Record #: GBA1422
Last Modified: 19 Dec 2022
Last Full Update: 25 Apr 2022


Description (Service)

COVID19 Service Change: Offered virtually as well as on site with smaller groups of clients. To help adjust for the reduced group size, we have introduced additional days of service to provide more service availability. We continue to follow up with weekly check-in calls for clients who have chosen not to return due to COVID-19 to ensure their well-being.

For more information about services and programs, see COVID-19 & ONE CARE HERE

Social, recreational and therapeutic activities to support older adults in a group setting for part of the day that helps to support family caregivers who provide day-to-day care. Designed to support and engage seniors who may have difficulty accessing other programs in the community due to physical frailty, disability or chronic illness. Assistance with activities of daily living provided. Activities include morning discussion and coffee, mental aerobic activity,   daily exercise program full course noon meal, physical activities (such as bowling, bocce ball) and large and small group activities (such as dominoes, crafts, bingo, or musical entertainment). All games and activities are adapted so every participant is successful.

Transportation is available and can be arranged if needed.

Overnight Respite primarily for caregiver relief caring for someone with dementia related disease.  Designed to give caregiver up to a 30 hour break.  The client remains at the day centre overnight after the regular program day has ended and stays until 3 pm the next day. There are always two staff present and a maximum of three clients in the overnight program.  All activities and meals are provided during the respite stay.  Baths are offered to clients each day. Clients must bring a complete list of medications taken in a 24 hour period (including over the counter medications).  All medications must arrive in the original container.

Service Details

Hours Tue-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Areas Served Morris-Turnberry ; North Huron
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
Adults 18 years and older with special needs
Application Self referral; eligibility determined by the Local Health Integration Network, Home and Community Care for Huron
Languages English
Fees Set fee; call for details

Address and Location

Located In Community Wingham
Address & Map
131 John St E
Wingham, ON N0G 2W0
Intersection Josephine St & Partick St
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Toll Free Phone 1-877-502-8277
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Primary Executive Kathy Scanlon, Executive Director, ONE CARE Home and Community Support Services
Mailing Address c/o Wingham Adult Day Services 
P.O. Box 222 
317 Huron St 
Clinton, ON N0M 1L0

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