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What We Do

We help take the stress out of daily living activities

When illness or disability increases your dependency on others for support, it can often lead to questions about independent living and whether or not you can still manage living in your own home.

Supports for Daily Living is a model for community-based assisted living that provides high risk seniors with access to pre-scheduled and/or urgent/on-call personal support, essential homemaking services and safety and reassurance checks seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Perhaps you have been using home care services offered through the Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), but recent changes in your health mean they’re no longer adequate to meet your needs. Transitioning to our services may help bridge the gap between regular community-based home care services and long-term care.

Non-medical in-home services are provided by trained personal support workers (PSWs) and are customized to meet the individual needs and preferred schedule of each senior. A full range of services is available through scheduled visits and/or on-call urgent response anytime during the day, evening and overnight hours.

Our services address the needs of high risk seniors:

  • who are living in their own homes in either designated buildings or designated neighbourhoods within the communities of Mississauga, Oakville, southwest Etobicoke and parts of Milton, or
  • who need help to return home quickly following discharge from hospital.