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Childcare for Essential Services

Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers

Ontario March of Dimes

West Central Regional Office

Record Details
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Description & Services
Alternate Name OMOD
Description Independent Living: Supports for older adults, and adults with disabilities * helps people remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible * referral to other community services 
 
Employment Services: Offers a full range of employment services to help people with disabilities to develop employment plans, prepare for work, overcome any employment barriers and return to or enter the workforce 
 
The Employment Specialists use the most current methods to help with job exploration and placement 
 
Services and Programs: 
Attendant Care Services 
Erin Mills Town Centre - Next Steps Walking Program 
Milton Stroke Support Group 
Oakville Place - Next Steps Walking Program 
Stroke Recovery Canada - Peel Stroke Group - Peer to Peer Support 
Stroke Recovery Canada - Peers Fostering Hope 
Supportive Housing Program - Mississauga - Agnes St - Attendant Care Services 
Supportive Housing Program - Mississauga - Glenn Hawthorne Blvd - Attendant Care Services 
Supportive Housing Program - Mississauga - Weaver's Hill - Attendant Care Services 
Supportive Housing Program - Mississauga - Windsor Hill Blvd - Attendant Care Services 
Supportive Housing Program - Oakville - Jean and Howard Caine Apartments - Attendant Care Services 
 
Other programs and services include: 
home and vehicle modification 
accessible community group transportation services (MODMobility) 
northern medical clinics 
aphasia services 
assistive devices program (ADP) 
attendant care services 
polio and post-polio services 
rehabilitation services 
recreation and integration services 
stroke and brain injury services 
non-profit supportive housing (Jean and Howard Caine Apartments in Oakville)
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Brampton ; Bruce County ; Dufferin County ; Grey County ; Mississauga ; Muskoka District ; Simcoe County ; Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
 
Older adults and the medically fragile, as well as services to families, caregivers, employers and health insurance companies
Application Call * no referral required
Fees None
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
2227 South Millway, Ste 100
Mississauga, ON L5L 3R6
 
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Intersection Erin Mills Pkwy and Burnhamthorpe Rd W
Transit Information Mississauga Transit Info 905-615-4636
Accessibility Wheelchair Accessible
Office Phone 905-607-3463
Fax 905-607-9856
Toll Free Phone 1-877-427-6990
Website www.marchofdimes.ca/
Primary Contact Kim Herrlitz, Team Leader - Employment Services; Phone: 905-607-3463 ext 5236; Email: kherrlitz@marchofdimes.ca
Alternate Contact Martha Brown, Program Manager - Independent Living; Phone: 905-607-3463 ext 5226; Email: mbrown@marchofdimes.ca
Other Details
Print Material Newsletters, Information kits, Brochures
Funding Provincial - Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care ; Fundraising ; Donations ; United Way ; Fees ; Foundation - Trillium
Service Level (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Subjects
Subjects Advocacy ; Assistive devices ; Attendant care ; Building accessibility ; Cerebral palsy ; Disabilities ; Employment ; Equipment ; Head injuries ; Health assessments ; Home adaptations ; Injured workers ; Injuries ; Multiple sclerosis ; Muscular dystrophy ; Parkinsons disease ; Physical disabilities ; Physical rehabilitation ; Polio ; Recreational activities ; Spina bifida ; Strokes ; Support groups ; Supportive housing ; Vehicle adaptations

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