Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle

Site: Mobile Service - South Georgian Bay

Service: Indigenous Independent Living Care

Location, Telephone & Internet
Website https://banac.on.ca/
Located In Community Simcoe County
Address Mobile Service in Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Midland
Collingwood, ON
Contact Information
Primary Contact Alex King, Indigenous Independent Living Care Worker; Phone: (Cell) 705-818-3080; Email: iilc@banac.on.ca
Primary Executive Brenda Jackson, Indigenous Systems Coordinator & Interim Director; Email: bjackson@banac.on.ca
Mailing Address c/o Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle 
125 Bell Farm Rd, Suite 201 
Barrie, ON L4M 6L2
Description & Services
Description (Service) COVID-19 Response 
* Offices are closed, call or email for more information 
 
Regular Service 
Provides culturally sensitive homemaking and assisted living care services to older adults living in Midland, Wasaga Beach and Collingwood 
 
Services include: 
* light housekeeping 
* laundry 
* sweeping/mopping and dusting 
* personal hygiene care 
* medication support  
* meal preparation 
 
Program is a partnership between March of Dimes Canada and Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle
Hours COVID-19 Response 
* Offices are closed, call or email for more information 
 
Regular Hours 
Hours vary
Areas Served Collingwood ; Midland ; Wasaga Beach
Eligibility Ages: 55 year(s) and up 
 
* Individuals must self-identify as First Nation, Metis or Inuit 
* Individual must be an older adult (55+)  
* Individual resides within Midland, Wasaga Beach or Collingwood (North Simcoe and South Georgian Bay)
Application * Call the Indigenous Independent Living Care worker (IILC) at 705-818-3080 or contact by email at iilc@banac.on.ca 
* referral form can be filed out through self-referral, partnering agency, community organization or from a family physician 
* form can then be directly submitted to the IILC worker to confirm the eligibility 
* IILC worker will personally meet with the individual that is new to the program, to fill out the intake and assessment forms to identify any needs or requirements for the services provided, to develop a plan of care and to bridge the new connection between client and IILC worker.
Languages English ; Ojibway - Publications
Fees None
Other Details
Physical Access Not Applicable - Service is provided in clients' homes so accessibility varies

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