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September 29, 2006
Toronto Homes for the Aged invites neighbours to say hello
  
On Sunday, October 1, in celebration of the International Day of Older Persons, each of Toronto’s 10 homes for the aged will take part in “Open Doors,” a province-wide celebration to educate seniors and families about options for long-term care and retirement living. Hundreds of locations across Ontario are opening their doors to the community.

Visitors will see first-hand what living in a Toronto home for the aged is really like. They will be able to talk to residents and meet the committed staff members who make it their mission to provide the very best of care and services. Activities will include displays, refreshments, special presentations and tours of the homes.

Date: Sunday, October 1
Time: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Locations:
Bendale Acres, 2920 Lawrence Ave. E.
Carefree Lodge, 306 Finch Ave. E.
Castleview Wychwood Towers, 351 Christie St.
Cummer Lodge, 205 Cummer Ave.
Fudger House, 439 Sherbourne St.
Kipling Acres, 2233 Kipling Ave.
Lakeshore Lodge, 3197 Lakeshore Blvd. W.
Seven Oaks, 9 Neilson Rd.
True Davidson Acres, 200 Dawes Rd.
Wesburn Manor, 400 The West Mall

Toronto Homes for the Aged is committed to providing care and services that respect, support and enable every resident to have the highest level of independence and quality of life. Connections with our neighbours and the surrounding community play a major part in making this vision a reality for over 2,600 residents who call our homes home.

For more information about Toronto Homes for the Aged, visit http://www.toronto.ca/homesfortheaged.


Media contact:
Rosemary Bennett, Manager, Communication, Toronto Social Development, Finance & Administration, 416-392-8386


 

 

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