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Long-term Care nurses giving more now then ever

Our care teams are on the front line every day, supporting each other, our residents, and their families. For many of them, this is more than just a job. They do this because they take pride in helping our community and in being there for our residents.

Meet Chanel, the health care panda lifting spirits

At Kensington, Chanel is a conversation-starter, giving Diann’s teammates a moment of levity during the tough battle on the frontline with COVID-19.

A Special Delivery on Mother’s Day

Early on Mother’s Day, the Kensington team, armed with buckets of roses and chocolates, delivered gifts to residents at Kensington Gardens.

Harbord Village gives shout out to Kensington’s front line

On Saturday, April 25th, the Harbord Village Residents’ Association – a group made up of neighbours in the Kensington area – rallied dozens of people and marched down the street to Kensington Gardens.

Kensington Health’s Chapel becomes command central for Covid-19 Response and Testing

Understanding the tremendous challenges in long term care, redeployed physicians and staff from Women's College Hospital have stepped in to help Kensington swab and test every resident.

Neighbour helping neighbour in the Kensington community

Carmen’s Independent City Market, located in the Kensington community at 301 College Street is helping Kensington Health in a very meaningful way. Every Friday beginning April 3rd and over the coming weeks, Carmen’s City Market will be donating a fresh and delicious meal for all staff to enjoy --- their way of giving a big shout-out to hard working caregivers.

Recreation therapy

We sat down with Second Mile Club Program Coordinators to learn more.

A love of a lifetime

Love is in the air at Kensington Health, and lovebirds Woody and Jeannie — both residents at Kensington Gardens — share the story of their 50 years of love and life together.

The Singing Harpist

Dianne Parke-Jones joined us at the annual tree trimming event at Kensington Gardens.

Looking back at my time at Kensington

This December, after a long and rewarding career that includes 18 years at Kensington, Debbie Emmerson is retiring.

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