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Adult Day Program, Algonquin College site (Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre)

Ottawa West$

The Adult Day Program at Algonquin College offers respite care for the main caregiver by providing a full day of activity for adults experiencing dementia-related disorders.

Contact Info
  • Email: info@wocrc.ca
  • Phone: (613) 591-3686
  • Website: https://wocrc.ca/program/adult-day-program/
  • Address: Algonquin College – Ottawa Campus, 1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Nepean, ON, Canada

Hours of Operation
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Thursday through Saturday)

Verified Dementia-Inclusive Features

  • Accessible bathrooms, Accessible entrance, Accessible parking, Bilingual (E/Fr)
Dementia-Inclusive Trained Staff
  • No
Contact Info

Hours of Operation: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Thursday through Saturday)


The Adult day program at Algonquin College includes many services such as planned social and recreational activities, meals, assistance with the activities of daily living and minor health care assistance (e.g. monitoring essential medications)in a congregate setting, while also providing respite care to caregivers.


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Last updated: 26-11-2020
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