Halton. Social and Community Services Department

Site: Milton - 40 Ontario St - Services for Seniors

Service: Supports for Daily Living Program - Bruce Apartments

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Record #: OAK3406 Last Full Update: 06 Jan 2015
Agency and Service Names
Former NameSupportive Housing (2015)
Contact Information
Office Phone3-1-1 or 905-825-6000 ext 8098
Toll Free Phone1-866-442-5866 (1-866-4HALTON)
After Hours Phone905-825-6000 or 311
TDD Phone905-827-9833
Fax905-693-8354
E-Mailaccesshalton@halton.ca
Websitewww.halton.ca/cms/One.aspx?portalId=8310&pageId=11634
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Primary ContactStephanie Schouten, Support Services Coordinator; Email: stephanie.schouten@halton.ca
Alternate ContactKaren Aikman, Manager of Community Support Services; Email: karen.aikman@halton.ca
Agency Information
Parent Agency NameHalton. Social and Community Services Department
Legal Status(20) Regional Government
EstablishedNovember 1995
Primary ExecutiveConnie Lacy, Director, Halton Region Services for Seniors; Email: connie.lacy@halton.ca
Alternate ExecutiveKaren Aikman, Manager of Community Support Services, Halton Region Services for Seniors; Email: karen.aikman@halton.ca
FundingProvincial - Mississauga/Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Service Information
Description (Service)The supports for daily living program offers on-site 24-hour personal support services for seniors.  
 
* located close to Milton Mall and Milton Seniors' Centre 
 
Halton Region provides the Supports for Daily Living program to the residents of the Bruce Apartments and eligible individuals living in the surrounding neighbourhood:  
* from Bronte Road to west  
* east to Thompson Road  
 
* from Derry Road to the south * north to Steeles Ave 
 
Other locations for Assisted Living/Supports for Daily Living Projects managed by the Region of Halton. 
HoursAdministration 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas ServedHalton Region ; Milton
Boundaries40 Ontario Street - Bruce Apartments and Steeles Ave to the north * Derry Rd to the south * Bronte Road to the west * Thompson Rd to the east  
 
EligibilityAges: 65 year(s) and up 
 
* designed to support high risk seniors, aged 65+ who have complex needs, and who are medically stable 
These services are currently available to individuals who: 
* live in their own private home, or within a residential setting such as an apartment building or senior citizens' residence 
* demonstrate a need via a Community Health Assessment for daily access to personal support services throughout a 24 hour period (with or without homemaking services) on a frequent basis  
* are able to direct their own care or have a substitute decision maker or a live-in caregiver to direct care 
* are able to communicate their needs (with or without aides)
ApplicationApplication for housing at 40 Ontario Street much first be made to to HATCH (Halton Access to Coordinated Housing) * the applicant must also meet housing requirements * call 311 
 
Application to Supports for Daily Living (SDL) Services via SDL Central Registry at 905-281-4443 or visit www.centralregistry.ca 
 
 
 
LanguagesEnglish
FeesProgram - Emergency Response System if required - minimal monthly charge ; None - None - Support for Daily Living personal support services - no fee ; no fee for personal support services ; No fee for personal support services. There is a minimal monthly charge for access to the required Emergency Response System and meal services.
Site Information
Located In CommunityMilton
Address & Map
The Bruce Apartments
40 Ontario St, 212
Milton, ON L9T 3L4
IntersectionOntario St S and Main St E
AccessibilityFully Accessible ; building is fully accessible * for accessiblity of units contact HATCH
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesAttendant Services for People with Physical Disabilities ; Independent Living Communities/Complexes ; Personal Care ; Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities ; Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities
Other Details
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