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September 19, 2013
Toronto's True Davidson Acres long-term care home to celebrate 40 years of service
Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly and Councillor Janet Davis (Ward 31 Beaches-East York) will join MPP Michael Prue (Beaches-East York) at a tea party at True Davidson Acres to celebrate the long-term care home's 40 years of providing care and services.

Date: Friday, September 20
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: True Davidson Acres, 200 Dawes Rd., Toronto

The home will also officially launch its Convalescent Care program, a short-stay rehabilitation program for people in need of care and support following surgery or injury. Through the program, residents will have access to a multi-disciplinary care team to help them recover so that they can return home. All of this care is provided in a home-like environment and is geared to the patient's needs and circumstances.

True Davidson is one of the City's 10 long-term care homes and is home to 187 residents.

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