Employment Support

Toronto Employment Services (https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/) administers the Provincial Ontario Works program and provides employment supports for older job seekers 45+.

Financial Support

The Service & Benefit Finder can give you a personalized list of financial benefits for low-income residents, including for employment and housing.

Serve on a City Board, Committee or Tribunal

Bring your skills and experience to the table and help the City of Toronto deliver some of its key services by applying for a public appointment.

Participate in a Public Consultation

Have your say at a public consultation and explore other ways to give your input to the City.

Advisory Groups

Give your input on City services for seniors by joining an advisory group.

Step Ahead to Fall Prevention in Older Adults

Toronto Public Heath offers information and training to agencies serving seniors to reduce the risk of falling in older adults. Register for this program online. For more information, call 416-338-7600 or email publichealth@toronto.ca.

Who to Call in an Emergency

Learn who to call in an emergency, including the Seniors Help Line at 416-217-2077 for information about home care, community care and crisis services in Toronto.

Toronto Public Library Programs

The Toronto Public Library offers a number of different programs for seniors  including speaker’s series, courses to improve digital literacy and much more. For more information call the Toronto Public Library Answerline at 416-393-7131

Toronto Public Library also provides home delivery  to seniors who are home bound for three months or longer. For more information, please call 416-395-5557.

Fire Safety

Learn how to make your home and holidays safe with our fire safety tips and prevention information, including how to create a fire escape plan and chose a smoke alarm for your home.

Learn what the City is Doing for Seniors

The City has a strategies to assist seniors: