Renfrew and Area Seniors’ Home Support has been proud to serve seniors and adults with disabilities in the Town of Renfrew and surrounding areas since April 1987 providing them with non-medical services to help them remain independent in their homes for as long as possible. Volunteers assist staff in providing services, governance through our Board of Directors and raising funds to meet our budgetary requirements.
Partially funded by the Ministry of Health through the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), Renfrew and Area Seniors’ Home Support is thankful for the generosity of our community, clients, and volunteers as they support us both financially and through their generous gifts of time.
Renfrew and Area Seniors’ Home Support is committed to excellence and providing services that are accessible to seniors and adults with disabilities.
We, the volunteers and staff, at Renfrew and Area Seniors Home Support work together to …
“Preserve the independence of seniors and adults with disabilities by enabling these individuals to remain as active as possible for as long as possible in their own homes and communities.”
David Bennett – Board Chair
Glenn Garvie – Treasurer
Carol Ann Simpson
Renfrew and Area Seniors Home Support Inc. acknowledges the partial funding provided by the Ministry of Health channeled through the Champlain Local Health Integration Network. Download Funding Agreement with Champlain Local Health Integration Network
Community Financial Supporters
We are ever grateful to our very supportive community. It is our faithful community financial supporters who enable our Community Support Service Agency to continue to provide the vital services that allows our clients to remain independent in their own homes.
We are pleased to work together with these loyal partners:
- Valley Heritage Radio
- Canada Revenue Agency
- Helping Hands Thrift Store
- Carefor Health & Community Services (Renfrew County)
Long Term Desired Outcome
To continue to provide practical volunteer based services (Transportation, Friendly Visiting, Telephone Assurance, Home Maintenance, Frozen Meals, Grocery Delivery and Client Intervention & Assistance) that help seniors and adults with disabilities to remain active for as long as possible in their own homes and communities.
Along with our volunteers we strive to maintain high quality dimensions in our day-to-day service:
Accessibility Clients obtain services that are responsive to their needs.
Appropriateness Services are provided according to currently acceptable knowledge and/or standards of practice.
Continuity Services are provided in a manner that promotes continuity and consistency.
Effectiveness Services are provided in the correct manner.
Efficiency Efforts are made to use our program resources wisely and to access other community resources available when it makes sense to do so.
Client Perspective Clients play an active role in deciding which service(s) they require and are encouraged to contact the office if they have any questions or concerns or wish to modify their service plan.
Your Support In Action
Ministry of Health Funded Programs – Statistical Report – April 1st, 2019 to March 31st, 2020