Education: Introduction to the Law & Elder Abuse

FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

A presentation on what the Law says about Reporting Elder Abuse, Capacity and Capacity Assessments, and Principles for Decision-making, the Substitute Decisions Act, forms of Guardianship, the role of a Power of Attorney for Personal Care, and a Power of Attorney for Property, guardianship and reporting abuse to the police.

Presented by: Elder Abuse Ontario and an Elder Abuse Lawyer.

Cost: $2.00 to attend. Please register with the front office.  You may pay ahead or pay at the door when you come to the Centre.

Community Lunch Program

Usually the Last Friday of the Month
12 noon to 2:30 pm

Friday, March 29th

Located at the Islington Centre in the multipurpose room, this monthly program is hosted by the Centre and operated by Etobicoke Services for Seniors (ESS) and is especially designed for seniors living independently in the community but who may not be able to attend our other programs.  Individuals enjoy a delicious, hot mid-day meal, dessert, tea and coffee followed by a special Health & Wellness or Education presentation in a friendly, social setting.  Join us and meet your neighbours in the community!

Lunch: Sweet & Sour Chicken casserole with Rice and Garden Salad

Provincial Educational Presentation hosted by the ISC:

“Introduction to the Law and Elder Abuse”. Presented by Elder Abuse Ontario and an Elder Abuse Lawyer.

Membership not required.
$5.00 per person; Please purchase your tickets before March 28th. 

Foot Clinic

Robert Sterin DPM, podiatrist, visits the Centre twice a month on Monday mornings from 8:45 am until 10:45 am to take care of minor foot problems.  Each patient is required to pay a $10.00 charge and provide a health card number.  You must be a member  and you will be required to pay for missed appointments that have not been previously cancelled.

Appointments should be cancelled on the Friday before the scheduled Monday clinic.

By appointment only.

ESS Seniors’ Lunch Program for Elderly

Mondays or Tuesdays, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Located at the Islington Centre in the main floor multipurpose room

This weekly program is operated by Etobicoke Services for Seniors (ESS) and is especially designed for socially isolated seniors.  Individuals enjoy a delicious, nutritious mid-day meal and recreational activities in a friendly, social setting.  Participants must be able to function independently, both mentally and physically, while at the program.  To register for this program you must contact ESS directly at 416-243-0127.