Complex Continuing Care is a higher level of care than what is provided by Long-Term Care Centres and other nursing facilities. Generally, residents require 24-hour nursing care and access to complex medical and diagnostic services not offered elsewhere. Residents may have physical, cognitive or behavioural conditions that limit their ability to live independently in the community.
Adults with severe functional disabilities and multiple or progressive medical problems.
May have limited awareness of surroundings or mild dementia but no mental health, behavioural difficulties or wandering tendencies that would impede the care process.
Primary catchment area:
Steeles Ave to Lake Ontario, Scarborough/Pickering Town Line to the Western Border which runs north along Yonge St from the Lakeshore to the Summerhill CPR tracks, veering east along the tracks to Victoria Park Ave and north along Victoria Park to Steeles Ave
Complex continuing care
Tamil, Chinese, Indian
Call Admitting – 416-285-3666 for details
Complex Continuing Care Program includes: Complex Care Service, Palliative Care Service, Transitional Care Service and Pre-Rehab Service.
Interprofessional team includes nurses, physicians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech language pathologist, therapeutic recreationists, social workers, dietician, chaplain, pharmacist, clinical ethicist, and other clinicial support workers.
Patient and family are engaged in identifying goals, care planning and ongoing review of functional progress and discharge.
Attention is given to identify and address caregiver support needs.