Beginning Monday, December 2nd, 2019, all staff and departments at SPRINT Senior Care have new phone extensions. Below are the new extensions for our largest departments: In-Home Services: 8851 Transportation: 8223 Information Desk: 1225 Adult Day Program: 8830 Community Wellness: 1287 Meals on Wheels: 1251 Our main phone number, 416-481-6411, will remain the same. If you do not… Read More about “Our Phone Extensions Have Changed!”
On Monday, November 18, SPRINT Senior Care was honoured to host visitors from Singapore’s Woodlands Health Campus. Woodlands, currently under construction and set to open in 2022, will comprise an acute/community hospital, outpatient clinics, and a long-term care home. Along with our partners from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Baycrest, we met with them to discuss… Read More about “SPRINT Senior Care Welcomes Visitors from Singapore’s Woodlands Health Campus”
Through a generous donation, the Slaight Family Foundation has established the Senior Care Navigation Pilot, a landmark partnership between SPRINT Senior Care and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. This project will introduce a new model of care to help seniors and their families.
We’re excited to announce that patients, families and caregivers, together with health care and community service providers in North Toronto, are a step closer to a new vision for health care. Extensive progress has been made with the Government of Ontario, as well as our partners, in moving towards building an Ontario Health Team for… Read More about “North Toronto Area Partners a Step Closer to Becoming an Ontario Health Team”
The following article features quotes from our CEO and Senior Director of Client Services, and was published in the Star on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Solo retirees face challenges By Nina Dragicevic Retirement promises to be the best chapter yet. For many Canadians, it means leaving the workforce with decades of good health and active living… Read More about “SPRINT Senior Care featured in Toronto Star article”
SPRINT Senior Care participated in a successful Toronto Challenge this year on Sunday, June 9! The aim of the 5K walk, 5K run and 1K walk is to raise awareness and funds for seniors’ charities in Toronto. SPRINT Senior Care was a proud participating agency this year! Our team had a great time at the… Read More about “Thank you for your Toronto Challenge support!”
On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, SPRINT Senior Care celebrated our incredible volunteers at our Annual Volunteer Recognition Event, held at The Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf. We would like to thank all those who joined us for this special event, and congratulate our award recipients below. We would also like to thank our generous… Read More about “Annual Volunteer Recognition Event 2019”
We are excited to continue our collaboration with Crescent School. Grade 7 students volunteered at Ewart Angus SPRINT Home, our Adult Day Program and Pine Villa every Tuesday in January and February. Our clients enjoyed when the students were around and they had a lot of fun together. Thank you to Crescent School for this great partnership!
SPRINT Senior Care was happy to welcome Ward 12 City Councillor Josh Matlow, who joined us for a Meals on Wheels delivery on March 22. Councillor Matlow participated as part of March for Meals, the annual North America-wide event to raise awareness of, and encourage participation with local Meals on Wheels providers. March 19-23 was “Community Champions… Read More about “Councillor Josh Matlow joins Meals on Wheels delivery”
March 2019 marked the first anniversary of the Pine Villa transitional care centre – a partnership between SPRINT Senior Care, Sunnybrook Hospital and LOFT Community Services, with support from the Toronto Central LHIN. The 68-bed facility on Eglinton Ave W. provides short-term stays for patients who no longer need hospital care, but still require support…. Read More about “Celebrating Pine Villa’s 1st Anniversary”