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Description and Services
Description (Service) Provides a comprehensive multidimensional screening assessment for seniors who are experiencing challenges related to the aging process * aims to improve quality of life * promote functional independence and autonomy * prevent or delay hospitalization/institutionalization (unless appropriate) * maintain seniors in their homes within a safe and supportive environment for as long as possible  
Consider a referral when: there is a recent sudden change in physical, mental or functional abilities, the reception of multiple medications and high risk drug side effects * major changes in support needs, caregiver stress, institutional placement being considered * safety concerns * increased use of health care services
Hours By appointment only
Areas Served Arnprior - and area
Eligibility Individuals 65 years and older
Application Family physician, family member, nurse practitioner can refer and a trained Geriatric assessor from the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) will visit the client in their home and complete an initial multi-dimensional screening assessment incorporating aspects of physical, functional abilities and environment * collaboration with the senior and family or caregiver helps identify needs and determine appropriate action 
An appointment will then be made to one of the clinics to be seen by a geriatrician only when the family physician refers to the Geriatric assessor
Languages English ; French
Fees Service - Covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)
Contact Information
Office Phone 310-2222
Toll Free Phone 1-888-421-2222
Fax 613-745-6984
Public Comments This site is temporarily closed
Alternate Name CCAC ; GAP ; LHIN ; RCC
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Arnprior
Address & Map
Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital
350 John St N
Arnprior, ON K7S 2P6
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Intersection Elgin St W and Madawaska St
Mailing Address c/o Champlain Community Care Access Centre 
1100 Pembroke St E 
Pembroke, ON K8A 6Y7
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Elevator
Parking Pay parking lot
Other Details
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Champlain Local health integration network (LHIN)
Service Categories Activities of Daily Living Assessment ~ Older Adults ; Geriatric Assessment ; Geriatric Medicine
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