The goal of this service is to help seniors enjoy an enhanced quality of life and to promote independence as well as to provide education in:

  • Falls prevention
  • Gentle exercise
  • Healthy eating
  • Medication management
  • Supporting a positive outlook on life
  • Specialized equipment
  • Other available services

Education is achieved through an individual nurse assessment and recommendation. After the assessment, referrals to other programs such as the Memory Clinic, Geriatrician, or Psycho-geriatric Clinic may occur.

A referral from your family physician or health care provider is required.

Memory Clinic

Duration: 2.5 Hour

Registration: Referral required from family physician

An interdisciplinary assessment for adults who specifically have concerns regarding their memory.

Please Note:

  • Appointment and Referral required
Geriatric Specialists

Duration: Initial Appointment 1.5 Hour

Registration: Referral required by family physician

Initial assessments take place with our Geriatric Nurse Specialist. A referral is then sent to the Geriatrician or Geriatric Psychiatrist for a consultation on diagnosis and/or medications. The nurse continues to partner with you in your specialized geriatric care, as required. Geriatrician assessments are offered via OTN or in-person. Geriatric Psychiatry is only offered via OTN.


The Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) is one of the largest telemedicine networks in the world, helping to deliver clinical care and distance education among health care professionals and patients using live, two-way videoconferencing systems and related diagnostic equipment. In addition to its capacity to bring health care to virtually any patient, anywhere, at any time. The Ontario Telemedicine Network also enhances opportunities for professional development for physicians, allied health care providers, and students. More than 3,000 health care professionals in more than 1175 sites across the province use OTN to deliver care to their patients. This year, alone, OTN will deliver more than 135,000 patient visits.” Ontario Telemedicine Network 2017. 

For more information on Telemedicine services visit

Please Note:

  • Appointment and Referral required
Geriatric Team Assessments

Duration: 1.5 Hours

Home or office visits with patients and care givers. Comprehensive geriatric assessments with team-based approach. Team members may include: Geriatric Social Worker, Occupational Therapist and Geriatric Nurse. Pharmacy Consultations may also be included as part of the care plan.

Please Note:

  • Appointment and Referral required
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