North York Seniors Centre (NYSC) provides a broad spectrum of programs and services connecting older adults to their community and assisting them to live safely and independently in their own homes.
Our dedicated and compassionate staff and volunteer teams work tirelessly to meet our clients’ needs. We do this through innovative, high-quality programming and services that promote an active and healthy lifestyle to our clients and their families.
Please browse our programs and services pages to learn more about how you or your loved one can age actively, remain healthy, and live safely at home.
Learn about NYSC after a year of working with its doors closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic HERE
North York Seniors Centre promotes healthy aging by providing programs and services within our diverse community.
A world where older adults live their best lives.
Compassion: We serve others with empathy, respect and dignity.
Inclusiveness: We welcome all people and appreciate their differences.
Quality: We deliver excellent, person-centred programs and services.
guide our commitment
North York Seniors Centre (NYSC) has served seniors and adults with disabilities in the community for over 45 years. And we will continue to provide our quality programs and services to the people who need us for years to come.
|A group of seniors ask Mayor Mel Lastman for a meeting place so they can socialize and enjoy recreation. They are granted a storefront in Cummer Plaza. Their meeting place is later relocated to Empress Walk.
|NYSC becomes a United Way Member Agency
|NYSC moves to 21 Hendon Avenue
|NYSC partners with the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) to deliver Adult Day Program at Seneca Village
|Community Support Service begins delivering in-home respite care
|Community Support Services and Adult Day Services expand and move to 80 Sheppard Avenue
|Adult Day Services expands by enhancing services and increasing program space
|Recreational and social programs expand in the Active Living Centre at 21 Hendon Avenue
|Funding is received to develop an Elder Abuse Awareness program
|Senior Care receives funding through the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) to provide an Assisted Living Program in two buildings: 5430 Yonge Street and 35 Park Home Avenue
|Our Board of Directors was nominated for the Maytree Diversity in Governance Award
|Earned 3 year accreditation through CARF Canada
|Expand into Vaughan to provide in-home services at Hesperus Fellowship Village
NYSC is proud of the deep roots we built in our community.Through the years and as our organization continues to grow, we remain committed to evolving so we can meet the changing needs of our clients.
Community Partners & Donors
The principle of helping others rings true throughout life and perhaps more so when it pertains to support for seniors. North York Seniors Centre is grateful for the support and assistance received by the many organizations, associations and individuals that help us deliver our programs and meet our mission.
We believe in working collaboratively with community agencies to bring the best service and programs available to our clients, members and volunteers.
Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.