Ontario seniors who choose to remain at home have access to home and community care options, including visiting health professional services, personal care, homemaking, and community support. Services range from help with the activities of daily living, such as toileting and dressing to assistance with household activities like meal preparation and housekeeping. Community support provides meal delivery, transportation, and recreational programs.
Other seniors may choose or require residential care. Supportive housing and retirement home accommodations are designed for seniors who require minimal to moderate levels of personal care to live independently. Supportive housing may offer income-subsidized rent, while retirement homes are funded by resident fees. Long-term care (nursing) homes serve seniors who need the availability of 24-hour nursing care or supervision. Nursing home residents pay for accommodation charges and the care is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
At the present time, we do not represent a senior housing provider that matches your criteria.