More than just Home Care
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The Mosaic Difference
Mosaic and its team are here to support your independence, your abilities as a person, and your social and emotional needs, in your home, wherever that may be, and your community.
We treat you, your family, our professional oversight and frontline team as persons of meaning, being and community. We provide an award-winning service process and culture. We are community integrated and provide an active, connected and knowledgeable gateway to all our communities we offer.
MOSAIC’S KNITTING & CROCHET GROUP ONLINE
Drop into knit, chat and make new friends virtually on Zoom! Join us for an opportunity to chat, knit and make new friends. Knitting has been proven to: Reduce stress and anxiety, Slows cognitive decline and can helps prevent arthritis and tendonitis. Dates: Every Wednesday…Learn more
MOSAIC’S MEMORY CAFE ONLINE (ZOOM) MEDITATION WORKSHOP WITH ALMEIRI SANTOS
Join Mosaic Home Care for our Mosaic’s Memory Cafe held the last Tuesday of every month either online or in-person.. This program is for those with memory or cognitive issues and their family carers. We have a number of interesting speakers and activities that make…Learn more
MOSAIC’S IN-PERSON KNITTING & CROCET GROUP
Drop into Mosaic to knit, chat and make new friends in-person in our community resource centre at Mosaic (Armour Heights Presbyterian Church) Join us for an opportunity to chat, knit and make new friends. Knitting has been proven to: Reduce stress and anxiety, Slows cognitive…Learn more
Interactive Drumming Circle with Terri Segal
Interactive Drumming Circle with Terri Segal held at Mosaic Home Care Services & Community Resource Centre on Tuesday October 25th, 2022
The 2022 Caregiver Show
Join the Movement on Social Prescribing, Community Engagement and Interaction panel presentation.
Discussion on the importance of connection within communities and volunteering
Introducing Tri-Cities Seniors’ Action Society, Executive Director Ken Kuhn. He will discuss the importance of connection within communities, the benefits of older persons volunteering in our communities and the work through Tri-Cities Forum on community events on Elder Abuse Education and Wellness forums.