independence and enhancing
quality of life
Seniors and adults with disabilities who are physically, mentally, and socially engaged stay healthier and live independently longer.
At DayBreak we strive to build an inclusive, welcoming and supportive community of care for older adults, people with disability and their family caregivers, who wish to stay at home in their community while aging.
Quality of life, dignity and the right for self-determination are in the heart of our work with our clients and community! We ensure a broader access to quality care through Case Management, Information & Assistance Warm Line, Senior Injury Prevention, Medication Safety, Nutrition, Family Caregiver Support, Respite Care, Scholarship and the development of new models of care.
Daybreak's Information & Assistance Warm Line
Our Information & Assistance Warm Line is here to assist you with any question about community resources for you or the person you care for.
Let's connect! We're just a phone call away!
You can also chat with our team through the chat box on the website,
or email us with questions using the link below: