FTD), Vascular dementia.
Required: Physician referral must be faxed to 416-784-2484
Contact: 416-785-2444. Sam and Ida Ross Memory Clinic, 6th Floor, Brain Health Complex
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Usually 65 or older. Clients usually experiencing complex web of medical, functional and social problem that interfere with wellbeing and ability to function.
Area Served: (Geriatric Clinic): Steeles Avenue to St. Clair Ave, Avenue Road (W side) to Dufferin Street
(Memory Clinic) Open catchment area.
Additional Information: GERIATRIC CLINIC After the comprehensive nursing assessment is complete, a referral may be made to any one of the following: physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social work and all patients are seen by the geriatrician, either in clinic or in the home.
Required: A complete signed medical referral to the intake secretary is required highlighting concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing, swallowing, and/or caregiver stress.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2488 Community Outreach Team / Saul & Rae Saltzman Day Treatment Centre

BRAIN HEALTH CENTRE CLINICS: Mood and Related Disorders Clinic, Sam and Ida Ross Memory Clinic and Louis and Leah Posluns Stroke and Cognition Clinic
Required: A complete signed medical referral to the intake secretary is required highlighting concerns with functioning i.e. falls, difficulty bathing, swallowing, and/or caregiver stress.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 4359 6th Floor, Brain Health Complex

Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Older adults who may have dementias such as Alzheimerís disease, Frontotemporal dementia (FTD), or abnormal behaviour. Frail seniors, persons who have had a stroke, Parkinsonís patients.
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Brain Health Centre Clinics includes: Mood and Related Disorders Clinic, Sam and Ida Ross Memory Clinic and a Louis and Leah Posluns Stroke and Cognition Clinic. If patients have been referred to other services within Baycrest (i.e. Social Work or Occupational Therapy etc.) team members work with the patient to assist them with their needs and meet weekly (Memory clinic) and bi-weekly (Mood clinic) to go over clientsí progress, health concerns and management issues
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 4359. located on the 6th Floor of the Brain Health Complex
Last Updated: April 2011
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Usually age 65 or older. Clients with dementia, cognitive and neuro-behavioural problems
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Patients in the Sam and Ida Ross Memory Clinic are assessed by a physician from the Memory team which is made up of two behavioural neurologists, a geriatrician and three psychiatrists
Contact: 416-785-2444 Memory Clinic 6th Floor, Brain Health Complex .
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Call to inquire about hourly rates and subsidies.
Population Served: Adults aged 55 and older living in Greater Toronto Area and York Region
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: In co-operation with Spectrum Health Care 416-964-6402.
Male and female caregivers available.
Contact: 416-964-6402
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: Covered by OHIP. Co-payment and/or room charges may apply.
Population Served: Adults seeking end-of-life comfort care, aged 55 and older.
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: 31 bed unit, Specialized care focusing on symptom control related to terminal disease.
Please call Palliative Intake Social Worker 416-785-2500 x2256 for information/tour.
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Hourly rates for services vary based on the type of service needed.
Population Served: Adults aged 55 and older living in the Greater Toronto Area and York Region
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Adults aged 55 and older living in the Greater Toronto Area and York Region can subscribe for a full range of home care services that can be tailored to meet individual needs. The services are available seven days a week, 24-hours a day and can be provided in-home, in hospital, within Baycrest or in any retirement home or long-term care facility.
For further information: Call Baycrest Home Care Services at 416-964-6402
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Clients usually experiencing a complex web of medical, functional, social problems that interfere with wellbeing and ability to function.
Area Served: (Geriatric Clinic): Steeles Avenue to St. Clair Avenue, Avenue Road (W side) to Dufferin Street
(Memory Clinic) Open catchment area.
Additional Information: GERIATRIC CLINIC: A psychiatrist provides assessment together with an allied health professional.
Required: Referral to team from any source, provided that family physician is informed is in agreement with referral and will provide information.
Contact: 416-785-2500 ext. 2730 Catchment (Geriatric Clinic): Steeles Avenue / St. Clair Avenue / Avenue Road (W side) / Dufferin Street

MOOD AND RELATED DISORDERS CLINIC: A comprehensive mood assessment is carried out by a psychiatrist and other team members through interviews and pencil-and-paper questionnaire
Required: Referral to team from any source, provided that family physician is informed is in agreement with referral and will provide information.
Contact: 416.785.2400 ext. 4359 Mood and Related Disorders Clinic (6th floor Brain Health Complex
Catchment : open

Last Updated: April 2011
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Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Usually age 65 plus.
Area Served: (Geriatric Clinic): Steeles Avenue to St. Clair Avenue, Avenue Road (W side) to Dufferin Street
(Memory Clinic) Open catchment area.
Additional Information: GERIATRIC CLINIC: Psychiatrist and allied health professionals provide in-home assessment within catchment area or office visits if outside catchment area and no alternative service available. Consultation with geriatric medicine and other medical specialties may be requested as needed.
Required: Referral to team from any source, provided that family physician is informed is in agreement with referral and will provide information.
Contact (Geriatric Clinic): 416-785-2500 ext. 2730
Catchment (Geriatric Clinic): Steeles Avenue / St. Clair Avenue / Avenue Road (W side) / Dufferin Street

MOOD AND RELATED DISORDERS CLINIC: A comprehensive mood assessment is carried out by a psychiatrist and other team members through interviews and pencil-and-paper questionnaire
Required: Referral to team from any source, provided that family physician is informed is in agreement with referral and will provide information.
Contact (Memory Clinic): 416-785-2400 ext. 4359 Mood and Related Disorders Clinic , 6th floor Brain Health Complex.
Catchment : open

Last Updated: April 2011
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Cost: Call to inquire about hourly rates and subsidies.
Population Served: Adults aged 55 and older
Area Served: Open catchment area.
Additional Information: Call 416-964-6402 for details.
Last Updated: January 2008
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Cost: No cost
Population Served: Caregivers, Family Members
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Caring for Your Loved One:
Psychoeducational Education and Caregiver Support Series for non-spousal Adult Caregivers.
Held 2 times each year in the fall and spring.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext. 3587 or ext. 2998.

Frontotemporal Dementia Caregiver Support Group
Group is hosted online.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext. 2526.
The Changing Relationship Spousal Support Group:
Meet other community based spousal caregivers caring for partners with dementia. Psychotherapeutic, emotion focused as well as educational and support component. Discuss the emotional impact of caregiving and share information and knowledge.
8 week program held twice each year in the Spring and Fall at Baycrest. Closed group of 6-8 members.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext. 2480 or ext. 3199.
Last Updated: August 2012
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Cost: No cost
Population Served: Caregivers, Family Members
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Frontotemporal Dementia Caregiver Support Group
Group is hosted online.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext. 2526.
The Changing Relationship Spousal Support Group:
Meet other community based spousal caregivers caring for partners with dementia. Psychotherapeutic, emotion focused as well as educational and support component. Discuss the emotional impact of caregiving and share information and knowledge.
8 week program held twice each year in the Spring and Fall at Baycrest. Closed group of 6-8 members.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext. 2480 or ext. 3199.
Last Updated: September 2012
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Cost: No cost
Population Served: Individuals with dementia.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Early Stage Support Group
Group meets weekly, Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Goal of group is to help individuals cope with issues related to their loss of memory, assessment required.
To register please call: 416-785-2500 ext 3589
Last Updated: August 2012
 

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