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 homesLearn More
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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.
Watch this video to hear about our clients’ and caregivers experience with our service.
This video is dedicated to all the front-line workers to show our gratitude and appreciation for all you are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In The News
Pre Election webinarsApril 26th, 2022
AdvantAge Ontario, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario, and the Ontario Community Support Association, in partnership with the Metamorphosis Network, are proud to announce that we are jointly organising a series of webinars moderated by Marcia MacMillan, morning news anchor at CTV News, to discuss and highlight the commitments each major party has made to keeping […]Read More
2022 Ontario Budget SubmissionFebruary 22nd, 2022
Ray Applebaum, CEO, Peel Senior Link (PSL) participated in a meeting with the Ontario Minister of Finance and local MPPs last week, and had the opportunity to present our 2022 Ontario Budget Submission which we do annually. Ray presented his recommendations to provide an investment of $677 million into the Home and Community Care Sector […]Read More
Nonprofit Appreciation Week – February 14-20, 2022February 11th, 2022
What is Nonprofit Appreciation Week 2022? This is a new recognition of Ontario’s nonprofit sector and its nearly 850,000 workers. It’s based on legislation to recognize nonprofit workers and organizations by the Government of Ontario, Bill 9, Nonprofit Sector Appreciation Week, 2021. It is championed by MPP Daisy Wai and the Bhayana Family Foundation; more about this […]Read More
Press Release – Voices of Older Adults Are HeardFebruary 10th, 2022
In 2016, 13% or 180,000 of Peel residents were over 65 years and by 2041 that number will increase to 20% or 276,000. Peel Council on Aging (PCoA) is a not-for-profit collective of organizations and individuals whose vision is to advance ‘healthy aging for all in a connected and caring community’. The first project PCoA […]Read More
We Make A Difference (2017-2020)
1226Total Clients Served
249New Clients Served
$4,000,000+Cost savings from LTC diversions
341ER Visits Diverted
$250,000+Saving from diverted ER
350,000+Total Resident Days per Year