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 ON ZOOM
Drop-in to 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 help prevent arthritis and tendonitis. Registration Required Every…Learn more
NEW PROGRAM – MOSAIC’S WALKING CLUB AT ARMOUR HEIGHTS
Keep fit and engaged with your community this summer by joining our new walking club located in the Armour Heights area. Bring friends, enjoy meeting new people and exploring your community. Participants can enjoy refreshments after the walk. Free parking available along Saunders St. Bring…Learn more
IFA Global Café: In conversation with Ms. Jane Teasdale and Ms. Jayne Armstrong
Person Centered Care & The Seniors’ Outdoor Activation Toolkit
Meeting the Social and Emotional Needs of Persons within Healthcare and Our Local Communities
In this article we look at how a person’s social and emotional needs and their associated physical, cognitive, cultural and spiritual intrinsic capacities can be better supported and encouraged within our communities. We look at two perspectives. In the first, Kahir Lalji looks at Social Prescribing and the formal healthcare system’s role in addressing social […]
New instructions for taking rapid antigen tests to detect the Omicron strain of the novel coronavirus
Ontario’s COVID-19 advisers have issued new instructions for taking rapid antigen tests to detect the Omicron strain of the novel coronavirus as the tests become more widely available across the province. The Ontario Science Advisory Table said you should swab the insides of your cheeks, then your tongue or the back of your throat, and then your nostrils to make […]