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Adult Day Program – Centre D’accueil Champlain/Dementia Day (City of Ottawa – Community Services)

Ottawa East$

Adult Day Program - Centre D'accueil Champlain/Dementia Day provides small group activities to promote good health and social interactions, as well as giving respite to caregivers.

Contact Info
  • Email: manon.geoffroy@ottawa.ca
  • Phone: (613) 580-2424
  • Website: https://ottawa.ca/en/family-and-social-services/housing/long-term-care#centre-daccueil-champlain
  • Address: Centre d'accueil Champlain, 275 Perrier Avenue, Vanier, ON, Canada

Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri, 9:45am-2:45pm

Verified Dementia-Inclusive Features

  • Accessible bathrooms, Accessible entrance, Accessible parking, French
Dementia-Inclusive Trained Staff
  • No


Adult Day Programs are offered at the Centre d’accueil Champlain for older adults who are frail, have dementia or face other barriers that prevent them from taking part in activities. Small group activities promote good health and social interaction for participants. The programs also provide a break for caregivers.


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Last updated: 26-11-2020
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