Barry's Bay and Area Senior Citizens Home Support Services

Site: Killaloe - North St

Service: Stand Up! Falls Prevention Program: Medium Activity Level

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Contact Information
Office Phone Killaloe office 757-2827 * Barry's Bay office 613-756-2772
Fax 613-757-2827
Primary Contact Kathy Blomquist
Primary Executive Joanne King, Executive Director
Address & Map
12 North St
Killaloe, ON K0J 2A0
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Mailing Address c/o Barry's Bay and Area Senior Citizens Home Support Service 
PO Box 148 
Community Services Centre 
7 St. Francis Memorial Dr, Unit 2 
Barry's Bay, ON K0J 1B0
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Entrance, Washroom
Description & Services
Description (Service) Stand UP! is a free * 12 week * falls prevention program
Hours Irregular, call for times and locations
Areas Served Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards ; Madawaska Valley
Eligibility Seniors 65 and older or persons with a Geriatric profile * Medium Activity Level: appropriate for those concerned with their balance but who can do all of the following: climb 10 stairs, stand for 10-15 minutes, walk one block without losing breath or sitting down.
Application Registration required
Languages English
Fees None
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding Provincial - Champlain Local Health Integration Network
Date Updated 16 May 2019
Service Categories Homemaker Assistance ~ Older Adults ; In Home Meal Preparation ~ Older Adults ; Palliative Care ~ Older Adults ; Personal Alarm Systems ~ Older Adults ; Personal Care ~ Older Adults ; Therapeutic Exercise ~ Older Adults

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