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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


Carol Dietrich wrote...
"What a wonderful initiative you have undertaken! A huge thank you! My Mother was thrilled to receive the engraved silver picture frame as a Leisureworld Centenarian. Wow! It is beautiful! It is a keepsake that will be treasured. We also appreciated very much the certificates from the Queen, Prime Minister, Governor General and Premier recognizing her 101st birthday. I wish you will have seen the smile on her face when she saw greetings from the Queen. We think it is wonderful to honor the Centenarian’s at the Leisureworld’s Caring Centres. Keep up the good work!"
Shirley, Bruce, and Joan wrote...
"To the staff at Leisureworld, We would like to thank you all for the care and attention given to our mother Clara while she was at Leisureworld. It meant a lot to us knowing she was in good hands." Thank you again for all your help.
R. Althea Archibald wrote...
"I have to say that the level of care at Leisureworld - Ellesmere is second to none. It appears as though you have selected each and every member of your TEAM, in every facet of responsibility, with extreme care. The residents are all treated with respect, sensitivity, love and kindness one cannot help but notice. It doesn't matter what time of day or evening I visit my Dad, the same caring atmosphere continues to exist."