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This program gives Jewish seniors the opportunity to stay connected and feel safe by having a volunteer call at a pre-arranged time each weekday.Where a client fails to answer the call, an individualized emergency plan is put into action, notifying the right people and ensuring the appropriate help arrives in a timely fashion.
The program provides participants with one-on-one opportunities to work with staff on the Fit Minds® Inter Act Caregiver’s kit, lots of skill development, and social interaction.
Staff take an individualized approach, focussing on the strengths of participants and drawing on their needs, interests, and experiences. For more information on the Adult Day Program, please contact Lisa Rossman, Manager, Thelma Steinman Seniors Support Services at 613-722-2225 ext. This is a fee-for-service program and is covered by many extended health insurance plans.
For more information or to arrange visits, please contact Lisa Rossman, Manager, Thelma Steinman Seniors Support Services, at 613-722-2225 ext. This service ensures that diverse seniors receive help with daily living, offers opportunities for socialization and recreation, and provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health information and support to seniors and caregivers.
The goal is to allow seniors from diverse populations to live in their communities with dignity, respect and independence for as long as they are able. For services in French and Kinyarwanda contact Economic & Social Council of Ottawa-Carleton 613-248-1343 ext. For services in English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi or other languages contact Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization 613-725-5671.
The Assistance Fund is used to help eligible survivors with: Our Jewish Community Chaplain visits Jewish residents in non-Jewish long-term care and hospice facilities.