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Central Local Health Integration Network, North York Site

Central Local Health Integration Network, North York Site
45 Sheppard Ave East Ste 600, Toronto, ON M2N 5W9
North York Central
416-222-2241 ; 310-2222 (no area code required)
416-222-0876
General inquiries 1-888-470-2222
416-222-6517
North York, parts of Etobicoke Central and City of York, York Region and South Simcoe
Mon-Sun 8:30 am-8:30 pm * staff persons on call 8:30 pm-8:30 am
Must have Ontario Health Insurance

In-home health and social services -- adults and children with any illness, older adults, persons with physical, psychiatric or developmental disabilities who need professional or support services in the community (home or school) that cannot be met on an outpatient basis

Placement in long term care homes -- adults 18 years and older with care needs that can be met in a long-term care home, who need nursing care, assistance with activities of daily living or on-site supervision
Arranges in-home or school-based health and social services, assists with access to adult day programs and placement in long term care homes
* service coordination
* information and referral for related community services

In-home services -- nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, personal support, nutritional counselling, medical equipment or supplies

Child and family services -- for children or youth with short or long-term disabilities or other special needs and their families
* in-home health and personal support services as listed above, with the addition of palliative care and respite care (caregiver relief)
* school-based services -- professional services to enable children with disabilities or ongoing diseases to attend school

Acquired brain injuries -- access to, and coordination of, services

Also information and assistance in linking to existing community support services, which may also be contacted directly by consumers
* such services include friendly visiting, meals on wheels, volunteer transportation, security checks, that are relatively low in cost and primarily volunteer-based
* also help finding other services, such as attendant care for persons with physical disabilities and supportive housing services

Placement in long term care homes -- access for admission to long term care homes, or for transfer to facilities outside Toronto
* crisis placements
* subsidies for ward accommodation may be available -- apply directly to facility after placement
* for older adults apartments within the City of Toronto contact Housing Connections -- see separate record

Adult day programs -- eligibility assessment
* access to, and assistance with admission to adult day programs

Short stay -- respite for caregivers
* includes persons with Alzheimer Disease
* Convalescent Care -- following surgery or illness
* medical and therapeutic supportive care provided in a long term care facility
Contact centre only, no walk in service

Call above number for information * home visit may be necessary to complete assessment

Placement in long term care homes -- eligible applicants will be placed on waiting list of up to 5 facilities in Ontario chosen by the applicant * applicants will not be placed without their consent or the consent of their substitute decision maker * applicants may select individual facilities, but may not apply to them directly
English; French - other languages through staff or interpreters
Direct LHIN services covered by OHIP * fees may apply for some services
- Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms * designated parking
Non Profit
17-Oct-19
17-Oct-19
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Central Local Health Integration Network, North York Site
Address: 45 Sheppard Ave East Ste 600, Toronto, ON M2N 5W9;
Phone: 416-222-2241 ; 310-2222 (no area code required)
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