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Adult 55+ Accessing Programs

Accessing Programs

Whether you need help accessing a program or service, or help with shoveling your snow, below you will find great resources to help assist you in finding what you are looking for.


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Home Accessibility for Individuals with Vison Loss

Making your home more accessible to vison loss can make a world of difference. Please find some great articles outlining some wonderful tips on making your home more accessible. 


Caledon Community Services, Transportation

Caledon Community Services (CCS) is pleased to meet the transportation needs of Caledon's seniors, and residents with short or long term disabilities by providing friendly, reliable, door-to-door service 7 days a week.

If you or a family member require transportation please call 905-584-2300 and speak with Holly (ext 218), Gwen (ext 264), or Fay (ext 204).  

For more information please visit: Caledon Community Services (CCS)

TransHelp PeelTransHelp - Peel

The Region of Peel provides accessible transportation for residents with a disability who experience a barrier to using conventional transportation some or all of the time.

TransHelp and our regional transportation partners are aiming to reach 100% accessibility by 2025, across a fully integrated transit network.

Visit the TransHelp webpage for more information.

Accessibility Business BrochureAccessibility Makes Good Business

More than 90% of businesses in Caledon are small businesses. For people with disabilities, accessing these businesses can be challenging because they simply cannot gain entrance.

To find out more on how you can make your business accessible please check out the Accessibility Brochure provided by Caledon's Accessibility Advisory Committee.



Accessibility AwardAccessibility Award - Town of Caledon

The Accessibility Award for Businesses in Caledon was established by the Accessibility Advisory Committee, with the support of Council.

Beginning in 2018, the Award is presented once a year to an organization or business in Caledon that has shown a concerted effort to improve accessibility.

For More information: Accessibility Award 


Have you ever had trouble finding a washroom
and really need to go? GoHere Washroom Access

There are many more individuals who benefit from increased washroom accessibility. These include individuals with various conditions that cause incontinence issues, such as certain neurological disorders and forms of cancer. Seniors, pregnant women and young children are groups who also benefit from the GoHere program. 

The GoHere Program is trying to help with their Washroom access APP.

GoHere Washroom Access