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DAY TO DAY LIVING
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MEDICAL RESOURCES
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EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
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HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
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OTHER RESOURCES
Government 
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Seniors' Advocacy

CONTACTIVITY CENTRE
Contactivity Website
Contactivity Family

Day Centres and Rehabilitation Centres
Day centers are supervised, supported care facilities for seniors experiencing a loss of autonomy. They can serve to provide respite for full-time caregivers, and provide activity and social contact in a broad range of cirmcumstances.
Services include nursing care, footcare, rehabilitation, occupational therapy, workshops, arts and crafts, recreation, special activities and outings.  Unlike community centres, referrals are often required for entry into these facilities.

Institut Universitaire de Geriatrie de Montreal
The day centre at the Alfred-Desrochers Pavilion provides therapy, rehabilitation, prevention and health promotion activities to persons losing their autonomy. Its aim is to enable seniors to continue living at home. Although group activities are the norm at the day centre, certain intervention modalities may be offered on an individual basis. 

New Hope NDG
New Hope caters to the needs of senior citizens. Lunch is served everyday, Meals on Wheels services are provided, and group outings to local restaurants are offered.
2225 Ave. Regent, Montreal (QC) H4A 2R2
Tel: (514) 484-0425

Centre Evasion
5701 Décarie boul., Montreal (QC) H3W 3C8
​Tel: (514) 738-5151
centre-evasion@videotron.ca

Cavendish Seniors Day Centre
Cavendish Seniors Day Centre offers daily activities, meals as well as medical services.  Open 7 days a week (except holidays).
2525 Cavendish Blvd, Suite 110
Montreal, (QC) H4B 2Y5
Tel: (514) 481-1100
info@daycentre.org

Geriatric Day Hospital
(514) 843-1518
Montreal General Hospital

St. Margaret's Day Centre
50 Hillside Street, Westmount (QC) H3Z 1V9
Tel: (514) 932-3630 ext. 396

Adult Day Centre (NOVA)
Beaconsfield and Roxboro
NOVA - 447 Beaconsfield Blvd
Beaconsfield (QC) H9W 4C2
Tel: (514) 695-8335, ext. 216

The Teapot 50 plus Centre
2901 St Joseph Blvd., Lachine (QC)  H8S 4B7
Tel: (514) 637-5627

Montreal Alzheimers' Society
5165 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 410, Montréal (QC) H4A 1T6
Tel: (514) 369-0800 
E-mail: info@alzheimermontreal.ca

Alzheimer Groupe Inc
5555 Westminster Ave. Suite 304
Montreal  (QC) H4W 2J2
Tel: 514.485.7233
Fax: 514.485.7946

Denis Benjamin Viger Day Centre
3292 Rue Cherrier, L'Ile-Bizard (QC) H9C 1E4
Tel: (514) 620-6310

Dollard-Des-Ormeaux Day Centre
197 Thornhill, Dollard-des-Ormeaux (QC) H9B 3H8
Tel: (514) 684-0173

Foyer Dorval Day Centre
225 la Présentation, Dorval (QC) H9S 3L7
Tel: (514) 631-9094

Lachine Day Centre
650 D'Accueil Place, Lachine (QC) H8S 3Z5\
Tel: (514) 634-7161

The Information and Referral Service of Greater Montreal
Offers free information about community resources. Directs persons seeking help to the appropriate agency.
Tel: (514) 527-1375
E-mail: crgm@info-reference.qc.ca