Our GAIN team focuses on older seniors with multiple complex medical problems including:
- Cognitive impairment
- Decreased function
- Falls or risk of falls
- Impaired mobility
- Multiple medications
If you are experiencing any of the above, as well as safety concerns, psychosocial/mental health concerns/frequent health service usage, then consider contacting us.
We provide geriatric assessments including:
- Assessment of memory and thinking
- Balance, mobility, risk of falls
- Medication/supplement assessment
- General health/chronic disease assessment
- Mood/mental health
Support and Interventions
- Education (chronic diseases/self-management)
- Teaching about dementia/behavioural care
- Advance care planning
- Referral to community support, such as Adult Day Programs, Transportation Services, Meals on Wheels
- Access to personal support/home safety assessments
- De-prescribing/adjusting medication
- Treatment for dementia
What else do I need to know?
The GAIN team works with patients and families to identify any concerns and create an appropriate plan to meet your needs and goals.
- We provide a complete report to your primary care provider and referring agency that describes the plan, changes that were made to your care and any needed follow-up.
- Ask a family member/person who is familiar with your health care history to accompany you to your appointment.
- Please bring any aids such as glasses, hearings aids, all medications, etc. to your appointments. This includes eye drops, creams, etc.
Making a Referral and Accessing our Services
- You can visit us at our onsite clinic at Senior Persons Living Connected
- We also conduct home visits
- We provide care Monday-Friday morning and afternoon; we also provide service on Saturdays & evenings as needed.
- For additional information, feel free to call our Senior Persons Living Connected clinic at 416-493-3333 ext. 311