Central East Community Care Access Centre

Site: Whitby Branch

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Record #: OSH0111 Last Modified: 30 Apr 2015 Last Full Update: 30 Apr 2015
Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone905-430-3308
Toll Free Phone1-800-263-3877
Located In CommunityWhitby (Town of)
Address & Map
920 Champlain Crt
Whitby, ON L1N 6K9
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IntersectionConsumers Rd and Hopkins St
Contact Information
Primary ContactRobin Russell, Executive Assistant; Phone: ext 5493; Email: robin.russell@ce.ccac-ont.ca
Primary ExecutiveDon Ford, Chief Executive Officer; Phone: ext 5493; Email: don.ford@ce.ccac-ont.ca
Description & Services
Description (Service)Access to government funded home care services and long-term care homes * help to navigate the array of community support and health agencies in the community * information and referral to supportive local service agencies that help people live independently at home 
In-Home Services 
Care Coordinator determines needs of client, coordinates and continually evaluates needs * nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech language therapy * social work, dietetics, medical supplies and equipment * personal support, help with bathing or dressing 
Placement Services 
Centralized access for long-term-care homes, nursing homes and homes for the aged * manage waiting lists * assist with applications as the needs of the client determine, including applications from hospital * arrange for short stay in a facility for caregiver relief 
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HoursMon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas ServedDurham Region
EligibilityInfants, children, seniors, frail, elderly * individuals with short or long term illness * individuals recently discharged from hospital * individuals with physical disabilities * individuals recently injured * individuals who need help living independently at home * individuals requiring alternate living arrangements * Must have a valid Ontario Health Card (OHIP)
ApplicationAnyone can make a referral to a CCAC — an individual requiring service, a family member, caregiver, friend, physician or other health care professional
LanguagesEnglish ; Interpreter services available for other languages
Other Details
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AccessibilityFully Accessible ; Call for details
Service CategoriesLong Term Care Coordination Centres