Providing support to caregivers 55+

About

The ENRICHES Collaborative brings together local health and community leaders to address the complex challenges facing isolated caregivers 55+ living in Toronto. The ENRICHES Collaborative will:

IDENTIFY

Identify caregivers in need of program support.



ENGAGE

Engage caregivers to strengthen their social networks.

CONNECT

Connect caregivers to information services & resources.

BUILD

Build caregiver capacity through training & outreach.

Partners


Alzheimer Society of Toronto

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto offers caregivers of people living with dementia, and community partners, support through dementia-specific education, counselling, information, and connections to community resources.

For more info contact:
George Torys, First Link Partnership Manager
416-640-6310 | gtorys@alzheimertoronto.org

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Canadian Mental Health Association

Canadian Mental Health Association offers Living Life to the Full, an 8-week course that strengthens the caregiver’s ability to cope with everyday life challenges and improves their overall health and wellness.

For more info contact:
Jenny Hardy, Program Manager
416-977-5580 x4135 | jhardy@ontario.cmha.ca

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North York Community House

Newcomer Connections for Senior Caregivers offers social and educational programs in northwest Toronto, both in-home (1:1 Friendly Visiting/community navigation) and in the community (workshops, exercise programs, social media classes, English conversation circles).

For more info contact:
Stephanie Conant, Project Manager
647-458-7201 | sconant@nych.ca

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Sinai Health System

The Reitman Centre offers specialized training for health professionals and volunteers as well as innovative social programs and technology to support caregivers both in-person and online.

For more info contact:
Cheryl Miller, Project Manager
416-586-4800 x2031 | cheryl.miller@sinaihealthsystem.ca

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Woodgreen Community Services

WoodGreen Caregiver’s Initiative offers tailored health and well-being support services to senior caregivers through culturally appropriate programming and enhancing the capacity of our partner grassroots organizations.

For more info contact:
Danielle Hornung, Project Manager
416-645-6000 x1440 | dhornung@woodgreen.org

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Contact

If you have any questions about the ENRICHES Collaborative please contact us at 416-586-4800 x2021.