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Date & Time: Mondays: 10:00am to noon (KR); Tuesdays: 10:00am to noon (LH); Fridays: 2:00p.m-4:00pm (JT)
Would you like to get active? Interested in preventative health care? Come join us for dance and movement to music! Come to meet new people, learn new dance steps such as jazz, ballroom and Latin American, and have fun. Snacks are provided. Please wear comfortable clothing and walking or running shoes.
Date & Time: Mondays, 11:00am-2:00pm
A semester-based program led by volunteers and staff for adults with developmental and/or psychiatric disabilities. Registration is required. There are three semesters per year (please see Unison Program Calendar). Tokens and Lunch may be provided.
Date & Time: Please call to learn about upcoming dates and times.
The diabetes prevention program offers group education to those at risk of developing type 2 diabetes or those seeking to lead a healthy life style. Our team offers a diabetes risk assessment questionnaire to learn your risk, and a series of four workshops lead by a Registered Dietitian and a certified fitness instructor. The team is mobile and works closely with community agencies and partners to deliver education to participants from high risk populations*. If you are a facilitator, a …
Date & Time: Last Thursday of each month (monthly), from 2:00–5:00pm.
We provide free legal advice in the following areas of law: social assistance, housing, basic employment, human rights, CPP and EI. We also provide notarization of documents (document must already be prepared). Clients must live within the former City of York in Toronto and some financial criteria also apply. Please see the map to check if you live in our catchment area. To find a legal clinic near you, please visit the Legal Aid Ontario website.
Date & Time: Thursdays, 10:00am to 1:00pm
The program focuses on topics that promote healthy aging. If you are a seniors over the age of 55 and live within the Lawrence Heights or nearby neighborhoods, you are welcome to join our weekly program. Sessions include health education, reading circle, movie day, summer outings, arts and crafts and much more. We provide free snacks and a nutritious lunch to program participants. All activities are geared towards building self-esteem, social inclusion, budgeting and healthy eating to support independent aging …