Dunnville Hospital and Healthcare Foundation

Site: Dunnville - Broad St W

Service: Haldimand Health and Wellness Programs

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Record #: SIM1905 Last Full Update: 04 Feb 2014
Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone905-774-7431 ext 1285
Located In CommunityDunnville
Address & Map
Health Cottage
322 Broad St W
Dunnville, ON N1A 1T1
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IntersectionJohn St and Broad St W
Contact Information
Primary ContactShelley Rollo, Program Manager; Phone: (Business) 905-774-7431 ext 1285 * (Business) 905-774-2529; Email: shelley@dhhf.ca
Alternate ContactTayler Moerschfelder, Program Assistant; Phone: (Business) 905-774-7431 ext 1285 * (Business) 905-774-2529; Email: tayler@dhhf.ca
Alternate ExecutiveJackie Bennermeer, Development Assistant; Email: Jackie@dhhf.ca
Description & Services
DescriptionProvides programs, activities and information to promote good health and wellness in the community. Offers courses and resources to help the community become more responsible for its health and well being. Directs people to services and works with groups / organizations to provide a venue for health-related topics. 
Programs include: Indoor and Outdoor Walking Programs, Babysitter Training Courses, Alzheimer Awareness Sessions, Shopping and Cooking for One. Courses change regularly and are scheduled based on requests from the community.
HoursMon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
DatesIndoor Walking: Dunnville's version of "Mallwalk". Walking club runs from the end of October until May with times available for everyone. Held at Dunnville Secondary School. Registration is $3.00 for the season and you must register each year. 
Babysitter Training courses are run once during March Break, once during the summer and once during the fall. 
Walk Across Haldimand Challenge runs June 1 to August 31 and provides incentives for the number of times an individual "walks across Haldimand County". Included are walking logs and detailed routes mapped out throughout Dunnville, Cayuga and Hagersville. 
Health & Wellness Expo is held the last Wednesday in May. With 25 exhibitors promoting programs and services available in Haldimand County and wellness presentations on current and relevant topics being conducted throughout the day, this event provides a wealth of knowledge, information and give-aways to help every resident take charge of their own good health.
Areas ServedHaldimand County
FeesNominal fees for some courses
AccessibilityPartially Accessible
SubjectsAlzheimer disease ; Cooking ; Fitness activities ; Health ; Instructional programs ; Mental health ; Outdoor activities ; Physical fitness ; Stress ; Walking