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CHIRS

Community Head Injury Resource Services

Adult Day Services

Adult Day Services:

Cooking Club


The CHIRS cooking club participants create and enjoy a meal together. Participants have the opportunity to learn kitchen safety and learn food preparation skills as they follow a recipe in a social setting. The Monday group prepares dinner together, and the Friday group prepares lunch. Menus for both groups are prepared in collaboration with participants, and are usually three course meals so that everyone has the opportunity to participate in the creation of at least one course. A skills assessment for kitchen/ cooking skills is required prior to joining.

When: Mondays, 3:30pm - 6:30pm / Fridays, 10am - 1pm
Where: CHIRS Head Office, Yonge & Finch
Classification: Registration Required, Eating, CHIRS Facility, Creative Arts, Cooking, Central, Skills Building

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Ontario Local Health Integration Network
Funding for CHIRS is provided, in part, by the
Central and Central East Local Health Integration Networks and the Government of Ontario
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