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Extendicare Columbia Forest on CTV Kitchener

CTV Kitchener featured a recent celebration at Extendicare Columbia Forest filled with holiday cheer! continue

Three ways residents’ councils help provide support in long-term care homes

Elouise Cunningham is the president of Extendicare Hillcrest’s Residents’ Council, in Alberta. She says residents’ councils help give residents an even stronger voice in their long-term care homes. continue

Extendicare Leduc residents attract local coverage for cultivating kindness

A group of residents at Extendicare Leduc in Alberta have been featured in their local newspaper for spreading kindness. continue

Celebrating Pride in long-term care | Supporting LGBTQ2+ communities all year long

Amy, a social worker from one of our Greater Toronto Area (GTA) homes, recently spoke with us about what it means to be a strong advocate for inclusion and diversity (all year long) in her community. continue

June is Seniors’ Month | 104 year old Extendicare London resident Vera gives back to her Extendicare family

Each Seniors’ Month, we celebrate those who have built our communities, shaped our families and who continue to share their wisdom with those around them. continue

Strengthening quality of care | Nurses across our Ontario long-term care homes receive specialized skin and wound care training

We're happy to announce that 22 nurses at our Ontario long-term care homes have graduated from a specialized training program for skin and wound care, ostomy, and continence management, expanding our advanced practice capacity in this critical area of seniors’ health care. continue

Our residents & families say it best view all

This home is like my home. We are well looked after. The friendly, hard-working and hospitable Extendicare team keeps me on my toes. I enjoy socializing in the friendly areas, dining with friends and family, gardening and going out shopping. I love to be busy. I am comfortable here.

We knew from the first day there was something good going on here. Starting with the team of people that welcomed dad into Extendicare and with the care they took to get to know him, his past, his likes and his family, this indeed meant a lot. It was a great comfort.