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Helping at Home.

We help to simplify day-to-day life by supporting everyday tasks including personal care, cooking, and transportation.
How We Help at Home

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Helping Caregivers.

As a caregiver, more than anything, you want to make sure that someone you love is safe and comfortable. So do we. We give you information, support, and relief when you need it most.
How We Help Caregivers

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Help with Special Care.

We offer compassionate and sensitive support for a variety of needs, including support for Holocaust survivors, isolated seniors and end-of-life care.
Learn About Our Special Services
Bernice Royce

Get to Know a Volunteer: Bernice Royce

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Bernice Royce is a member of Circle of Care’s Volunteer Advisory Committee, a volunteer with our Adult Day Program, and sits on the Board of Directors for Circle of Care.…

Spotting the Signs of Depression in Older Adults

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Depression is a serious health condition, affecting more than 1 in 10 Canadians over their lifetime. While depression can impact children and adults alike, it is actually older adults, aged…

Get to Know a Volunteer: Geraldine Connolly

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1) What inspired you to begin volunteering for Circle of Care? I was inspired to begin volunteering for Circle of Care because I felt that the elderly are forgotten by…

Violence against Older Women an Under-Reported Issue

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Violence against women continues to be a serious problem in Canada, and older women, in particular, are at risk of falling through the cracks when it comes to screening for…
 
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