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VON's nurses, personal support workers, therapists and other health care providers care for Canadians in their homes, communities and workplaces. Search below to find the service that will meet your needs or those of your loved one.
VON staff runs community clinics, usually in the offices of public organizations, to deliver nursing services such as flu shots, foot care, wound care and education sessions for people with diabetes.
|Algoma, Annapolis Valley, Cape Breton, Chatham Kent, Cumberland, Grey Bruce, Halifax, Lunenburg, North Bay, Peterborough, Pictou, Porcupine, Tri County||Business||Community Programs||More info|
Individuals come together in a centralized kitchen to prepare a nutritious meal, which they can then share with friends on-site and have plenty left over to take home.
|Middlesex-Elgin||Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
|Community Integration Program||
The Community Integration Program provides transition housing and support.
|Chatham Kent, Pictou||Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
|Companion, Homemaking and Personal Care Services||
If you or a loved one want to live independently, but need help with laundry, grocery shopping, making meals, or personal care, we can help.
|Annapolis Valley, Chatham Kent, Colchester East Hants, Cumberland, Greater Sudbury, Hastings Northumberland Prince Edward, Middlesex-Elgin, Niagara, North Bay, Ottawa, Oxford, Pictou, Sarnia, Thunder Bay, Tri County, Windsor Essex||Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Home Support, Personal Care||More info|
The program encourages seniors to gather together for a hot nutritious affordable meal at lunch in an environment that promotes socialization amongst seniors.
|Hamilton, Middlesex-Elgin, Peel, Perth Huron Stratford, Thunder Bay||Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
|Diabetes Education Program||
This program helps people recognize the signs and symptoms to determine if they, or someone they know, might have diabetes.
|Antigonish, Middlesex-Elgin, North Bay, Pictou, Porcupine, Simcoe||Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Chronic Diseases, Community Programs||More info|
|DNA Paternity Testing||
Trained staff take finger prints, cheek swabs and pictures of the patents and children for DNA testing, where paternity needs to be determined.
|Algoma, Cape Breton, Colchester East Hants, Cumberland, Greater Kingston, Greater Sudbury, Grey Bruce, Lunenburg, North Bay, Peterborough, Sarnia, Simcoe||Business, Children||Community Programs||More info|
|Employment Health Assessment / Medicals||
This screening assesses whether an employee’s capabilities match the demands of the job, including evaluating their existing health conditions for potential aggravation by job duties, and to provide baseline data for future comparisons.
|Algoma, Greater Sudbury, Tri County||Business||Workplace Services||More info|
The Familyhome Program brings together a family and an individual with developmental disability to live together in a family setting. Each person is matched to a compatible family that has been screened by VON. The definition of family is broad - it could be a couple with children, a single person, or empty nesters. When a compatible match is found, a gradual transition occurs until the person moves in and begins to become part of the family. The screening process includes a criminal reference check and a personal interview.
|Middlesex-Elgin||Families and Caregivers||Community Programs||More info|
|Foot Care Clinics||
VON nurses provide assessment, care and advice for clients of all ages, including people who suffer from chronic diseases like diabetes, who need to pay particular attention to their feet.
|Annapolis Valley, Brantford Haldimand, Cape Breton, Chatham Kent, Colchester East Hants, Cumberland, Greater Kingston, Hastings Northumberland Prince Edward, Lunenburg, North Bay, Ottawa, Oxford, Perth Huron Stratford, Peterborough, Pictou, Queens County, Sarnia, Simcoe, Thunder Bay, Tri County, Windsor Essex||Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
Accreditation Canada is an independent, not-for-profit organization that consults with experts to develop health care standards based on best practices. They accredit a wide range of health care and social services providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, clinics, and community health programs. Accreditation Canada has been helping providers improve health care quality and safety for more than 55 years.