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General Reports

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Seniors Health and Wellness Initiative: Tenant Voices Improving Quality of Life

As part of the City of Toronto’s ongoing oversight of the Integrated Service Model, Health Commons Solutions Lab was funded by the City to lead a project to engage senior tenants living in Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation buildings about the services and supports these tenants need to promote health, wellness and aging in place.

Report Available Here

Language Barriers Among Older Adults Living in Toronto’s Social Housing

This report focuses on older adult tenants with limited English proficiency who live in Toronto’s social housing. The report describes their challenges and offers recommendations to housing providers on how to support these tenants to live with dignity and comfort in their homes.

Report Available Here

Principles and Methods for a Tenant Engagement System: Recommendations from the Senior Tenants Advisory Committee

On December 16, 2021 Toronto City Council directed the Deputy City Manager, Community and Social Services through The Tenants First initiative, to “engage with the Seniors Tenant Advisory Committee to provide advice and recommendations to the Board of Directors of the Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation on the principles and methods for a tenant engagement system.” This report is the Senior Tenants Advisory Committee’s (STAC’s) response to that motion.

Report Available Here

Leading & Learning with Pride: A Revitalized Tool Kit on Supporting 2SLGBTQI+ Seniors

Seniors Services and Long-Term Care (SSLTC) at the City of Toronto recognizes and celebrates the diversity and lived experiences of 2SLGBTQI+ seniors. With close collaboration from community members, service providers, advocates, and allies, SSLTC has released a revitalized 2SLGBTQI+ Tool Kit – Leading & Learning with Pride.

 This Tool Kit includes useful examples, insights, guidance, and resources to support providers throughout the care continuum to provide respectful, inclusive, and affirming care to 2SLGBTQI+ seniors.

To learn more about the Tool Kit, please click HERE or email

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Integrated Service Model 2021 Evaluation Report: Working with tenants to drive change

As part of the City of Toronto’s ongoing oversight of the Integrated Service Model (ISM), City of Toronto Seniors Services and Long-Term Care led an evaluation to understand how well the model was implemented in 2021 and to identify whether tenants are better off as a result. The evaluation draws on previous reports, input from over 200 tenants and staff, and key performance indicators to generate 12 actionable recommendations and 54 practical ideas for the Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation to improve the ISM.

Report Available Here