Toronto North Support Services - Pathways for Seniors

Address: 132 Railside Road, Unit 2, Toronto, M3A 1A3
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Phone: 416-499-5969 ext. 232 or 237
Fax: 416-640-2817
Email: info@tnss.ca
Website: www.tnss.ca
Predominant Culture: Tamil
Notes: in partnership with Senior Tamils' Centre of Ontario
LHIN: Central
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Cost: Call for details
Population Served: Tamil speaking seniors living in North York who are experiencing age-related disabilities including depression, anxiety, and dementia. As well as family members at risk of caregiver burnout.
Area Served: North York : Humber River to Victoria Park, Steeles Ave W to Eglinton W
Additional Information: Pathways for Seniors provides:
case management for seniors and their families, home visits provided
needs assessment and access to community supports and services to assist seniors to stay in their home

Referrals accepted from: seniors with age related difficulties, doctors, caregivers/family members, community agencies

Last Updated: September 2010
definition
Cost: Call for details
Population Served: Tamil speaking seniors living in North York who are experiencing age-related disabilities including depression, anxiety, and dementia. As well as family members at risk of caregiver burnout.
Area Served: North York : Humber River to Victoria Park, Steeles Ave W to Eglinton W
Additional Information: Pathways for Seniors provides: information on health and wellness, antistigma education on mental health, addictions and dementia
Referrals accepted from: seniors with age related difficulties, doctors, caregivers/family members, community agencies
Last Updated: September 2010
definition
Cost: Call for details
Population Served: Tamil speaking seniors living in North York who are experiencing age-related disabilities including depression, anxiety, and dementia. As well as family members at risk of caregiver burnout.
Area Served: North York : Humber River to Victoria Park, Steeles Ave W to Eglinton W
Additional Information: Pathways for Seniors provides: access to community supports and services to assist seniors to stay in their home
Referrals accepted from: seniors with age related difficulties, doctors, caregivers/family members, community agencies
Last Updated: September 2010
 

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