Kipling Acres

Address: 2233 Kipling Ave, , Etobicoke, M9W 4L3
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Phone: 416-392-2300
Fax: 416-392-3360
Email:
Website: www.toronto.ca/ltc/kiplingacres.htm
Predominant Culture: Multicultural, LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transexual Queer) Friendly
Notes:
LHIN: Central West
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Cost: Meals and snacks are included.
Subsidies available.
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Population Served: Persons living in the community who are physically frail, socially isolated, or who have a cognitive impairment or dementia.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information: Adult Day Program operated by Toronto Homes for the Aged.
Special diets can be provided.
Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Hair stylist available - fees apply.
Last Updated: December 2012
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Cost: Rates at Long-Term Care Facilities
Who is eligible: A person must be 18 years of age or older;
possess a valid Ontario Health Card;
have health care needs that cannot be met with any combination of caregiving or community-based services in the home;
have health care needs that can be met in a long-term care facility.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information:
Application: Applications must originate in the CCAC where the individual (applicant) resides.
Individuals (applicants) may choose Long Term Care facilities from outside their own CCAC area.
How to apply: Contact your local Community Care Access Centre.
Unit description: Dementia specific unit/floor. Special care secure unit for individuals who wander and/or have complex behavioural problems.
Will be moving into first phase of new facilities as of September 2013
Safety features: Key pads, Maglocks, Wanderguard bracelets. Secure outdoor wandering area - two courtyards, both enclosed. Includes a controlled smoking area for residents who can smoke independently outdoors (a minimum of 9m from entrances).
Total beds: 262
192 as of September 2013
Dementia beds: 24
Predominant Culture: Multicultural and LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transsexual Queer) Friendly
Last Updated: December 2012
definition
Cost: Rates at Long-Term Care Facilities
Who is eligible: A person must be 18 years of age or older;
possess a valid Ontario Health Card;
have health care needs that cannot be met with any combination of caregiving or community-based services in the home;
have health care needs that can be met in a long-term care facility.
Area Served: Open catchment area
Additional Information:
Application: Applications must originate in the CCAC where the individual (applicant) resides.
Individuals (applicants) may choose Short Stay Beds from outside their own CCAC area.
How to apply: Contact your local Community Care Access Centre.
Unit description: Dementia specific unit/floor. Special care secure unit for individuals who wander and/or have complex behavioural problems.
Will be moving into first phase of new facilities as of September 2013
Safety features: Key pads, Maglocks, Wanderguard bracelets. Secure outdoor wandering area - two courtyards, both enclosed. Includes a controlled smoking area for residents who can smoke independently outdoors (a minimum of 9m from entrances).
Total respite beds: 2 on alert floor
Predominant Culture: Multicultural and LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transsexual Queer) Friendly
Last Updated: December 2012
 

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