Community Care Northumberland Home at Last (HAL) program helps patients successfully make the transition from hospital to home on the day of their discharge. HAL is a partnership between Community Care Northumberland, Campbellford Memorial Hospital, Northumberland Hills Hospital and Home and Community Care Services (Central East). The Home Help and Maintenance program makes it easier for seniors, adults with disabilities or those who are recovering from illness or injury to continue living at home independently by aiding them to complete household tasks they may not be able to easily perform themselves.There are two services within this program. Clients are matched with a brokered workers depending on what type of help is needed.
Community Care Northumberland Meals on Wheels program promotes health and independence by providing nutritious and affordable meals to:
• Seniors living alone
• Adults with disabilities who are unable to shop for groceries or cook for themselves
• Those being discharged from an area hospital with limited/no help during their recovery
The Community Diners program provides opportunities to share a hot meal and entertainment or health promotion/wellness presentations. Meals include an entrée, beverage and dessert and are prepared in centrally located, community settings, often in partnership with other local groups.
Are you in need of a ride? Community Care Northumberland’s transportation program can help you get where you need to be. Whether you need to attend a medical or dental appointment, run errands or go to a social or recreational activity, we offer affordable and accessible transportation services that can help.
Community Care Northumberland wellness programs and services aim to support the physical, social and safety needs of clients, allowing them to improve and maintain their overall well-being. From exercise and falls prevention classes to social groups to personal distress alarms and more, support is available to clients throughout Northumberland County.
THFHT formally recognizes the traditional keepers of this land and, specifically our neighbours of the Alderville First Nation, with a formal territorial acknowledgement. We reside on the Gunshot Treaty Lands of 1788. On these lands and on the shores of the big lake, the Mississauga Anishinabeg
(A-NISH-IN-NAW-BEK) met with the Crown to facilitate the opening of these lands for settlement. Let us be reminded of the responsibility we all have in making sure that we respect these lands and waters that give us life and sustain our livelihoods.
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