Teaches senior residents and clients nutrition strategies and cooking skills. Participants participate in a luncheon to develop friendships and socialize. Also offers special guest speakers about topics that interest participants.
Offers a variety of activities and events to the Jewish community.
- table tennis
- gymnasium and fitness facility
Provides cultural, recreational, health, and support programs and services for seniors residing at First Place, as well as for seniors in the community.
A program for individuals who want to learn more about developing tools to have a positive relationship with their landlord. The course can be delivered as either one 3-hour session, or six 1-hour sessions.
A supervised space for children to spend time before school, includes a hot breakfast. Assistance with homework is also available. Program runs from 7:45am to 8:45am, parents and families are welcome.
Provides learning opportunities that help participants develop skill and confidence in the kitchen, and learn about choice and preparation of diabetes friendly food. Topics include:
Weekly home-cooked lunch followed by activities such as singing, games, and excursions. July and August dates include brunch and/or a day trip.
A stay-in-school program designed to reduce poverty and its effects by lowering the dropout rate among high school students, from economically disadvantaged communities, and increase their participation in post-secondary programs.
Emergency food bank providing three-day supply of food and personal hygiene products. Can be accessed once per household every 30 days.
Offers one-on-one education and advice about effective diabetes management.