Wesburn Manor

Address: 400 The West Mall, , Etobicoke, M9C 5S1
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Phone: 416-394-3600
Fax: 416-394-3606
Email:
Website: www.toronto.ca/ltc/wesburn.htm
Predominant Culture:
Notes:
LHIN: Mississauga Halton
definition
Cost: $21.00 per day. Meals are included.
Transportation $5.00 round trip.
Subsidies available if eligible
Call 416-243-0127 x233 for details
Population Served: Persons who require assistance in daily living.
Persons whose cognitive impairment and/or functional limitations that isolate them from community activities.
Persons whose behaviour is not a threat to themselves or others.
Area Served: All Etobicoke and also from other areas.
Transportation services available only for residents of Etobicoke.
Additional Information: Program provided by Etobicoke Services for Seniors
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Last Updated: March 2009
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 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. Secure unit for individuals who wander and/or have complex behavioural problems - 32 beds.
Unit for individuals who do not wander - 32 beds.
Short term stay bed not in secure unit.
Safety features: Alarm on unit, alarm on outer door, cameras, key pads, Maglocks, Wanderguard bracelets. Secure outdoor wandering area.
Total beds: 192
Dementia beds: 32+
Predominant Culture: Multicultural.
Last Updated: March 2009
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. Secure unit for individuals who wander and/or have complex behavioural problems - 32 beds.
Unit for individuals who do not wander - 32 beds.
Short term stay bed not in secure unit.
Safety features: Alarm on unit, alarm on outer door, cameras, key pads, Maglocks, Wanderguard bracelets. Secure outdoor wandering area.
Total respite beds: 1
Predominant Culture: Multicultural.
Last Updated: March 2009
 

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