York University / Seneca College Attendant Care Program


York U attendant care participantYork University and Seneca College​ offers Attendant Services for students living in residence as well as those who commute daily to campus, at their 4700 Keele St. Campus.

In order to maximize your independence and empower your academic participation, York University and Seneca College provides flexible assistance with daily living to support you on campus. Activities can include: 
  • personal care (toileting, bathing, and dressing)
  • meal preparation and feeding assistance
  • housekeeping and laundry
  • setup support before and after class
  • shopping on campus

Eligibility

To be eligible for service, students must:
  • Have a permanent physical disability
  • Require assistance with personal care or activities of daily living
  • Be 16 years of age or older
  • Be a resident of Ontario
  • Have a valid health card
  • Be able to direct your own care
  • Not be in receipt of insurance funds

Where to Apply

To apply to this program, please complete the Centre for Independent Living, Toronto PIC Application at http://cilt.ca/pic_application.aspx or by calling  416-599-2458. 
[*In section V. Attendant Services Projects of the application, check off "March of Dimes Canada - York University/Seneca@York" box (near the bottom of page 5 of the application).​]

York U attendant care services

For more information contact:

York U - www.yorku.ca 
Seneca College - www.senecacollege.ca
416-736-2100 ext. 40772
independence@marchofdimes.ca

Services are funded through the Toronto Central Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN)


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