Share Gurpreet Malhotra, CEO of Indus Community Services speaks with Metro Morning Radio about the Healthcare ‘crisis’ in Brampton/Peel. Have a listen! http://bit.ly/2zNaMEn
ShareThe Friendly Visiting Program is designed to maintain social and emotional interaction for socially isolated and cognitively impaired seniors in the comfort of their home, hospital and long term care setting by screened and trained volunteers. They engage clients in meaningful activities while providing respite and support to caregivers. Companionship is the key – depending on their interests,(…)
ShareThe Adult Day Program celebrated a full day of summer themed activities beginning with a variety of tropical music and beach scenery displayed on the big screen to welcome guests. The fun started with a game of team soccer, female clients versus the male clients. Clients tested their skills in blocking the opponent from scoring(…)
ShareThe Adult Day Program at 3038 Hurontario Street, Mississauga held their Annual Caregiver Appreciation retreat on August 30, 2017, where caregivers and volunteers were treated to a special Paint Night. Their tireless caring and dedication was appreciated by providing a relaxing and fun night which was aimed to help reduce caregiver stress. The painting session was conducted by(…)
ShareThe Family Services Department hosted its Annual Picnic on Friday, July 21 at Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville. Nearly 57 clients, some with their children, enthusiastically participated in this annual event. They also got a chance to tour the animal farm and water ponds. Children received loot bags and participated in age appropriate games for prizes.(…)
ShareWe are happy to announce that we have purchased, installed and trained staff in the use of an Automatic External Defibrillator which will be located at our Adult Day Program in Mississauga. Our school going children were the excited recipients of backpacks filled with items such as paper, pens, pencils, and erasers. In addition the support has enabled us to(…)
ShareOn Saturday September 23rd, the stage was set for the first ever Cooskville Community Street Party. The warm sunshine acted as a natural magnet to draw people to the event. Jointly organised by VolunteerMBC, Mississauga Cooksville Library, NewComer Services of Peel, Afghan Womens Organization, Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Services, The Dam, Mississauga Arts Council, City of Mississauga, Centre for Education(…)
ShareThank you Peter Fonseca MP for visiting & touring Indus! Our LINC students were thrilled to meet you.