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We are now running an L G B T Q 2+ Adult Day Program.
Tuesday, Friday and every 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month
from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
Welcoming the Obie Interactive Gaming Projector to our Adult Day Program!
Come and “play” with us.
Obie is a highly advanced interactive gaming console that projects custom-made games onto any surface. The games are great for cognitive stimulation, social engagement and physically invigorating!
Days of Operation:
Monday to Friday
Hours of Operation:
9:30 am to 2:30 pm
15 members per day
Language of Service:
$21.00 per day.
Transportation must be arranged through Para-Transpo or through a family member. Our centre is accessible. More details on Para-Transpo are available on the OCTranspo website. Click here to download a Para-Transpo application form or call 613-244-1289.
The Good Companions Adult Day Program is a therapeutic, social, and recreational service for seniors who require some minimal assistance with day-to-day activities. The program is funded by the City of Ottawa, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and United Way East Ontario.
The Adult Day Program is designed to:
The Program Offers:
A Lifeline for Seniors and their Caregivers:
Are you looking or know someone who is looking for a summer job? The Good Companions will have two positions available. Click here to learn more.
Effective May 1st, 2023 we will no longer require masking in the Centre. Masks will be available and provided by TGC for any volunteers, visitors, members who want to wear a mask. Please note that should Public Health advise that changes are required then we will return to masking. Some staff, volunteers and members may continue to wear a mask and we will support you.
Construction on Albert Street between Empress and Bronson is scheduled to start on Monday, March 27th. The City of Ottawa is rehabilitating portions of its underground infrastructure along Albert Street, Queen Street, Slater Street and Bronson Avenue. Albert and Slater Street will be reduced to single lanes in each direction starting on this date and lasting until the end of the 2023 construction season. For more information on this project and how it may affect your travel, please click here.