INCREASING DEPENDENCE

and reducing isolation

seniors

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seniors attended English classes, received help with accessing government income maintenance programs or community and health services, while others engaged in activities that help them stay active and independent.

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of clients who access our psychiatric services are seniors.

Language & Skills Training Services

Italian Family Assistance Association (CIFAA) and to seniors of the Caravelle Club, Bosnian Seniors’ Association and the Association of Spanish-speaking Seniors to assist them in their social, educational, and recreational activities.

Elderly Persons’ Centre allows Italian seniors the opportunity to take part in daily social, cultural, recreational and educational activities; Encuentro Latino, a group for Spanish-speaking seniors is designed to provide socialization, reduction of social isolation and mutual support in the settlement process. In addition, workshops and information sessions are offered to Chinese and South Asian communities.

Operated by COSTI and funded by the Calabrian Benevolent Association of Ontario (CBAO), the Seniors’ Day Program supports Italian-speaking elderly who have been diagnosed with early-stage dementia and/or Alzheimer’s disease as well as their families and care partners.

Locations

CORVETTI EDUCATION CENTRE
760 College Street
Tel: 416-534-7400

NORTH YORK CENTRE
1700 Wilson Avenue, Suite 114
Tel: 416-244-0480

CBAO SENIORS’ DAY PROGRAM
7730 Islington Avenue
Tel: 647-299-6591