Seniors Support Task Force

During this time we know that our City's seniors have many questions and need answers.

To ensure that you have easy access to information and resources on how to cope with COVID-19, the City of Brampton has set up the Seniors Support Task Force. This Task Force is Co-chair Regional Councillor Pat Fortini and Regional Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon.

This Task Force will take care of Brampton’s seniors by assisting with grocery shopping, medication pickups and other errands. We have volunteers to help you. The City is in discussions with key retailers, businesses, community groups for resources and supports for our seniors’ critical needs. This is not just about meeting your day-to-day needs, but also to equip you with tips and resources for your overall health, social and emotional well-being.

We ask that each one of you call and check in on the seniors in your family or in your neighborhood. This is a simple yet powerful way to help our seniors stay socially connected and emotionally strong.

We are urging Seniors to please stay home and contact us if you need help with resources or information. Call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca. You can also contact the Region at regional.clerk@peelregion.ca or call 3-1-1.





Seniors

Looking for help with grocery or medicine pick-up?

Please stay home and contact us if you need help with resources or information. Call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Seniors Groups

Wondering where to get information and resources?

Please email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Bramptonians

Know a senior who needs help?

Please check on them and see if they need any help. Refrain from direct contact but do check on them. If you think they need additional help, have them call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Volunteers

Are you available to help seniors?

If you want to help the City in caring for our seniors, please contact us so we can use your services where they are most needed. Email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca or call 311.




Resources (please click below)


During this time we know that our City's seniors have many questions and need answers.

To ensure that you have easy access to information and resources on how to cope with COVID-19, the City of Brampton has set up the Seniors Support Task Force. This Task Force is Co-chair Regional Councillor Pat Fortini and Regional Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon.

This Task Force will take care of Brampton’s seniors by assisting with grocery shopping, medication pickups and other errands. We have volunteers to help you. The City is in discussions with key retailers, businesses, community groups for resources and supports for our seniors’ critical needs. This is not just about meeting your day-to-day needs, but also to equip you with tips and resources for your overall health, social and emotional well-being.

We ask that each one of you call and check in on the seniors in your family or in your neighborhood. This is a simple yet powerful way to help our seniors stay socially connected and emotionally strong.

We are urging Seniors to please stay home and contact us if you need help with resources or information. Call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca. You can also contact the Region at regional.clerk@peelregion.ca or call 3-1-1.





Seniors

Looking for help with grocery or medicine pick-up?

Please stay home and contact us if you need help with resources or information. Call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Seniors Groups

Wondering where to get information and resources?

Please email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Bramptonians

Know a senior who needs help?

Please check on them and see if they need any help. Refrain from direct contact but do check on them. If you think they need additional help, have them call 311 or email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca.


Volunteers

Are you available to help seniors?

If you want to help the City in caring for our seniors, please contact us so we can use your services where they are most needed. Email us at covid19seniors@brampton.ca or call 311.




Resources (please click below)


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