Resources for Seniors
As we age, it is important to stay connected to our community and get the support we need.
To help our Bel-Air seniors stay involved, we have compiled a few of the organizations that offer events, activities and support services to seniors in our community.
Olde Forge Community Resource Centre Offers programs and services to seniors and adults with disabilities living in their own homes. From transportation to medical appointments to help at home, for a full list of their programs and services, visit https://www.oldeforge.ca/
Nepean Seniors Recreation Centre is part of the Nepean Sportsplex and offers recreation programs, trips and social events for seniors. They also have foot care clinics. To find out more, visit http://nepeanseniorscentre.ca/
Carlington Community Health Centre has a wide variety of services and programs for seniors. From medical care to exercise groups, Carlington offers a welcoming and supportive environment for seniors to meet new people and improve their quality of life. Visit the website at http://www.carlington.ochc.org/seniors/
Carefor Health & Community Services offers an extensive basket of home care and community support services tailored to Ottawa's diverse community needs. Carefor Ottawa specializes in a number of exceptional programs and services, including a wide range of nursing services such as wound, leg ulcer and palliative care, as well as rehabilitation services (physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social work, and dietetics), respite care, community support services and retirement care. The Ottawa main office is located at 760 Belfast Rd., near St. Laurent, with a satellite facility 2580 Carling Avenue, in addition to a beautiful retirement home, the Richmond Care Home. Phone; 613-820-2398 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to pass along these community resource contacts to seniors who may benefit.
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