Infection, Prevention & Control (IPAC) measures are in place at City-operated Long-Term Care Homes to safeguard residents, visitors, and staff members.
The Ministry requires all caregivers and visitors to provide some general information when visiting residents in long-term care homes.

All City-operated long-term care homes provide 24-hour resident-focused care and service including nursing and personal care, behavioural support programs, medical services, recreational programming, dietetics and food services, laundry, social work, spiritual and religious care, housekeeping, maintenance, trust and administrative services. Diverse and inclusive care and services, community outreach and extensive volunteer programs are available in every home.

To apply for placement in any long-term care home, please contact Home and Community Care Support Services.¬†As you prepare for the transition into long-term care, there are supportive resources available, including this video series from Family Councils Ontario – Helping Residents’ Families with Their Emotional Journey.

Locations

View a map of the City's 10 long-term care home locations.

CareTO

CareTO is a made-in Toronto, flexible and person-centred approach to long-term care.

Quality Care & Services

Learn more about the quality care and services the City provides as a leader in excellence and groundbreaking services for healthy aging.

Welcome to Long-Term Care

Information to guide you around some of the important procedures we have in place to benefit and support, all who live, work and visit.

Inclusive Care for 2SLGBTQI+ Seniors

Find out more about the City's commitment to improved care, services and quality of life for 2SLGBTQI+ residents.

Visitor Log

The Ministry requires all caregivers and visitors to provide some general information when visiting residents in long-term care homes.