OCO in Your Community 

OCO’s team of Regional Leads bring information about caregiver supports to local communities and collect insights on caregiving needs within those communities. 

Regional Leads collaborate on caregiver support initiatives and deliver a range of presentations to caregivers and professional audiences.

Here’s how we work with community: 

Connect with your Regional Lead

Find your Regional Lead below and connect with them to: 

Connect with our Regional Leads

  • Northern Ontario

    Regional Lead: Hannah Albani 


    Phone: 416-362-CARE (2273) x1019 

    Toll free: 1-888-877-1626 x1019 

  • Western Ontario

    Regional Lead: Katie Muirhead 


    Phone: 416-362-CARE (2273) x1020 

    Toll free: 1-888-877-1626 x 1020 

  • Eastern Ontario & Francophone Communities

    Roxanne Dion-Boudreau


    Phone: 416-362-CARE (2273) x1037 

    Toll free: 1-888-877-1626 x 1037 

  • Central Ontario & Greater Toronto Area

    Regional Lead: Katie MacDonald 


    Phone: 416-362-CARE (2273) x1036 

    Toll free: 1-888-877-1626 x 1036 

  • General Inquiries

    Regional Engagement Manager: Katie Muirhead 


    Phone: 416-362-CARE (2273) x1020 

    Toll free: 1-888-877-1626 x 1020 

  • Our approach

    OCO partners with caregivers, health care providers and other organizations to build programs and services that caregivers say they need. 

  • Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access (IDEA) Statement

    The Ontario Caregiver Organization (OCO) values the inherent worth of every person and all our differences, including age, ancestry, disability, gender expression, gender identity, race, religion, and sexual orientation. 

  • Land acknowledgement

    The OCO carries out our work in many communities while acknowledging the Indigenous Peoples of all the lands that we are on.  

    This land is home to many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples and acknowledging reminds us that our great standard of living is directly related to the resources and friendship of Indigenous people. 


Take our quiz to get helpful resources based directly on your needs.

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Most of us, at some point in our lives, will be a caregiver to someone close to us. A caregiver provides physical and/or emotional support to a family member, partner, friend, or neighbour. Who do you care for?