Independent Living Services of Simcoe County & Area Independent Living Services of Simcoe County & Area exists to provide support and services to people with physical disabilities or limitations in Simcoe County,
to assist them to lead dignified, productive and independent lives.
"“Independent Living Services exists to provide support and services to people with physical disabilities or limitations in Simcoe County, to assist them to lead dignified, productive and independent lives”.
"Opening Doors & Minds" is our commitment to work with the community to increase opportunities for participation, making Simcoe County a welcoming place for all citizens.
Independent Living Services
of Simcoe County and Area
is excited to announce the expansion of the
to include an
Assistive Device Exchange!
Launch Date January 14th,2013
The Assistive Device Exchange is a website that provides an opportunity to access assistive devices no longer needed by others. Use the Assistive Device Exchange website to
Find, Sell, or Give Away equipment.
There is a growing demand for assistive devices and an increased need for financial assistance to purchase those devices. Financial supports, both government and community, are limited and perfectly good pieces of equipment are gathering dust.
Re-use of equipment helps everyone!
• De-clutter your home.
• Save your money.
• Help reduce waste.
Find, Sell, or Give Away equipment on the
Assistive Device Exchange website today
Independent Living Services of Simcoe County & Area's
AODA Customer Service Policy
Providing Goods & Service to People with Disabilities
click on link below to view our
AODA Customer Service Policy
New LHIN Implemented
InterRAI Community Health Assessment
Privacy and Your Assessment
The goal of ILS has always been to offer you the highest standard of care and ensure that you receive the right services at the right time to support your ability to live independently in your community.
Many new tools become available that enable us to continue to deliver quality care. One of those tools is the interRAI Community Health Assessment (CHA).
Click here for more information regarding interRAI Community Health Assessment(CHA)
Promoting Client Safety At North Simcoe Muskoka CCAC
In a collaborative effort to help clients stay safe in their homes, we have developed and educational series of videos entitled Safe at Home. These 30-minute videos feature a variety of segments covering Fire Safety & Prevention, Fall Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Medication Safety & Storage, Infection Control, Elder Abuse, Domestic Violence and Fraud/Identity Theft.
The Safe at Home video is available on our YouTube Channel at
Helping 100 Seniors Stay at Home
Something to consider
When you think it will only take 2 minutes and will hurt no one.
Video is in French with English sub-titles.
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