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Chinese Caregiver Support Service  
http://www.yeehong.com/centre/caregiver_support.php
Increases knowledge of care management, community resources and health issues/diseases relevant to caregiving. Enhances the coping skills of cargivers. Provides opportunities for ongoing social and emotional support. (See Details)
Community Care East York  
http://www.ccey.org

Provides a continuum of supportive services for older adults, persons with disibilities and caregivers in East York which enhances their independence, good health and well-being.

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Canadian Caregiver Coalition  
http://www.ccc-ccan.ca
Forms a bilingual alliance composed of individuals, groups, and organizations coming together to influence policy, and to promote awareness and action to address the needs of caregivers of all ages across Canada. / Forme une alliance bilingue formée d'individus, de groupes et d'organismes afin d'influencer les politiques et de promouvoir la sensibilisation et l'action pour répondre aux besoins des aidantes et aidants naturels de tous âges, à travers le Canada. (See Details)
Etobicoke Caregivers Support Group
Provides support to caregivers who have attended caregiver workshops in Etibicoke, who have, are presently, or will be caring for a senior, who are actively seeking solutions to problems, and/or who need support.
Family Caregivers Network
Culturally integrates (English and Chinese) large group activities designed for members of the Network for sharing, learning and mutual support. Professionally facilitated.
Sharing the Caring
Provides information and resources concerning aging and caregiver stress in the form of group discussions, presentations, guest speakers and videos.
Taylor Place Community Services Dementia-Related Caregiver Support Groups
The Women's Self-Help Group provides an informal environment for information sharing and support to female caregivers connected to Taylor's Place Adult Day Program. The Men's Group provides support, education and practical help to male caregivers connected with the Taylor Place Alzheimer Day Program. The Widows Support Group provides support to senior women at any stage of their grieving process.
Family Caregivers Association of Nova Scotia  
http://www.caregiversns.org/
Forms an organization dedicated to providing information and practical supports to more than 85,000 caregivers across Nova Scotia. Offers support, publications, resource material, and more. (See Details)
Healthy Balance Research Program  
http://www.healthyb.dal.ca/
Works to: examine the relationship among unpaid caregiving work (performed on its own or in combination with paid work), empowerment and health status; foster "uptake" of new ideas and practices in policies; promote innovation in programs and health-service delivery that reflects new insights into the values and expectations brought to caregiving and paid work; and, strengthen research capacity in Atlantic Canada by recruiting and retaining health researchers. A collaboration between the Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Women's Health (ACEWH), Dalhousie University and the Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women (NSACSW). (See Details)