Brampton on the Move

An important announcement about the Brampton and Evelyn’s Place Day Programs - lasted updated 03/01/23.

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Dear Clients, Care Partners and Community Partners of the Alzheimer Society Peel (ASP)

We wanted to share an update with you regarding the Brampton and Evelyn’s Place Day Programs (BRAM/EPDP). After several site visits, proposals, and disappointments, we are very excited to share that BRAM/EPDP has a new home. On March 1, 2023, we will be handed the keys to 7560 Airport Road, unit 6-11.

Renovations will be required and we will be utilizing the creativity of the BRAM/EPDP staff to help us model the new space. We have been in contact with some architects. The next step will be designing the space, creating the drawings, and submitting building permits. We hope to start the renovations as soon as possible. At this time we are unable to provide exact dates for reopening after our closure on April 30th, 2023. However all affected clients have been contacted to determine alternative care options in the interim.

We will be keeping you updated as things progress. Please continue to visit our website for timely updates.

If you are on the waitlist or considering one of the Brampton location programs, Brampton Adult Day Program, or Evelyn's Place Day Program, and would like to explore your day program options in Brampton, please reach out to your assigned Home and Community Care Coordinator, or your assigned ASP Counsellor or Care Navigator, or ASP’s Service Access team at 905-278-3667 x307 or email

If you have any other non-service related questions, please reach out to Johan Chen, Regional Manager of Dementia Strategy, or Karen Phair, Chief Client Officer, and they will be happy to answer your question or direct you to the most appropriate person to help you.

Thank you.

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