Who We Are
We offer a safe, respectful and healthy atmosphere for adults who are 55 and older, with a chronic illness, physical disability or memory loss. We provide a balance of social, physical, and cognitive stimulating activities in a cheerful, accessible and friendly environment, while assisting to help maintain or enhance independence and self-esteem. Our program also allows respite and support for care partners, and provides information and referral to other community services and programs.
Our educated, trained, experienced and dedicated staff consists of: Program Co-ordinator, 4 recreation therapists, and one personal support worker.
Community volunteers as well as educational volunteers (nursing, recreation, gerontology) contribute their generous skills and time to support staff and participants. We welcome volunteers for one or several days per week.
Funding provided through the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network
Geriatric outreach clinics, hairdressing, Community Support Connections, Meals On Wheels and more.
We operate Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Cost is $12.00 per day, payable monthly (preauthorized payment)
We offer a variety of therapeutic recreation programs in small and large group settings, geared towards the abilities and interests of each participant. In addition to providing opportunities to socialize, our programs are proven to reduce isolation and loneliness, prevent physical decline, and offer care partner assistance.
Bocce ball, bowling, darts, balloon volleyball, shuffleboard, cooking, meal prep, pool and walking program.
Cognitive and strategy activities
Card games, board games, reminiscence, storytelling and writing, BINGO.
Create a variety of projects with the assistance and supervision of staff.
S.M.A.R.T. exercise program (Seniors-Maintaining-Active- Roles-Together)
Trained staff conducts 30 minutes of exercises each day with the focus on cardiovascular, muscular strength and endurance resistance training, flexibility and range of motion as well as balance and coordination. Some parts standing, some parts seated.
Daily sing alongs with a variety of live and/or recorded music or videos exploring songs through different decades.
Refreshments upon arrival, as well as a hot, delicious, balanced noon meal, prepared by the Trinity Village Café.
Monthly birthday parties with special performers, combined Trinity Village wide services for Remembrance Day, Ash Wednesday, outdoor activities – such as patio BBQ, walking trail, gardens.
Program referrals are made by the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), as well as health care professionals and other Community Support Service agencies. You can initiate a referral to our program by calling 519-748-2222 and ask for the Intake Department.
Direct inquiries are always welcome by phoning Mary-Kay Chomitz, Program Co-ordinator 519-893-6320 ext. 235 or email email@example.com
Program capacity is 30 participants each day. When program days are at capacity, participants are put on a waitlist for the next available day of service.
Transportation service not provided but will assist with accessing existing community resources such as Mobility Plus, Community Support Connections Meals on Wheels and More, Kiwanis transit.