Medical and Social Geriatric Out-Patient Programs
Provided by: Providence Place
Enables people at risk of institutionalization to continue living in their own homes by providing assistance and support to the clients and their primary caregivers.
The Medical Program (known as the Maguire Centre Medical Program) provides assessment, treatment and rehabilitation to the clients to enable them to reach and maintain their maximum level of independence. An individualized plan of care is developed that may include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, aquatherapy, social work services, personal hygiene care, speech therapy, nutritional therapy and education, socialization and entertainment, meals and snacks, exercise, and conditioning.
The Social Program (known as the Maguire Centre Social Program) serves those who benefit from social and recreational opportunities, people who are cognitively impaired and their at-home caregivers who need respite and support.
Medical program: individuals with chronic illness or disability, or to those requiring shorter term rehabilitation.
Social program: those who benefit from social and recreational opportunities, people who are cognitively impaired, and their at-home caregivers who need respite and support.
Medical Program clients are referred by their physician, followed by an assessment. Referrals to the Maguire Centre Social Program may be self-initiated or by family members, physicians, or other health care workers.
100 2nd Avenue Northeast
Moose Jaw SK S6H 1B8
- Clinical Nutrition Service
- Geriatric Assessment and Rehabilitation Unit
- Long Term Care
- Medical and Social Geriatric Out-Patient Programs
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