Mississauga First Nation
Long Term Care Program

Provides health care services for ill, injured or elderly community members to allow them to remain in their own homes

Provides the following services:
  • Assessment to determine individuals health history and develop a personalized care plan
  • Case management to ensure that care plans are being carried out and that the plan developed is still suitable
  • Home care nursing duties
  • Personal care help with activities such as dressing and bathing
  • Basic foot care
  • Teaching the individual in need to care for themselves
  • Home support with light housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation
  • Respite for family members and caregivers
  • Help with light outdoor/yard work

Coordinates a variety of activities including:
  • Bingo nights, game days and bowling
  • Blueberry and strawberry picking trips
  • Breakfast and luncheon events
  • Craft making sessions
  • Exercise classes
  • Income tax clinics
  • Live entertainment presentations such as dance groups
  • Out-of-town trips to attend events and for shopping
  • Quilting group
  • Spring cleaning days
Tribal Council: North Shore Tribal Council (NSTC)
Political Territorial Organization: Union of Ontario Indians (UOI)
Robinson-Huron Treaty
  • Members of Mississauga First Nation who are ill, disabled or elderly (65 years of age and over) and require assistance to remain in their own home
  • Members of Mississauga First Nation 50 years of age and older with an assessed need
Application Process
Requires assessment and registration
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
Agency Information
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On March 7, 2018

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