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
The Dewasha Family wrote...
"Since I have been coming as a visitor almost everyday to see my mother, I can honestly say that everyone is so caring of the residents and that you run such a clean facility for the patients and staff. I have seen the extra care given to those who don't have regular visitors and the comforts they deserve. It takes very special people like your staff to give this kind of care."
Robert Landry wrote...
"My family wishes to extend to you and all your staff our profound gratitude and thanks for the compassionate, dedicated and kind care provided to our Mother during her time at your Centre. Our Mom was especially fond of Kim and Jonathon who were so genuinely dedicated to her comfort. My sisters and I always experienced friendly and cheerful cooperation from your staff. On a percentage, your folks' caregiving is excellent and stands at 110% plus! We will never forget any of you. You should all be complimented for operating a true “care giving” facility."
Karen Kennedy wrote...
"I was in Brantford at the beginning of April to visit my family ... It was particularly hard for me to leave (my relative) when it was time to return to Lethbridge; however, I left knowing that he was being well cared for. I have nothing but praise for all of your staff for the caring, respect and dignity which was shown to the residents. I saw patience shown for family members and the residents. Every day I went to the kitchen for a coffee for my Dad and me, and even while busy preparing meals, the staff were always cheerfully accommodating. I know that some Long Term Care facilities have issues that need correcting related to the treatment of patients but I only saw kindness and tenderness at Leisureworld."