Bernard Betel Centre for Creative Living

Address: 1003 Steeles Ave W, , Toronto, M2R 3T6
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Phone: 416-225-2112
Fax: 416-225-2097
Email: reception@betelcentre.org
Website: www.betelcentre.org
Predominant Culture: English, Hebrew, Russian
Notes:
LHIN: Central
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Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year.
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members.
Persons with dementia and their caregivers
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Assessment, initial crisis intervention and counselling, provide referrals to other community agencies or health care professionals as required.
Service available in English, Hebrew and Russian.
Last Updated: January 2011
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Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year.
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members.
Persons with dementia and their caregivers
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Chiropodists provide basic foot care and education at clinic.
By appointment only. Waiting list for new clients
Available weekdays Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Fridays 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Sundays 10:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Last Updated: January 2011
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Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members
Older person living alone, feeling isolated or home bound.
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Program helps to create social contact and support while providing valuable companionship and reassurance.
Trained volunteer will visit in home on weekly basis.
2 to 3 hours per visit.
No nursing care or personal care provided.
Coordinator of Community Support Services will visit family in home for assessment prior to matching with volunteer, and will accompany volunteer on first visit.
Last Updated: January 2011
definition
Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members.
Persons with dementia and their caregivers
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Referrals accepted from doctor, community agencies.
Assessment will be done in clients home by Coordinator of Community Support Services.
Last Updated: January 2011
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Cost: $8.00 for hot meal with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members.
Persons with dementia and their caregivers
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Kosher meals available. Deliveries made Monday to Friday 11:45 am to 1:45 pm, excluding Jewish holidays.
Extra meals to cover weekends may be ordered in advance, meals for Jewish holidays on weekdays will be delivered in advance.
Last Updated: January 2011
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Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members
Persons with dementia, family caregivers. Visits for family members who are unable to remain at home alone.
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Program promotes the mental and physical well ageing of the senior caregiver by giving him/her a much needed break while providing their family member with the companionship of a caring and responsible volunteer
Trained volunteers will visit with person with dementia in their home in order to provide caregivers a weekly break for 2 to 3 hours per visit.
No nursing care or personal care provided.
Coordinator of Community Support Services will visit family in home for assessment prior to matching with volunteer, and will accompany volunteer on first visit.
Last Updated: January 2011
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Cost: Free with membership to Betel Centre of $45.00 per year
Population Served: Seniors who are Bernard Betel Centre members who would like to receive calls on a regular basis.
Area Served: North York: Dufferin to Don Mills, Steeles to Lawrence, plus parts of Thornhill, (Clark Ave. to the north) and Wilson Ave. to the south, southern part of Richmond Hill.
Additional Information: Program helps create social connection and support while providing an opportunity to monitor the general well-being of our clients.
Trained volunteers will call at times convenient to both the senior and volunteer.
Last Updated: January 2011
 

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