SENIOR SERVICES INFORMATION pamphlet
See the pamphlet on the left side of this page for services available to seniors in the community.
You can also refer to our seasonal programs (see Downloads) as well as the service offering of associations.
Grant application for home maintenance assistance for seniors
You will find this document on the left side of this page, in the Download section.
The completed form and the required documents must be sent by e-mail to email@example.com or dropped off at Town Hall (100 Charbonneau Street, Rosemère, Quebec J7A 3W1).
Transportation for seniors
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., a taxi will pick up senior citizens (age 65+) at their home to take them to the establishments listed in the service list. (Document in the Download section). Enhanced service for vaccination campaign against COVID-19, more details, please click here.
|$1 each way (there and back), payable to the driver|
Here’s how to take advantage of this service (for seniors only):
- Register at the Community Services department, 450 621-3500, ext. 7380.
Registration valid for as long as you live at the same address.
- Reserve your transportation before 4 p.m. on the Tuesday before an outing on Thursday or Friday and reserve your transportation before 4 p.m. on the Friday before an outing on Tuesday, by phoning 579 275-0301. Ask for route 222.
- Provide your contact information and mention your destination as well as the time you want to leave home and the time you want to return.
You cannot go anywhere else but those indicated on the list.
In order to promote a
healthy and safe living environment for seniors who wish to remain in their
homes, the partners involved in the Rappid'Or program are pleased to announce
the resumption of home visits!
Upon registration of the senior with the Centre d'action bénévole Solange-Beauchamp, a team composed of a firefighter, a police officer and a volunteer will come and meet the person.
The volunteer, trained by the Volunteer Bureau and the CISSS des Laurentides, will talk to the person about his or her living environment, health and interests, and will present the various resources that can help him or her, if necessary.
The police officer will go around the residence to check the security of doors and windows, identify objects that could cause falls or interfere with interventions with first responders, do prevention and answer questions about fraud, abuse, driving, etc.
The firefighter will check for smoke alarms, heating systems, electrical overloads or any other potentially dangerous situation. He/she will provide a kit that includes items that can enhance safety if needed.
Center d'action bénévole Solange-Beauchamp
450 430-5056 ext. 225 or firstname.lastname@example.org