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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Office Phone||Description (Service)||Areas Served|
|Maintaining Independence Occupational Therapy Services||705-787-1943||Maintaining Independence specializes in:
* assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries
* repetitive strain injuries
* chronic pain
* acquired brain injuries
Occupational therapy services include:
* in-home functional assessments
* functional restoration programs
* job site assessment and chronic pain programs
* cognitive rehabilitation
Will do report documentation if necessary.
|Maplehill Day Spa, Maplehill Day Spa & Mobile Service||705-716-4167||Services offered:
* Nursing foot care including advanced foot care for Diabetics * treatment of ingrown toenails, cracked heels, thick nails, hard to reach nails *
* reflexology for anyone including babies * relaxation massages including Indian head massage, ideal for tension headaches * hot stone * facials
Provides mobile services if you prefer or require treatments to be done in your own home.
Carry all natural products such as creams, scrubs, lotions, soaps and more.
|Grey County ; Minesing ; Oro-Medonte ; Simcoe County|
|March of Dimes Canada, Head Office - Toronto||416-425-3463||The Ontario March of Dimes provides programs which assist people with disabilities to lead meaningful and dignified lives, with as much independence as possible, including:
The Conductive Education Program helps people with motor difficulties through a program that blends education and rehabilitation, to improve function, problem solving and self-esteem.
Accessibility Services provide specialized services which enhance personal mobility and provide better community access. The Assistive Devices Program provides some funding for devices such as wheelchairs and walkers. The Home and Vehicle Modification Program map provides financial assistance for modifications to a vehicle and/or a disabled persons home. The individual may need to pay for a portion of the modification, dependent on their income.
The Post-Polio Services offer emotional assistance and support, as well as information and public awareness.
The Stroke Recovery Program assists with reintegration into community and work for stroke survivors, as well as support for the family and caregiver.
Employment Services offer services to help people with disabilities prepare for employment or to return to work.
Recreation and Integration Services provides recreation and leisure, and social activities for people with disabilities.
Attendant Care Services - help with daily activities personal grooming, transferring, dressing, bathing, meals, ventilator and tracheotomy services and more.
For existing consumers, palliative support can be offered when appropriate.
Where funding and resources are available and in conjunction with personal care, help may be available for daily activities such as household management or accompany consumers to medical appointments and special events.
The Branch offices of the organization may only provide a limited number of these services, but the services may still be available through other offices. Phone the Toronto office if specific services are not available through a Branch.
Assistive Devices Program, Intake Centre: email@example.com; Home and Vehicle Modification Program: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aphasia Centre in York/Durham Region for adults with communication disorders due to stroke, brain injury or illness.
Acquired brain injury services, providing support and reactivation programs for those with brain injuries.
Northern Medical Clinics with the medical specialists (see more details on website)
Befriending program for persons with disabilities, volunteers from the community are matched and provide integration and socialization.
Design-ability, matches technically skilled volunteers with individuals who require a special or modified devices for independence.
Through a variety of avenues, Ontario March of Dimes provides vital information to people with disabilities and their caregivers and advocates on issues at all levels of Government. Also provides educational bursaries for Canadian students enrolled in a degree granting conductive education program, the Jonas Salk Award for leading Canadian scientists and the Paul Martin Senior research fellowship.
|March of Dimes Canada, Head Office||416-425-3463 ; 416-425-DIME||Community-based rehabilitation and advocacy * affordable supportive housing for people with physical disabilities
Attendant Care Services -- non-medical assistance with activities of daily living in the home
Assistive Devices Program, 1-866-765-7237 -- financial assistance for adults to purchase or repair devices that increase their mobility and functional independence
Pop can tabs collection program -- proceeds support Assistive Devices Program
Home and Vehicle Modification Program, 1-877-369-4867 or 1-877-369-HVMP -- financial assistance (up to $15,000) for basic home and vehicle modifications for permanent Ontario residents with a substantial impairment expected to last one year or more
Acquired Brain Injury Services -- life skills, communication, community integration, emotional and behavioural support, vocational support, recreation
Rehabilitation -- physical rehabilitation for children and adults with neurological motor disorders or who have had a stroke or brain injury
LIFE (Learning Independence for Future Empowerment) -- life skills workshops, transit training, social and recreational outings for youth
DesignAbility -- skilled volunteers develop assistive aids not available in the marketplace
Recreation and Integration -- accessible group outings, day trips, international travel, residential summer holiday * BeFriending program matches adults with disabilities to volunteers in their area
MODMobility -- group transportation for recreational outings
Post-Polio Canada, 1-800-480-5903 -- peer support groups * information and resources
Stroke Recovery Canada, 1-888-540-6666 -- peer support groups * information and resources
|March of Dimes Canada, Muskoka District - No physical address, Muskoka Stroke Support Group||A March of Dimes Canada program providing Stroke Survivors, caregivers and family members an opportunity to share their personal stories, struggles and triumphs that are experienced throughout the journey to recovery.
