26 Beech Avenue, Bowmanville, Ontario L1C 3A2
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Tax Clinic

Tax Clinic (CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

BOAA Volunteer Tax Clinic Open to all individuals with an income of $30,000 or less and couples with incomes less than $40,000. Please bring a copy of your previous year’s return along with all receipts, T Forms and Notice of Assessment for the previous year.

For more information please contact Staff at 905-697-2856 or email administration@bowmanvilleolderadults.com

Laughs and Locks by Teresa - RELOCATION

Laughs and Locks by Teresa RELOCATION

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Nursing Foot Care Services

Nursing Foot Care Services – Sole Renewal Footcare

(COMING SOON)

We are happy to announce that BOAA Foot Care is provided by Natalie Doucet & Amber Marlow at the Bowmanville Older Adult Association every Monday & Wednesday.

Registered Practical Nurse with training in Basic, Advanced, and Diabetic Foot Care

Proper foot care is an integral part of leading a healthy and happy lifestyle. If you are unsure of how to care for your feet, I am happy to assist you with your foot care needs. Many times, we don’t realize that even a small corn, callus, thick toenail, etc. can cause such discomfort that it can interfere with our everyday lives. In many cases these common foot problems can be treated by a nursing foot care professional. So, don’t let foot problems keep you from doing the things that you enjoy! Be good to your feet and they will be good to you!

Diabetic Foot Care-$40
Advanced Foot Care-$40

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PLEASE CONTACT the Front Desk Volunteers to book your appointment at 905-697-2856
Available Mondays & Wednesdays By Appointment

 

Reflexology with Sharon Benner

Reflexology & Indian Head Massage with Sharon Benner, REGISTERED REFLEXOLOGIST

(CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Reflexology is a non-invasive therapy and is generally safe for everyone. That being said, your reflexology therapist will conduct a thorough health consult to determine the best protocol for you. Reflexology does not treat, cure, diagnose or prescribe. It is a natural modality that aids the body by working pressure points on the feet and hands that correspond to all parts of the body. It helps to aid the body to balance itself naturally. Both hand and foot treatments are performed in a chair and each treatment starts with a brief medical history. Contact the front desk to book your appointment. Some benefit companies cover Reflexology – please check with your plan administrator for details.

Indian Head Massage is a traditional Ayurvedic technique that has been practiced in India for thousands of years. Indian Head Massage is a holistic massage applied to the upper back, shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp and face while in a seated position. The treatment also involves balancing the top 3 chakras or energy centres to help balance and revitalize the body’s flow of energy. Some of the benefits include: improved circulation, relief of anxiety and depression symptoms, it can also provide a deep or meditative state of relaxation.
*Receipts will be issued.

Every Friday by appointment:
30 minute Reflexology Treatment –
$25 members / $30 non-members
1 hour Reflexology Treatment –
$45 members / $50 non-members

30 minute Massage Treatment

$30 members / $40 non-members

 

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Clarington Photography Club

Clarington Photography Club

(CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Meetings held bi-monthly at the Bowmanville Older Adult Association. Sharing, individual feedback and emphasis are the main goals of the club. For further information visit http://claringtonphotoclub.ca/

$30 BOAA members / $35 non-members / Drop-in free to regular club meetings for CPC non-members $5.00

 

 

Esthetician Services with Mary


MANICURES & PEDICURES by Mary, Holistic Esthetician.

(CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)


Contact Mary for more details: 289-404-8391

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In these extraordinary times, we are committed to continuing to provide exceptional older adult programming, services and events to our members safely. We are an organization that’s always done things a little differently… although it might not be what was always done, we are thrilled to announce
our reopening plan for our gradual re-opening starting in the Fall of 2020. Our organization is implementing important new measures to safeguard our members, staff and volunteers in order to make participating at the BOAA enjoyable.

REOPENING THE FACILITY
Like many businesses and organizations, we’ve had to work incredibly fast with extreme flexibility to respond to the impacts of COVID-19 and to reflect ongoing government mandates. In response, on Monday September 14 th we will be safely reopening the doors to the BOAA with LIMITED ACCESS
available for members and guests. Pre-registration for indoor and outdoor programs and events is required.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRIOR TO ENTRY:
1. Stay home if you are sick
2. A signed admission checklist that includes a temperature check will be required
3. Masks are required at all times within the building
4. All participants must remain six feet apart when possible
5. Please wash your hands frequently
6. Maximum 50 persons inside the building (we will be starting with much less)
7. Please use hand sanitizer frequently
8. Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth
ADDITIONAL SAFETY MEASURES:
1. Updated Office Hours – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
2. Our team will be following social distancing protocols and our floors will have distancing guidelines
3. Our team will still be smiling (as always) but they’ll be wearing masks
4. We are encouraging the use of tap & chip debit or credit cards at this time
5. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building

We will continue to monitor the situation, doing our best to make the right decisions for our members, our team and our community. What is important for all to remember is that this will only be possible if we are COVID FREE and able to meet all Federal, Provincial, Regional & Municipal guidelines. Updates should always be expected and all planning is tentative.

We are honoured to be a part of your lives and look forward to our gradual reopening. Please follow us on our Facebook page to stay informed:  https://facebook.com/BowmanvilleOA 

If you require immediate assistance, please contact our emergency line 905-242-5585 or execdirector@bowmanvilleolderadults.com

Stay Informed & Stay Safe.🙏🙏

– Team BOAA

📞 905-697-2856