OBJECTIVE:      Transportation for older adults and adults with disabilities

 to essential services is vital to remain healthy and independent at home.


  • Provide transportation services to essential health service appointments.
  •  Coordinate all trips through the Community Support Services Coordinator and/or delegate
  •  Inform Coordinator/delegate of your up to date availability
  •  Call the client the day before the appointment to confirm pick up details.
  • Be punctual and dependable in picking up the client at the scheduled time
  •  Maintain confidentiality regarding client information
  •  Ensure regular vehicle maintenance to ensure safety of clients – seat belts must be available and worn at all times
  • Assist the client in and out of the car as needed
  • Support the client to get into their appointment as needed.
  • Record mileage for the purpose of reimbursement.
  • Immediately report incidences, accidents or concerns to the                                coordinator / delegate


  •  Access to a vehicle that is roadworthy, reliable and suitable for client’s needs
  • Valid driver’s license, and a safe driving record
  •  Proof of $2 million liability insurance, and current vehicle registration
  • Reliable and patient.
  •   Good listening and communication skills in English. Fluency in any other language(s) is an  asset
  •   No health conditions that may impair ability to drive safely (vision, hearing, perception,  reflexes, certain medications, etc.)
  •   Demonstrate sensitivity towards needs of some older adults and adults with disabilities, such as mobility impairment and/or mental health.
  •   Proof that driver has advised his/her personal auto insurer of the use of his/her vehicle on behalf of SEOCHC.
  • Provide annual updates on vehicle insurance policy and registration 
  • Attend driver training as offered 
  • Ensure up to date personal information is kept on file 
  • Orientation to agency guidelines and compliance with program and procedures  

LOCATION:   Drives are within the city of Ottawa.

TIME COMMITMENT:    Typically, the time requirement is once a week, for two or three hours as required. Schedule is flexible. Anytime between 8 am-4 pm

 Must be a resident of Ottawa, Ontario Canada



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Le Centre de santé communautaire du sud-est d'Ottawa (CSSEOC) est un organisme communautaire à but non lucratif qui offre une gamme de services multidisciplinaires pour aborder les déterminants sociaux de la santé.


Information de contact

1355, rue Bank
Bureau 600
Ottawa (Ont.)
K1H 8K7
3320, Paul Anka Drie
Ottawa (Ont.)
K1V 0J9


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