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Leisureworld Caregiving Centre Cheltenham is a well- established home located on Bathurst Street in the heart of Toronto’s Jewish community. This long-term care home’s close proximity to shops, restaurants, and TTC offers convenience to residents and families alike. The 170 residents who call it home have the option of choosing either private or shared accommodation. Leisureworld Cheltenham opened in 1966 and because of its years of service this home has developed a deep connection to the community. The variety of programming reflects the interests and backgrounds of the residents. Many of the staff have worked at the home for decades and this longevity has been key to creating a true sense of family and connection. Leisureworld Cheltenham is also well-known for its care programs which include Skin and Wound Care, Palliative Care, Rehabilitation Care and Physiotherapy programs.

TEL: (416) 223-4050
5935 Bathurst Street
Toronto, ON M2R 1Y8


Leona Willoughby wrote...
"We want to express our thanks for the wonderful care our dear Mom received during the almost 2 years she was a resident at Leisureworld. We appreciated the friendly atmosphere from the front office staff, housekeeping, maintenance, dietary and activity staff. We were in to visit almost daily and always found everyone so helpful and upbeat. We especially want to commend the nursing staff. Their care for Mom was wonderful and without exception, each of them treated her with love and respect. What a team you have!!!"
Sheila Mulligan wrote...
"I would like to thank each and everyone who made Mom's stay at Leisureworld as comfortable as possible. To all the nurses that sang with her on a regular basis and were patient on her trying days - To June in Activities for the tea parties and Sunday services which Mom always enjoyed ... The care and compassion shown at Leisureworld will always be remembered."
Eileen McGeean wrote...
"I'd like to extend a heartfelt thank you for taking care of Dad during this phase of his life ... the transition to the later stages of his dementia was very hard on him and without the help of your network of caregivers, we would never have made it through this. You all do important work that must often be challenging, even frustrating, but you are part of a very special network that is a godsend to families who are giving care to a family member in the end stage of life."