Brochures and Publications
The following brochures and publications provide important information about Central CCAC services, including several useful resources for patients and caregivers.
Central CCAC provides care and services to patients returning home after a hospital stay. We also help people of all ages explore and choose from a wide range of health and social services, so they can live independently at home for as long as possible.
About Us -English
About Us – French
About Us – Chinese
About Us – Italian
About Us – Polish
About Us – Portuguese
About Us - Punjabi
About Us – Russian
About Us – Spanish
About Us - Ukranian
Adult Day Programs
Adult day programs offer social, recreational and therapeutic activities for people experiencing memory loss, communication disorders, social isolation and those with physical disabilities.
View Adult Day Program brochure
Assisted Living is a health service for seniors with complex care needs. Assisted Living Services are provided to eligible seniors who live in a supportive housing building or in their own homes within a specific geographic boundary.
Assisted Living - English
Assisted Living – Chinese
Assisted Living – Farsi
Assisted Living – Italian
Assisted Living - Russian
Child and Family Services
The Child and Family Services Program is a specialized program which provides service coordination, professional and personal support health services to children, youth and their families to assist with short or long-term disabilities.
View Child and Family Brochure
Mental Health and Addiction Nursing
Central Community Care Access Centre's (CCAC's) Mental Health and Addictions Nurses provide specialized, professional support to students with mental health or substance abuse issues.
View Mental Health and Addiction Nurses brochure
Central CCAC Community Clinics
Nursing care to help you get better faster.
View Community Clinics brochure
Centralhealthline.ca is a fast, easy way to research thousands of health and community services available in your neighbourhood and across Ontario.
View Centralhealthline.ca brochure
The Convalescent Care Program provides 24-hour care to people who require specific medical and therapeutic services in a supportive environment.
View Convalescent Care brochure
Substitute Decision Maker
Information on substitute decision making for long-term care
Substitute Decision Maker - English
Substitute Decision Maker – Chinese
Substitute Decision Maker – Italian
Substitute Decision Maker - Portuguese
Substitute Decision Maker - Russian
Subsitute Decision Maker - Spanish
Substitute Decision Maker - Tamil
A resource to help you understand your care optionsin the community, including long-term care homes.
View Long-Term Care brochure
Medical Equipment on Loan
Central Community Care Access Centre's (CCAC's) medical equipment loan program makes certain medical equipment available to you for a limited period of time to help with your care.
Medical Equipment on Loan - English
Medical Equipment on Loan - French
Medical Equipment on Loan - Chinese
Medical Equipment on Loan - Italian
Medical Equipment on Loan - Russian
Information for patient and families on hand hygiene
View Hand Hygiene brochure
Telehomecare is a program that provides people with conditions such as chronic heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, with weekly health coaching and daily monitoring of vital signs in their own homes.
View Telehomecare brochure for Patients
View Telehomecare brochure for Caregivers
Your Healthcare Be Involved
Information about how you can be involved in your health care and how you can communicate with your health care team.
Your Healthcare Be Involved brochure - English
Your Healthcare Be Involved - Other languages