PGLO represents a provincial network of clinical geriatric services, called Specialized Geriatric Services (SGS), that provide direct health care, build provider and caregiver capacity, conduct program and system evaluation, and advocate for older adult services. Every region has its own SGS programs, services and resources that may be relevant to you.
Making an appointment
Patients are seen only by referral from a physician. Referring a patient – FOR PHYSICIANS ONLY
Download and complete the patient referral form
Please fax your referral to the Toronto Anorectal Program (TARP) at Women’s College Hospital at 416-323-6172
Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS), formerly known as Ashby House, started in 1978 as the first community-based brain injury rehabilitation program in North America. From its origins as a transitional group home, CHIRS has evolved into a multi-service agency that provides a broad range of supports to a clientele with diverse and complex needs.
An application to PACE for services can be made through the Toronto Acquired Brain Injury Network. The Toronto ABI Network offers a single-point referral service to publicly funded member agencies including hospital-based brain injury rehabilitation, long-term care facilities, and community-based services in Toronto. Any individual can apply for our ABI Community program directly. Any caregiver or professional can make a referral to PACE’s ABI Community program through the Toronto ABI Network.
The Access Point has been established to process applications for supportive housing and individual mental health supports for youth and adults in the Toronto Area, aged 14 years and over.
With this form, see the link below, you can apply for individual support services (like Intensive Case Management, Early Psychosis Intervention or Assertive Community Treatment), Supportive Housing, or both.
Eligibility criteria: 14 years of age or older; have mental health and /or addictions problems that are seriously affecting their lives; live in, or plan to live in, The Access Point boundaries, which are Port Union Road to Highway 427 and Steeles Ave. to the lake.