|CONTACT / REACH Information|
|CONTACT Headings||Assessment ; Disability ; Health Services ; Information Services ; Respite ; Speech / Language Services ; Treatment|
|Description & Services|
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|Description||Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) are the local point of access to community-based health care services * CCACs provide access to government-funded in-home health care (nursing, personal support, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and nutrition) and community services, and long-term care homes * We also provide information about local community support service agencies, and we can link people to these agencies * Anyone can make a referral to a CCAC – a person requiring service, a family member, caregiver, friend, physician, or other health care professional * We work in partnership with clients, families, care providers, hospitals, long-term care homes and others to ensure that the right care is available at the right time and place |
The Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (HNHB) CCAC Branch offices are located in
* St. Catharines
* Brantford - Head office
For information regarding our services, please contact the branch office nearest you
|Hours||* Haldimand-Norfolk branch office hours - Mon – Fri 8:30 am -4:30 pm |
* Telephone inquiries - daily 8:30 am – 8:30 pm, 365 days/year
|Areas Served||Haldimand County ; Norfolk County|
|Eligibility||People of all ages may receive our services * You must be a resident of Ontario, have a valid Ontario health card, be able to receive care safely at home * Some clients may receive care in other settings such as at school or at a community based nursing clinic * Clients are assessed by CCAC staff using guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care |
School Health Support Services are available province wide to children 21 years of age or younger with special needs who are registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education * Children must have a valid Health Card and be residents of Ontario needing special health services in the school setting * Children must attend a publicly funded or private school or receive satisfactory instruction in the home * Additional eligibility criteria will be assessed upon initial intake
|Application||Here are a few reasons why you might turn to a Community Care Access Centre (CCAC): |
• Have you recently been released from hospital after surgery or a serious illness?
• Does your neighbor need a little extra help to cope at home?
• Does your child need support of a health professional at home or in school?
• Is your father no longer safe living alone and ready to move into a long-term care home?
Anyone can make a referral to a CCAC – a person requiring service, a family member, caregiver, friend, physician, or other health care professional.
|Fees||No charge to eligible persons with a valid Ontario Health Card|
|Location, Telephone & Internet|
|Address & Map|
76 Victoria St
Simcoe, ON N3Y 1L5
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|Located In Community||Simcoe|
|Site Location||First bldg on right over the bridge heading east|
|Intersection||Victoria St and Sherman St|
|Toll Free Phone||1-800-810-0000|
|Fax||* Admin - 519-426-7622 |
* General - 519-426-4384
* CF - 519-426-7791
|Primary Contact||Mary Siegner, Director, Communications; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||Mila Ray-Daniels, Manager, Communications|
|Primary Executive||Melody Miles, Executive Director|
|Alternate Name||CCAC ; HNHB-CCAC|
|Service Categories||Activities of Daily Living Assessment ; Adult Respite Care ; Case/Care Management ~ Home/Community Care Recipients ; Home Health Care ; Long Term Care Coordination Centres ; Nursing Facility Referrals|
|Subjects||Alzheimer disease ; Assistive devices ; Caregiver relief ; Caregiver services ; Caregiver support ; Case management ; Communication disorders ; Disabilities ; Diseases ; Geriatric care ; Health ; Health assessments ; Health service professionals ; Health services ; Home care ; Home support ; Housing ; Information and referral ; In-home nursing care ; In-home services ; Long term care facilities ; Neurological diseases ; Nutrition ; Occupational health and safety ; Occupational therapy ; Palliative care ; Patient care ; Physical disabilities ; Physical rehabilitation ; Physiotherapy ; Respite care ; Safety ; Seniors housing ; Social work services ; Speakers bureaus ; Speech disorders ; Treatments ; Vacation care|