Day Program Assistant

Be a part of our Adult Day Service team!

Work one-on-one and in small groups with older adults in a fun, engaging environment

Apply now!


The Adult Day Service provides social/recreational activities in an environment that is responsive to the needs of individuals who are cognitively impaired and/or frail, as well as offering relief to caregivers by caring for their loved one for a full day.

While volunteering at the Adult Day Service you will be asked to do various tasks throughout the day.    Examples may include assisting with lunch preparation and serving, socializing with clients and helping with arts and crafts projects.

If you have a specific skill such as playing a musical instrument or specializing in an activity that will benefit the program, we are happy to accommodate.  Please mention your skills and interests in the interview and why you would like to volunteer in this program.

Volunteers are not required to help with feeding, toileting, lifting or transferring of clients


  • Reliability and punctuality
  • Friendliness
  • Enjoy working in a team

Time Commitment

  • 10:00am to 3:00pm, on any day of the week (Mon-Fri)
  • Days and timings are very flexible and can be arranged based on your schedule


  • TTC tokens
  • Coffee, light snack
  • Meet new friends and network with our professional staff
  • Access to our Volunteer Training and Growth series

A minimum of 6 months, at least once per week

Join our team today!

How to apply
Answer to your other questions

Bloor Site
Tel: (416) 653-3535 Ext. 247

Weston Site
Tel: (416) 249-7946

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