At the monthly meetings, stroke survivors will have an opportunity to develop new skills, make friends and gain a better understanding of what to expect.
|Marlene's Foot Care||RPN with foot care certification and over 18 years experience provides services in client's home including: nail care * foot care * care of diabetic feet * callus reduction||Clearview (Simcoe County) ; Collingwood ; Springwater ; Wasaga Beach|
|Massage Therapy Muskoka||705-787-5994||Registered massage therapist providing services in office or mobile (home/office/cottage).||Muskoka District - and surrounding area|
|Massage Works||705-788-9928||Provides massage therapy, Active Release Therapy (ART) and hot stone massage
Onsite Massage Therapy * in-home massage therapy services can be arranged
|Maximum Physiotherapy Services||705-444-3600||Physiotherapy services for treatment of a wide range of injuries such as tennis elbow, osteoarthritis, low back pain, patellar femoral syndrome, plantar fascities, arthritis, whiplash and other neck injuries, overuse soft tissue injuries and postural weaknesses.
* manual therapy including acupuncture, low intensity laser and muscle stimulation & registered massage therapy
* home care physiotherapy provided if required
* custom orthotics and footwear, custom knee braces, exercise prescription, off-the-shelf braces and supports, lumbar rolls and cervical pillows
* home safety assessments
* osteoporosis screening and treatment
* running and bike fit assessments
* athletic therapy and therapeutic massage therapy
* treatment provided for common or injuries resulting from the workplace or a motor vehicle accident
* running assessments and clinics
* concussion management
* hockey stride analysis
* bike fit assessments and clinics
|Blue Mountains ; Clearview (Simcoe County) ; Collingwood ; Wasaga Beach|
|McConnell Foundation, Muskoka Distsrict||705-645-2100 ext 190 (leave message)||Assists residents of Muskoka District who require financial assistance to pay for eyeglasses, assistive devices, dentures and dental work.
All other available funding assistance must be accessed prior to making application to the Foundation and declared on the application * purchase of services or equipment must not be done before the request is approved. Applications are reviewed several times per year as needed.
Provide small bursaries of $1500 to assist with costs of post secondary education for students, including home schooled, in financial need * applications available at all secondary schools in Muskoka District
|Medigas, Barrie||705-721-0555||Home oxygen therapy services * sleep apnea units and products (CPAP) * sell and rent bath safety devices, bedroom assist devices, home respiratory supplies, walkers, canes, crutches, commodes, wheelchairs, scooters, special cutlery, ostomy supplies * braces and support hose also available * rent hospital beds * have home recovery supplies such as surgery dressings and wound management supplies * registered vendor for Home Oxygen, Mobility - Ambulation Aids, Mobility - Seating, Mobility - Wheelchairs, Respiratory Equipment||Muskoka District ; Simcoe County|
|Mete (Laurie Ann), Certified Advanced Foot Care||Provides * foot care assessment * treatment for thick nails, fungal nails, calluses and corns * specialized diabetic foot care services * qualifies for Veterans and other insurance payment programs * is also available to provide foot care clinics for long term care facilities/clinics||Barrie|
|Midland Civitan Club, Midland||Activities include * financial assistance and volunteer activities for the Special Olympics * support youth and seniors * respond to people in need in the community * participation in the Adopt a Highway program * assists local hospitals||Simcoe North|
|Midland Hearing Centre, Midland||705 245 3222||Provides * free comprehensive hearing assessment * sale of and service for hearing aides * wax removal * custom noise protection services * earplugs for swimmers and musicians * tinnitus Assessment, Testing, and Treatment||Simcoe North|
|Midland, Town of., Community Reach, Accessible Transit Service||705-526-4321||Provides an accessible transit service||Midland|
|Miller Health Centre||705-327-5400||Chiropractic services * Traction * Acupuncture - traditional/laser * Active Release Technique * Registered Massage Therapist * Naturopath * Shockwave Therapy||Simcoe County|
