This service provides supportive or therapeutic counselling, education, information and referral to both the person with dementia and their caregiver at all stages of the disease, from before diagnosis to the late stage. Issues such as getting diagnosis, understanding dementia, immediate and future care of the person with dementia as well as family coping may be discussed.
Adults and seniors experiencing memory loss or cognitive impairment who are currently receiving assistance at this clinic, their caregivers and other members of their support network
Open catchment area.
Dementia specific counselling
Call 647-268-0620 for details.
Counselling as part of initial assessment is included in OHIP and non-OHIP fee, as described above.
Further ongoing counselling by our Social Worker is not covered by OHIP. Fees to be determined by social worker/therapist on an individual basis.
Sessions held on either individual or group basis.
Social worker/therapist will meet client, caregiver or other members of the support network, for an initial discussion and evaluation. Plans for a course of counselling will be made between the parties on an case by case basis.