Etobicoke Services for Seniors

Etobicoke Services for Seniors (ESS) is a not-for-profit agency committed to supporting seniors in their desire to remain in their own homes and community.

Our agency's programs, services and facilities have been designed to meet the unique needs of the elderly in our community. Individuals who access our services may be frail, isolated, living with memory-related disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease, or recovering from a stroke.

Home and Community Care

The Statement of Home and Community Care Values is a key commitment of Patients First: A Roadmap to Strengthen Home and Community Care. Patients, caregivers and partners in the home and community care sector were consulted to develop a statement of shared values. These values reflect patient experiences and will guide our transformation of home and community care with a patient and caregiver-centred approach.

Indus Community Services

Indus Community Services is now a CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited service provider. The Gold Seal indicates that our services and programs meet the highest international standards and are an indication of the organization’s dedication and commitment to improving the quality of the lives of people served.

Indus Community Services is a non-profit, charitable, community based organization. Our services are non-religious and non-political.

Punjabi Community Health Services

Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) is a health and social service organization serving the communities in the Central West – LHIN boundaries and the GTA area. Our primary focus of intervention is the South Asian community with an emphasis on other diverse communities.

Reconnect Community Health Services

Reconnect includes Adult Day Services, Case Management, Community Programs, Home Help and Personal Care, Meals on Wheels, Older Adult Centre, Respite Care, Supportive Housing, Therapeutic Falls Prevention and Exercise, and Transportation.  CANES partners with Reconnect through our Treat at Home Mental Health program, providing in-home care to those who may need counselling from a Psychogeriatric Nurse.

The Ontario Trillium Foundation

CANES Community Care has been awarded $590,700 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). These funds will be provided over three years to help the agency expand its Community Outreach Programs in Brampton and Woodbridge.  To learn more about the Ontario Trillium Foundation you can visit their website here.

United Way Toronto & York Region

United Way of Toronto and York Region helps fund programs and services for CANES, like our Seniors Luncheons Program, Homemaking, our Community Outreach program as well as our Home Maintenance program.  Each November CANES' head office and front-line staff join together in an effort to raise funds for United Way's Annual Campaign.  CANES has raised over $50,000 over the years to help support programs and services for seniors in Toronto, Etobicoke and York Region through United Way.