|Miracle-Ear Canada, Miracle-Ear Centre - Barrie||705-719-2336||Hearing healthcare provider * registered ADP vendor for Hearing Aids
* hearing aid prescription and sales
* free comprehensive hearing testing for adults
* hearing aid batteries and accessories
* Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
* custom molded swim-plugs and noise protection
* ongoing support for hearing aid users
|Motion Specialties, Barrie - Commerce Park Dr||705-727-1009||Assess, supply and service wheelchairs, scooters, ambulation aids, bathroom safety equipment, lifts and ceiling lifts, strollers, standers, trikes, car seats, walkers, patient-room equipment, pediatric equipment * provide custom work, repairs and rentals of equipment * also sell incontinence products, TENS, muscle stimulators * service provided in clients homes, long term care homes, retirement homes, group homes, assisted living, hospitals and rehab centres
Registered ADP vendor for Mobility Devices - Wheelchairs and Positioning Devices (Seating) and Ambulation Aids
|Alliston ; Beaverton ; Bruce County ; Dufferin County ; Grey County ; Keswick ; Muskoka District ; Orangeville ; Parry Sound ; Simcoe County ; York Region|
|Motion Specialties, Barrie - Lakeside Terrace||705-719-1001||Assessment centre * has an assessment bathroom * ceiling and floor lifts * hospital beds
Assess, supply and service wheelchairs, scooters, ambulation aids, bathroom safety equipment, lifts and ceiling lifts, strollers, standers, trikes, car seats, walkers, patient-room equipment, pediatric equipment, home and vehicle modifications * provide custom work, repairs and rentals of equipment * also sell incontinence products, TENS, muscle stimulators * service provided in clients homes, long term care homes, retirement homes, group homes, assisted living, hospitals and rehab centres
Registered ADP vendor for Mobility - Ambulation Aids, Mobility - Seating, Mobility - Wheelchairs
ADP approved vendor * work with all major funders, including Easter Seals, ODSP, March of Dimes Canada, Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, WCB, DVA, MOD, NIHB, insurance companies
|Bruce County ; Grey County ; Muskoka District ; Parry Sound ; Simcoe County ; York Region|
|Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare, Bracebridge - 205 Hiram Street, Diabetes Education Program||705-645-4404 ext 3600||Support for people living with prediabetes or diabetes * one-on-one or group consultation on monitoring blood sugar levels, healthy eating, how to administer insulin and use insulin pumps * registered nurse and dietitian on staff * CDE qualified
Periodic education and awareness seminars and workshops are offered to the general public in the community.
|Muskoka District ; Almaguin Highlands|
|Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare, Bracebridge - 75 Ann St, Seniors Assessment & Support Outreach Team||705-645-4404 ext 3505||Works to link and refer people to appropriate services where available by providing assessment and support to patients 65 years of age and older residing in the South Muskoka catchment area.
The Seniors Assessment & Support Outreach (SASOT) is an interdisciplinary team that consists of two Social Workers, an Occupational Therapist and a Registered Nurse. A physician performs the role of Medical Advisor.
Patients may be seen in their own home, a retirement residence, or in the emergency department at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital.
SASOT completes a comprehensive assessment of a patient's health and day-to-day function, including:
* Safety/Home Environment
* Medical Concerns
* Personal Care
* Household Activities
* Social Issues
The team will also assess patients in the hospital who are designated Alternate Level of Care and support them through the discharge process.
|Bala ; Baysville ; Bracebridge ; Gravenhurst ; Port Carling ; Port Severn ; Port Sydney ; South Muskoka|
|Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare, Huntsville - 100 Frank Miller Dr - Howland Building, Diabetes Education Program||705-789-2311 Ext 2312 Huntsville Site (main site)
705-645-4404 Ext 3600 Bracebridge Site (satellite site)
|Support for people living with diabetes, pre-diabetes * one-on-one or group consultation on monitoring blood sugar levels, medications, healthy eating, exercise and other lifestyle choices * registered nurse, dietitian on staff.
