Storefront Humber Programs and Services
Storefront Humber provides extensive programs to help seniors and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own home and in the community.
Check out what we can do to help you and your loved one!
If you are interested in any of these services, please fill out the Intake Form and mail it to Storefront Humber.
Adult Day Program
The goal of the Adult Day program is to provide respite for caregivers and family members. The program offers a variety of quality activities and services in a safe and supportive environment to individuals living in the community who are physically frail or have cognitive impairment. Participants receive nutritious meals and snacks, and assistance with activities of daily living. Operation is Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. There is a daily fee for service. Transportation to and from the program is also available for an additional fee.
Social and Congregate Dining Program
Our social and congregate program provides an opportunity for clients and members in the community to meet for a nutritious meal, socialize and enjoy an array of special activities and seasonal events. These gathering provide seniors a safe place to socialize which helps to reduce isolation. A fee of $5.00 is charged at the door.
Our Elderly Persons Centre
This program promotes a healthy lifestyle for the clients and members in our community. We provide bus trips to concerts and other special locations like St. Jacobs, Niagara-on-the-Lake, noon hour concerts at Roy Thomson Hall, Canadian Opera Company noon hour concert, restaurant lunch trips, grocery weekly shopping outings and gentle fitness classes. Our monthly calendar is available here: http://www.storefronthumber.ca/calendar
We provide foot nail cutting by Doctor of Podiatry for a fee of $15.00 cash at the time of service. To arrange an appointment, please call the main office at 416-259-4207.
Grass Cutting and Snow Removal
This brokerage program links seniors and disabled clients with mature adults and/or service providers who provide grass cutting and snow shoveling services.
Home Making Service
Homeworkers are available to assist with light housekeeping duties. Such duties may include: tidying up main living areas (sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, mopping), washing dishes and countertop, cleaning sinks, bathtub and toilets, changing bedding, light meal preparation, light laundry and light shopping (4 bags max). Prior to service, a Care Coordinator will conduct an in-home assessment to plan and coordinate services to meet your needs.
Home Help Service
Personal support workers are available to assist clients with personal care and hygiene to promote living at home independently and safely. We have a compassionate team of dedicated Personal Support Workers who deliver care, respect and dignity to the clients and families that we serve. Prior to service a Care Coordinator will conduct an in-home assessment to plan and coordinate services to meet your needs.
Home Maintenance Service
This brokerage program is available to assist with home maintenance work. Available services include painting walls/cabinets, washing walls/cabinets, installation of air conditioners/smoke alarms, carpet cleaning, and other small repairs.
Care Coordination, Information and Referral Service
A Care Coordinator is your guide to accessing our services. They will ask you questions over the phone or in person to help determine how we can best help you. Should you require a service that Storefront Humber does not provide, the Care Coordinator will help link you to another community service that meets your needs.
Respite Care offers in-home, short-term relief for caregivers who are primary care providers to frail and/or disabled older adults who cannot be safely left alone, allowing them free time for other activities.
Supportive housing sites provide care to clients who require frequent visits throughout the day. Personal Support Workers are available to assist with personal care and hygiene, medication reminders, light meal preparation, light housekeeping and laundry. Prior to service a Care Coordinator will conduct an in-home assessment to plan and coordinate services to meet your needs. If you or your loved one requires housing and are interested in one of these buildings, please contact Toronto Housing Connections. https://www.housingconnections.ca/
Storefront Humber Inc provides transportation service within the South Etobicoke area. We provide rides to the shopping centre, as well as medical rides to your doctor's appointment. We also offer transportation to our foot clinic, congregate dining and lunch program.
Storefront Humber Inc. is a member of Toronto Ride. Launched in 1998, Toronto Ride is a collaborative partnership of fourteen not-for-profit, community support service agencies that provides door-to-door, assisted transportation to seniors 55+ and adults with disabilities who are not eligible for Wheel-Trans. Its transportation services help clients live independently by offering equitable access to health care, Adult Day Programs, and appointments and activities in the Toronto-area.
We like to provide opportunities for individuals to participate in many different ways here at Storefront Humber.
One way is being a Volunteer. Volunteering could be in our adult day program, dining, entertaining, transportation and many other areas.
To apply to be a Volunteer, please fill out the application form located here
Or please contact our main office at 416-259-4207.
1. Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP)
The Ontario Government is offering the new Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program, a government-funded dental care program. It provides free, routine dental services for low-income seniors who are 65 years of age or older. Seniors will be able to apply to the OSDCP through the online portal at ontario.ca/SeniorsDental or they can download and complete a hardcopy application form from the seniors dental website.
Who We Are
Storefront Humber Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization located in South Etobicoke. We developed out of the growing concern for residents living in the area who were without adequate support to remain independent in their own home. The agency started as a result of caring Humber College students and volunteers and has now flourished to a thriving agency of over 150 employees, providing services to over 2,300 clients.
Board of Directors
Chair of the Board
"The Purpose of Storefront Humber Inc. is to provide supportive care to seniors and adults with disabilities to help them attain the best quality of life possible in their homes and in the community."
"The Vision of Storefront Humber Inc. is to be recognized as an innovative leader in the provision of supportive services promoting a healthy and independent life in the community for seniors and adults with disabilities."
Storefront Humber Inc. has provided services now for 40 years in our community. During the past year the board of directors and staff worked on future development and direction of services and programs needed to support independent living and dignity in the community. Once again, Storefront Humber has gone through the Accreditation process with Accreditation Canada based in Ottawa. This recognition means that we meet national standards of quality for health services. We continue to advocate for additional funds as the growth in senior population increases the need for additional funding for extra services is required.
At present, Storefront Humber is a multi-service agency funded by:
Ministry of Health
Toronto Central LHIN
City of Toronto
New Horizons for Seniors
Our agency also receives donations and gifts-in-kind from the business sector, community organizations, and clients. These donations graciously help to enhance our services.
Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement
April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020
We are third year students in the University of New Brunswick-Humber College collaborative Bachelor of Nursing program. We developed a community project in collaboration with Storefront Humber Inc. to meet the needs of the Mimico community. Caregiver burden was identified as an issue in the community and as a result we created a brochure with a list of centralized resources for caregivers experiencing burden in the Mimico community. The brochure includes information regarding self-care, self referral, and available community resources in Mimico.
Caregiver Resources Brochure