Programs and Services

Attendant Care, March of Dimes Canada

  • Home Support and Accommodations

Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, MOD attendants deliver one-on-one care to people over the age of 16 in their homes, schools or workplaces. Attendant Services are available to persons with permanent physical disabilities who have the ability to self-direct their care.

They can help with daily activities such as:

  • Taking medication
  • Personal grooming and hygiene
  • Rising and retiring
  • Dressing and undressing, bathing and washing
  • Transferring, preparing meals
  • Toileting, bowel/bladder services
  • Ventilator and tracheotomy services
  • Range of motion exercises
  • Essential communication tasks
  • Laundry, housekeeping, shopping and banking
  • Taking day trips outside the home, for appointments, special events or leisure activities

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