Leisureworld Caregiving Centre Norfinch is located near Finch Avenue and Highway 400. This Toronto long-term care home opened its doors in December 2003. Situated close to shopping centers and restaurants it has great access to highway 400/401/407 and the public transit system. Conveniently close are the Humber River Regional Hospital-Finch and a Holiday Inn for out of town visitors. Accommodation choice for the 160 residents who call Leisureworld Norfinch home is either private or shared. A variety of recreation and lifestyle programs means there’s always something going on. Residents enjoy access to the internet at computer stations, monthly birthday parties, regular outings, Christian and Jewish services, and celebrations of diverse spiritual and cultural events to name a few. Residents and visitors can participate in whatever interests them. Two unique offerings are the Diner’s Club, where the restaurant is brought to the home, and the in-house “large print” library club program.
TEL: (416) 623-1120
22 Norfinch Drive
North York, ON M3N 1X1
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."
Cheryl Gould wrote...
"Your facility is certainly one of the best in the world. The kindness of your nursing staff, caregivers, volunteers, reception and office staff has been the best. I can't thank you enough for all you did for us."
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."