Our Programs and Services
Guelph Independent Living is proud to offer a variety of programs and services to support adults with physical disabilities and the elderly. Please use the menu to above to navigate the many services we offer or download the complete booklet of services.
Funding for Guelph Independent Living’s programs and services comes from grants, donations, and in kind services provided by the:
Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (WWLHIN)
United Way of Guelph and Wellington
County of Wellington
If you have a physical disability and require personal support services, the Attendant Outreach and Assisted Living programs can assist you to remain independent in your own home depending on your level of service need.
Guelph Independent Living provides home-based supports to frail seniors to help them to maintain their independence in the community and to improve their quality of life.
Homemaking for Seniors
The Home Help program matches eligible applicants with homemakers to assist with routine household activities to improve quality of life.
Recreation & Inclusion
Guelph Independent Living strives to provide inclusion opportunities and remove barriers. Every year the organization provides social and recreational opportunities to its clients.
Willow Place is a family oriented building offering large, spacious one and two bedroom suites, including 23 (twenty-three) units modified for tenants with mobility challenges.
Guelph Independent Living is committed to, and working towards ensuring that all programs and services are accessible to everyone. Policies and programs are designed to respect the dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity for all members of our community.