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Home Adaptation and Maintenance Program 

Adapting and maintain your home – to fit your needs

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Overview

The Home Adaptation and Maintenance Program is based out of the CHATS’ Rural Office in Bradford, Ontario, and has helped over 2,100 clients in Northern York Region and South Simcoe age safely in their own homes.

The Home Adaptation and Maintenance Program includes a comprehensive FREE Home Safety Assessment - where recommendations are made to help improve the quality of life for older adults who wish to maintain their independent living arrangements.

Program Eligibility

This program is available to older adults aged 55 and up who live in Bradford West Gwillimbury, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, Newmarket, and New Tecumseth only. Younger clients may be admitted to the program on a case-by-case basis.

Home Adaptations:

  • Bathtub cut-outs

  • Grab bars

  • Handrails

  • Raised toilets and bathroom support equipment 

  • Improved lighting, and more

Home Maintenance Services:

For a full list of program inclusions and exclusions, please download our Home Adaptations and Maintenance Program PDF.

*Subsidy for program services is available and subject to assessment

If you would like to join our program, please call: 1-866-677-9048 ext. 6227 or email gmccredie@chats.on.ca.


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For more information, contact us today at 1-877-452-4287, or email us at seniorshelp@chats.on.ca

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