Runnymede Community Resources
Whether you’re a patient at Runnymede or a local community member looking for information about healthcare options, we want to help. Community resources that you may find helpful are listed below for your information.
If you, or someone you care about, needs health care services at home, at school or in the community, or if you are considering supported living programs or long-term care options, home and community care at the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network can help.
Visit the Home and Community Care website.
211 Toronto is a bilingual point of access to over 60,000 community, social, health and related government programs and services in Ontario. It consists of an internet resource represented by 211Ontario.ca and the 211 telephone service. By dialing 2-1-1, callers are directly connected to a qualified information and referral specialist.
Visit the 211 Toronto website.
Speaker series presentations
From Runnymede staff:
- How to interact with adults with communication difficulties
- Falls prevention
- Eating well after discharge
- Post-discharge resources
Thank you to the organizations who shared information with our community:
- Alzheimer Society of Toronto
- Toronto Stroke Network
- Centre for Clinical Ethics: Making decisions for others