Record #: MHL0180
Last Modified: 20 Feb 2020
Last Full Update: 20 Feb 2020

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Description & Services

Description A charitable, not for profit, multi-service agency whose services help adults with a permanent disability and older adults live independently and safely in their homes * volunteer opportunities available 
Services include: 
Bathing assistance:  
provides one bath per week in the home at no cost to older adults or adults with disabilities to reduce the risk of a fall 
service is provided by personal support worker (PSW) in the client's home 
Light housekeeping:  
staff provide housekeeping in the clients' home including vacuuming, cleaning kitchen and bathroom, laundry and grocery shopping  
program fee is geared to income  
Friendly Visiting:  
a volunteer visits isolated or lonely seniors and adults with disabilities in their home  
Home Maintenance and Repair:  
fee for service program provides qualified workers to do jobs inside and outside of the home  
jobs may include installing grab bars, grass and yard maintenance, snow removal, painting, window washing or seasonal housekeeping, odd jobs, minor home repairs 
Caregiver Recharge / Respite:  
relief for caregivers  
delivers flexible options to informal caregivers, providing worry-free in home relief with peace of mind that their loved one is being well cared for  
fee for service 
there are eligibility requirements to access this service that is provided at no cost 
respite program not available in Burlington  
Community Navigation: 
support older adults or adults with disabilities who may be at risk due to a critical or impending change in their life situation such as an upcoming eviction, facing homelessness, loss of financial income, or experiencing difficulties within their home setting such as abuse and isolation 
Community Navigator will meet with people and/or caregivers to work to support achieving goals of financial stability, housing stability and linking to supports and services, completing required forms, etc 
provides in-home assessments to identify needs, facilitate access to information and community resources and develop short and long term plans 
no cost for this service 
Hot and frozen meals (available in Halton Hills only): 
congregate dining * for older adults living in designated apartment buildings in Georgetown and Acton 
Wheels to Meals * held twice a month at a local restaurant, church or community hall providing an opportunity for seniors to get out and socialize with friends 
Meals on Ice * affordable frozen meals delivered by volunteers, or can be picked up at Links2Care offices 
Meals on Wheels * meals are delivered by volunteers at lunchtime Mon through Fri 
Services and Programs:  
Bathing Assistance  
Community Navigation  
Friendly Visiting  
Lawn, Garden, Snow, Repairs  
Light Housekeeping
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm
Areas Served Halton Region ; Mississauga
Eligibility Older adults and people with disabilities, who need physical, social, or emotional supports
Application Call * no referral required
Fees Varies per program
Languages English ; Dutch ; German ; Italian ; Portuguese ; Spanish

Contact Information

Address & Map
2030 Bristol Circle, Suite 202
Oakville, ON L6H 0H2
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Site Location Oakville (Winston Park)
Intersection Winston Churchill and Upper Middle Rd
Accessibility Wheelchair Accessible
Office Phone 905-844-0252
Fax 905-844-5656
Toll Free Phone 1-866-920-6502
Primary Contact Deirdre Hogan, Marketing and Communications Coordinator; Phone: (Business) 905-873-6502; Email:
Alternate Contact Christine Heath, Director of Quality; Phone: ext 104; Email:
Primary Executive Lawna Paulos, CEO, Links2Care; Phone: 905-844-0252 ext 101; Email:
Alternate Executive Allison Price, Director, In-Home Services; Phone: 905-844-2007; Email:
Volunteer Coordinator Phone: ext 26

Other Details

Funding Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long Term Care * LHIN * United Way
Service Level (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity


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