Additional services available in group and individual settings include:
* starting insulin
* education programs
* pregnancy and diabetes
* education awareness events
* education and training for health care professionals
* community service group
* insulin pumps
|Muskoka District ; Almaguin Highlands|
|Muskoka Audiology Clinic||705-646-2227||Muskoka Audiology provides audiological testing as well as sales and service of hearing aids.
Process applications for the "Hear Now" Fund for the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (Sudbury office).
|Muskoka District, Bracebridge, Muskoka Ontario Renovates||705-645-2231 ext 326||A program for low and modest income households that provides funding for necessary home modification including:
* home repairs such as new windows, doors, roofs
* home accessibility modifications for persons with disabilities
* purchase and installation of energy-saving products
|Muskoka District, Muskoka Extended Transit||Provides weekly transportation services to rural communities in Muskoka District * stops only at designated locations * seven different routes available
* Route 1: Dwight/Dorset to Huntsville
* Route 2: Baysville to Huntsville
* Route 3: Severn Bridge to Gravenhurst
* Route 4: Glen Orchard to Gravenhurst
* Route 5: Vankoughnet to Bracebridge
* Route 6: MacTier to Bracebridge
* Route 7: Honey Harbour to Midland
|Midland ; Muskoka District|
|Muskoka Gentle Dental||705-571-2363||Mobile dental hygiene service & home based office
Special focus caring for seniors and individuals with special needs.
House calls/ in-home visits can be arranged to any senior care facility, group or private home.
Care along bedside, your chair or in our portable dental chair.
Dental Hygiene Services:
* Oral health assessments, individualized treatment plans & referrals as indicated
* Professional scaling (teeth cleaning)
* Stain removal (polishing)
* Interim Stabilization Therapy (IST) temporary fillings that can last up to 3 years!
* Fluoride treatments
* Professional denture cleaning and labelling
* Teeth whitening
* Pit & fissure sealants
* Oral hygiene education and instruction ( Private & Facilities/ Group presentation)
|Muskoka District ; Parry Sound District|
|Muskoka Hearing Aids, Huntsville||705-789-9393||Provides hearing tests * evaluations * cleanings * fittings * repairs * ear molds * batteries for hearing devices * industrial screenings * musician ear plugs||Muskoka District ; Parry Sound District|
|Muskoka Massage||705-380-0115||Registered Massage Therapists providing primarily therapeutic massage for pain relief of headaches, muscle, joint and nerve problems. Will travel and provide massages in home, cottage or office.||Burk's Falls ; Emsdale ; Kearney ; Muskoka District ; Sundridge ; Novar and Sprucedale|
|Muskoka Seniors Home Assistance||705-789-6676 * Transportation Program bookings: ext 23||Supports for older adults age 60 and up * helps people remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible * referral to other community services
* provides social contact with client to develop a caring relationship
* maintain an ongoing telephone link for security and social contact
Luncheons held in the following communities: Call for schedule
* Baysville bi-weekly
* Dorset once a month
* Huntsville weekly on Tuesdays
cost for luncheon $10
Frozen Meal Program:
* Individual entrees are $6.25 and an individual dessert or soup is $1.60 * free delivery in Huntsville on Mondays. Arrangements can be made to pick up meals at the office Monday through Friday by calling ahead. Special diets for home dialysis patients, diabetics, and renal, lactose, celiac, gluten free restrictions, purees, etc. are available on request.
* helps seniors with no means of transport, who have medical appointments, shopping, social functions etc. There is a $10 round trip charge within Huntsville, longer distances can be arranged at $.45/Km. Will travel as far as Toronto, North Bay, Sudbury.
Medical Appointments - Out of Area:
provide transportation for seniors 65 and over, living in Muskoka, to medical appointments, hospital procedures, rehabilitation, and alternative therapies outside Muskoka for a flat fee ($75 plus parking).
Free income tax preparation:
* through the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program for clients on a fixed income. There is an eligibility criteria for this program. For more details see MUS2090
|Baysville ; Dorset ; Dwight ; Huntsville ; Lake of Bays Township ; Port Sydney ; Utterson|