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Long Term Care Homes, once more commonly known as “nursing homes,” are licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Shalom Village is also accredited with exemplary standing by Accreditation Canada and is an active member of the Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA).
Shalom Village welcomes residents of all faiths and provides nursing and personal care on a 24-hour basis. Registered nurses lead our care team and our staff doctor guides residents’ medical care. Our specially trained team helps those with cognitive impairments get the most out of life. Complex care, including gastric tubes, oxygen and IV are all available. Convalescent care is available for those recovering from surgery or other health conditions, to help them prepare for independent living in their own homes.
What makes Shalom Village different is our unique “AT HOME” approach to care. Our goal is to help people maintain their quality of life as they move home to Shalom. We provide opportunities for them to continue to participate in activities that have personal meaning and value. We believe that everyone should be able to live in a home where they are respected, can live with dignity, and can continue to be connected to their community.
Shalom Village operates within the context of Jewish values, although residents of all faiths are welcome. Appetizing kosher meals are served in pleasant dining rooms, including snacks between meals and at bedtime. Our chefs work with a registered dietician to accommodate special dietary needs as required.
Our Community Centre offers a wide variety of social and recreational programs. Everyone is encouraged to participate in activities suited to their individual interests. All residents have access to The Club Fitness Centre, the Snoezelen, and many other innovative entertainment and therapeutic opportunities. We are able to provide accessible transportation for outings. Activities such as Samuel’s, our fine dining Kosher restaurant, our Ladies Auxiliary Tea, and the Shalom Village Annual Walk/Run are among the many events that bring the larger community to Shalom Village, helping make it a more vital place to live, work and visit.
- An active Resident Council provides guidance on all aspects of our care and services
- All residents have access to the Shalom Village computer network, which provides Internet access
- Computers are available for resident use in our Internet chat room and in Bubbi Bessie’s Café
- Samuel’s provides an elegant Kosher dining experience for our residents and guests from the wider community
- Spiritual opportunities are provided to residents of all faiths, including regular Shabbat services in our Biet Knesset; we are fortunate to have a Rabbi on hand to offer comfort and guidance to residents, family members, and staff of all faiths
- Compassionate palliative care is provided at the end of life through the Lewis and Ruth Sherman Hospice Care Program; care teams work together to enable residents to pass their final days with dignity at Shalom
- Vicki’s Beauty Salon provides a full range of elegant hairstyling services for ladies and gentlemen
- At The Club Fitness Centre, residents can participate in a fitness program tailored to their individual needs and abilities
- Professional foot care, reflexology and massage therapy are available
- A guest room is available for overnight visitors
- We have beautiful, accessible gardens where residents can participate in gardening activities or just relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings
- Our Corner Store, staffed by volunteers, sells snacks and gifts
- Our MilliMobile provides accessible transportation for a wide variety of outings
- The Classic Theatre offers cinema and other presentations on a large projection screen in comfortable surroundings
- Bubbi Bessie’s Café is not just a great place for a light lunch or cup of coffee, it is the social hub of Shalom Village
- Harry’s Woodshop offers supervised woodworking and pottery programs for residents
In Ontario, all Long Term Care facilities charge the same rates. Rates are set by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Lower income residents may qualify for subsidized accommodation. We can help you determine eligibility and apply for subsidy benefits. Please contact our business office or speak to the Community Care Access Centre for more information about rates.
Click here to access the 2015 Rates.
How to Become a Part of the Shalom Village Family
Admission to long term care or convalescent care is by application to the Home and Community Care at 905-523-8600.
For more information, or to arrange a tour, please call 905-529-1613 ext. 391.