This award-winning website and mobile platform helps connect patients with healthcare services. This website provides patients with the opportunity to book online appointments and provides real-time wait time information. To learn more about its features, please click here.
Toronto Seniors Helpline
The Toronto Seniors Helpline is a single point of access for seniors and caregivers to receive information and access to community, home, and crisis services. This service integrates the services of the former Seniors’ Crisis Line and the Community Navigation Access Program (CNAP) Hub, and is funded through the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), in partnership with WoodGreen Community Services. Seniors and caregivers only need to call one phone number in order to access information and referrals for community and homecare services. Interpretation services are available in over 100 languages through a phone interpretation service.
Phone Line: 416-217-2077
For a copy of their poster, click here.
Web-Based Resource for Persons with Stroke and Family/Caregivers
Guide for Stroke Recovery Website http://www.strokerecovery.guide is a mobile-friendly website that allows persons with stroke and family/caregivers to easily navigate information about common post-stroke topics and find practical strategies, video demonstrations and actionable solutions to common questions or concerns after stroke. The layout and content of the website were designed to empower a self-management approach and facilitate community re-engagement. For a general overview of this resource, click on the following link to access the Communiqué: Web-based version of Guide for Stroke Recovery.
Updated Guide for Stroke Recovery
This resource has been updated to reflect feedback from stakeholders and persons with stroke and has been translated into various languages. To access the revised Guide for Stroke Recovery, click one of the links below:
- Guide for Stroke Recovery – English
- Guide for Stroke Recovery – Simplified Chinese
- Guide for Stroke Recovery – Portuguese
- Guide for Stroke Recovery – Italian
- Guide for Stroke Recovery – Punjabi
A number of worksheets remain available in Guide for Stroke Recovery to assist persons with stroke to track their progress. Click on any of the following headings below to get extra copies.
For a general overview of this resource, refer to the video below which provides a quick overview of this resource.
Stroke Survivor Groups
Stroke Survivor Groups provide support, education and links to the community for persons with stroke and their families or caregivers. For more information, click the links below:
- Central Neighbourhood House – Stroke Survivors Club
- Heart & Stroke – Online Peer Support
- March of Dimes Canada – After Stroke Program
Stroke Recovery Canada® Warmline
If you are a stroke survivor, family or caregiver looking for stroke related information and support, you can call the Stroke Recovery Canada® Warmline at 1-888-540-6666.
The Warmline is a confidential, toll-free line for those affected by stroke. This is a non-crisis phone line that connects you to a person who can provide information on resources, support and the opportunity to connect to other stroke survivors and family members.
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Toronto Central Healthline Website
The Toronto Central Healthline Website is intended to help individuals find a variety of services to maintain their health, independence and quality of life. This on-line resource was developed to help people navigate the array of community supports and agencies by a search function using one own postal code. It includes the most up to date information to resources and services within the Toronto and Ontario area.
To learn how to better access services within your area, we invite you to watch this short demonstration video: The Healthline E-learning Module.