We have valuable people living in our communities who have contributed to society and their neighborhoods throughout their lives. Now it is our collective turn to thank them and care for them in the environment where most want to be – in the community and in their own homes

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A unique look into our family history and how important Peel Senior Link has been in our lives

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Volunteer Board Governance Opportunity - Peel Senior Link is seeking energetic, committed and collaborative individuals who reflect the community we live and/or work in. We need your experience in any of the following priority areas: health care, legal, finance.

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Why We Do What We Do


We have valuable people living in our communities who have contributed to society and their neighbourhoods throughout their lives. It is now our collective turn to thank them and care for them in the environment where most want to be – in the community and in their own homes.

 

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In The News


  • National Volunteers Week 2018

    April 18th, 2018
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    April 15-31 is National Volunteer Week 2018! We want to take a moment to celebrate and thank all our volunteers for their contribution to Peel Senior Link and the seniors we care for and support daily. We are deeply grateful for the immense impact volunteer hours and support have on the quality of life of […]

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  • Peel Senior Link – One of Forty Seniors Active Living Centre Program Funding Recipients in Ontario

    April 17th, 2018
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    April 17, 2018 – The Minister of Seniors Affairs, Dipika Damerla, announced the recipients of the new Seniors Active Living Centre funding. Peel Senior Link is receiving funding to embed health, active living, education, caregiver support, and social opportunities for tenants in our service locations in Mississauga and Brampton. The various programs will be provided […]

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  • It’s time to invest in not-for-profit organizations that deliver health care in our homes and communities

    March 15th, 2018
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    Toronto, March 14, 2018 – Last week, the Ontario Community Support Association staff and seven member organizations met with cabinet ministers, MPPs, and political staff at Queen’s Park.  We used these meetings as an opportunity to highlight our election advocacy platform: Better at Home: 3 Ways to Improve Home and Community Care in Ontario – Recommendations […]

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  • New funding needed to ensure Ontarians have access to home and community care services

    January 19th, 2018
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    Recommendations highlight three key areas for immediate investment aimed at optimizing the home and community care sector for better client outcomes and system sustainability. Toronto, Jan 18 2018 – The Ontario Community Support Association (OCSA) today submitted its 2018 Budget Recommendations to the provincial government. Ontario’s not-for-profit home and community support providers have been helping […]

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We Make A Difference

  • 300+
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    Total Clients Served
  • 80+
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    New Clients Served
  • 16+
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    LTC Diversions
  • 60+
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    ER Visits Diverted
  • $23,220+
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    Saving from diverted ER
  • 111,690+
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    Total Resident Days per Year
  • 87.5%
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    Satisfaction
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