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October 12, 2004
Media Advisory: Seven Oaks invites neighbours for blood pressure clinic, tour
  
Seven Oaks, a Toronto Home for the Aged, is opening its doors to the public.
The community is invited to take a tour of the home, attend a free blood
pressure clinic and gather information on such things as: how to apply for
long-term care, what specialized services Seven Oaks offers its residents and
possible volunteer opportunities.

Date: Thursday, October 14
Time: 2 - 7 p.m.
Location: Seven Oaks Home for the Aged
9 Neilson Rd. (at Ellesmere Rd.), Scarborough
(Free parking available at Shoniker Lot, behind Seven Oaks)

Seven Oaks provides a wide variety of services that respect, support and enable
residents to maintain their dignity, independence and quality of life. Staff
from such areas as nursing, medical care, food and nutrition, administration,
building services, staff education and programs and services (rehabilitation,
spiritual and religious care, complementary care and music and art therapy)
work together with residents, family members and friends in a team approach to
quality care. As well, a team of dedicated volunteers contributes its
compassion and its talent, and help maintain vital connections with the
community.

Events like this open house and blood pressure clinic allow Seven Oaks to make
important community connections even stronger, and to send the message that
"We're proud to be your neighbour."

Media contact:
Sally Wilbur, Assistant Administrator, Seven Oaks Home for the Aged,
416-392-3503



 

 

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