Caregiver’s and Senior’s Support Program

Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre’s (DBNC) Caregiver’s and Senior’s Support Program provides education, information, and referrals for caregivers and their care recipients. It assists individuals by involving them in their community, and connected to resources that help them to maintain optimum health, quality of life and independence

Drop-ins are offered weekly in English, with people of all cultural backgrounds and language abilities welcomed. Language-specific drop-ins are held monthly in Mandarin, Urdu/Hindi/Punjabi, and Polish, with facilitators who speak those languages.

In accordance with public health restrictions during the pandemic, services have been offered virtually, through telephone health checks, email, referrals, and mailed resources. The program is currently transitioning back to in-person services – please contact the Senior’s Coordinator for more details at [email protected]

Locations and programs

Westminster United Church

4094 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L4W 1J5

Peel Living Seniors’ Apt. Building

3020 Queen Frederica Drive, Mississauga, ON L4Y 2Z8

  • Weekly drop-in
  • Weekly drop-in 
  • Once per month – Polish Drop-in  
  • Once per month – Saturday evening drop-in (facilitator speaks Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi.) 

Virtual Programs

Are you a Mandarin-speaking caregiver or older adult?

Please join our monthly Zoom session

Frequently Asked Questions

DBNC staff will ask for some information about you, and will also inform you about the program when you first attend a session.

You are welcome to attend and participate as you choose, and as it meets your needs. Some people attend every week, others attend as they are available.

DBNC staff can assist by referring you to appropriate programs and services available to you.

First time here?

Let’s talk!

Please contact us if you have questions, concerns, or comments about any of our programs and services by selecting the department you wish to contact from the menu and completing the form. A representative from that program will be in touch with you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!

Wondering who to talk to?

Wendy M.

Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunities and strength.
– Betty Friedan

[email protected]