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Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre opened in 2004 to provide exceptional 24-hour care for individuals in a residential setting.
As people age, illness, frailty or disability may make it impossible for them to live independently. Sometimes 24-hour nursing and personal care are required. Long-term care may be the best option.
We help people maintain their mental and physical well-being so that they have the best possible quality of life.
Our nursing and personal care staff provides support for residents in all activities of daily living, as they need it. Our goal is to help individuals live as independently and as safely as possible. With that in mind, our care also includes physiotherapy and other therapeutic programs. Recreational programs provide individuals with opportunities to stay active and socialize.
We provide outstanding care through a health care team that includes nurses, health care aides, activity and therapy staff, a social worker and dietary specialists.
Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre is operated by Extendicare (Canada) Inc., under a contract with UHN.
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Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre is located at 150 Dunn Avenue in Toronto.
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To report a complaint on a long-term care home, please use the Ministry of Long-Term Care's LTC Action Line: 1 866 434 0144 (Toll-Free).
Please note, as a long-term care facility, Lakeside has a separate visiting policy from UHN.
Phone: 416 533 2828 Fax: 416 533 1984
Mikkel De Leon, Executive DirectorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Atala Katel, Director of Care
Evonci Camilus, IPAC Manager
Please contact the Toronto LHIN at 416 506 9888 to find out how to apply.
You are welcome to tour our centre if you are considering it for yourself or for a family member. Please call us at 416 533 2828 to arrange a tour.
Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre combines the advantages of a modern facility with a design that emphasizes warmth, comfort and intimacy. We provide a safe and homelike, 24-hour care centre for 128 residents. In our centre, we offer: