Caregivers at least 55 years old in the Toronto area can now access Living Life to the Full, a free eight-week course designed to provide skills and knowledge to cope with life’s challenges.
CMHA Ontario and our partners are excited to offer this course (valued at $185 for the 8-week program) for free to caregivers aged 55+ living in Toronto as part of the ENRICHES Collaborative. This fun and interactive course is offered to groups of 10-15 people in community settings. Download the course brochure (PDF), or download an infographic on the program.
Those considering registering for a course should remember that caregivers are anyone supporting a family member or friend. Instead of caregiver, we may use words like sister, daughter, parent, or friend to describe ourselves. Some examples of individuals that may benefit include: a father caring for his child with Schizophrenia, a daughter taking care of her aging parent, a wife supporting her husband with dementia.
The following courses are open for registration, and are being offered for free for caregivers 55+. To register, or for more information on a course, please see the contact information listed below the course you are interested in.
Questions about this project? Please contact Hélène Roussel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toronto Course Listings 2017
If you are an organization interested in hosting a workshop, or a caregiver aged 55+ interested in putting your name on our wait list, please contact Hélène Roussel at email@example.com.
June 29 to August 17
Time: Every Thursday, 2:30-4pm
Address: Golden Mile Employment and Social Services, 1880 Eglinton Ave E, unit 139
To register please contact Surekha Nair at 416 392 8550
French course now available: Yonge & Sheppard
July 4th until August 29th 2017
Time: Tuesdays 6:00 to 7:30 pm; Saturdays 9:30 to 11:00 am
Where: TBA – Yonge & Sheppard area
Registrations: Toronto Morocco Association.
Call Nadia at 647-551-0357 or firstname.lastname@example.org
View testimonials about our French course below.
This project is funded by the Employment and Social Development Canada, New Horizons for Seniors Program.