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Organization: Victorian Order of Nurses - Peel Region - Community Support Services  
Phone Numbers: 905-821-3254 * 905-821-9481
Toll-Free: 1-866-817-8589 or 1-800-727-1581
Fax: 905-821-8256
78 William St
Mississauga, ON
L5M 1J3
Intersection: Queen St S and Ontario St W
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Jo-Anne Poirier - President and Chief Executive Officer
Heather MacArthur - Senior Manager
905-821-9481 ext 4222 *
Contacts: Nancy Burns - Administrative Assistant
905-821-9481 ext 4200 *
Kim Aliry - Team Lead
905-821-3254 ext 4219
Service Description: Community Support Services

Nursing and Professional Programs/Services:

  • acute pediatric care
  • blood pressure clinics
  • cancer services - palliative/oncology nursing
  • chronic pediatric care for medically fragile
  • continence assessment and management
  • diabetes education program; enterostomal therapy
  • Eprex injection and education
  • flu clinics
  • general home visiting nursing program
  • Hepatitis B immunization - schools, childhood immunization; immunization
  • in-school nursing services
  • in-home assessments for clients requiring nursing
  • IV therapy
  • lab collections
  • Lifeline
  • medical assessments
  • private duty nursing and shift nursing
  • specimen collection
  • stress management
  • wound management

Community Support Services:
  • adult day program
  • Alzheimer day program
  • congregate dining (encourages seniors to gather together for a hot nutritious affordable meal at lunch in an environment that promotes socialization amongst seniors)
  • meals on wheels (volunteers deliver nourishing meals to people unable to cook or shop for themselves)
  • security/reassurance checks - telephone
  • SMART exercise program (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) * one on one in home exercise program that aims to restore frail, elderly, high risk seniors who have had a recent decline in functional abilities
  • supportive housing program (provides homemaking, personal support and/or attendant services to elderly individuals who live in supportive housing locations and who require services on a 24-hour basis)
  • volunteer hospice service

Children's Services: In-school nursing services

Health Promotion/Education Services:
  • blood pressure clinics
  • diabetes education program
  • Eprex injections and education
  • flu clinics
  • healthy eating
  • stress management
  • wellness and health promotion clinics
  • workplace wellness clinics assessment/medicals

Mental health services: volunteer visiting

Respite care: temporary relief for caregivers of people with complex medical conditions

Volunteer visiting: trained volunteers provide companionship and personal assistance to isolated seniors or adults with chronic illnesses or physical or cognitive disabilities * volunteers are matched with clients following a client needs and interest assessment by a health professional

Special Services: DNA Paternity testing; volunteer transportation

Other services: EAP program; Eprex injections and education; Sandostatin; VAC assessments

Services and Programs:

Fees: Varies per program
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Older adults and people with disabilities, who need physical, social, or emotional supports
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: French programs offered * French publications and website
Area(s) Served:
Dufferin Country, Peel Region and Halton Region  
See Also: Community Support Services
In-Home Nursing
In-Home Personal Support

This information was last completely updated on December 27, 2017

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