Adult Recreation Therapy Centre

Site: Paris - Grand River St N

Service: Adult Recreation Therapy Centre

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Record #: SIM2355 Last Full Update: 28 Jul 2014
Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone519-442-4000 ext 6324
After Hours Phone519-753-1882 leave message
Site LocationInside Willett Hospital
Located In CommunityParis
Address & Map
238 Grand River St N
Paris, ON N3L 2N7
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IntersectionGrand River St N and Alexander Ave
Contact Information
Primary ContactLori Santilli, Executive Director; Phone: 519-753-1882
Alternate ContactCLauren Zakamarko, Recreation Therapist; Phone: ext 6324 519-442-4000 * 519-753-1882; Email:
Primary ExecutiveJoe Persia, President Board of Directors
Mailing Address408 Henry St 
Brantford, ON N3S 7W1
Description & Services
DescriptionAdult day program * social, recreational, and therapeutic activities for adults with various physical challenges, frail, socially isolated people, and those with early stage Alzheimers or dementia in a group setting for part of the day * helps to support family caregivers who provide day-to-day care 
* meals 
* foot care 
* blood pressure and weight monitoring 
Services for an additional fee: 
* hair care 
* paraffin wax therapy (to soothe muscle and joint pain) 
* whirlpool bathing 
HoursMon, Wed, Thu, Fri 8:30am-4pm * Aphasia program on Wed mornings 
Areas ServedBrant County ; Brantford ; Paris - and area
EligibilityOlder adults and people with disabilities, who need physical, social, or emotional supports * Community Care Access Centre care coordinators assess the needs of the applicants  
People with Alzheimer's Disease or related dementias * Community Care Access Centre care coordinators assess the needs of the applicant
ApplicationContact the HNHB Community Care Access Centre
FeesService ; Nominal daily fee, lunches can be purchased
AccessibilityFully Accessible
SubjectsAdult day care ; Adults ; Caregiver relief ; Caregiver support ; Day programs ; Disabilities ; Home support ; Multiple sclerosis ; Parkinsons disease ; Physical disabilities ; Recreational activities ; Respite care ; Seniors ; Strokes