The Village of Humber Heights is Etobicoke's unique continuum of care community for seniors. Our residences are modern and attractive, set on beautifully landscaped grounds, without the institutional feeling of nursing and retirement homes of the past. Halls are wide and well-lit and feature oak railings for your safety. Common areas and lounges are warm and welcoming with lots of windows. Residents, both singles and couples, can choose from cozy studios that emphasize care to generous one or two bedroom apartments that emphasize independence. Apartment and retirement suites offer private bathrooms and kitchenettes. All incorporate senior-friendly features like oversized showers, are well-equipped with sprinklers, fire, safety and emergency response systems, and are staffed by people fully trained in emergency procedures.
RETIREMENT LIVING Retirement living is available to those seeking the support they need in order to maintain their independence. Light assistance in such daily activities as dressing, bathing and medication reminders is available. This lifestyle option is designed for those seeking to enjoy an active, fulfilling life without worrying about household chores. Spacious studios and one bedroom suites are available and include linen laundry, meals, housekeeping and full access to all amenities and events on Main Street. Registered nursing staff on site 24 hours a day.
ASSISTED CARE Our Assisted Care Neighbourhood provides suites in a nurturing environment for those residents who have higher physical care needs. Comprehensive care with activities of daily living is provided around the clock by our well trained compassionate care staff.
MEMORY CARE Our Memory Care Neighbourhood is designed for those residents with memory loss. This program offers care and recreational programs specifically designed for those with Alzheimer's Disease and other related forms of dementia. This neighbourhood is a secure environment and our well trained compassionate care staff are specially trained to care for those with memory loss.