About Inglewood

Inglewood is a 230 Bed licensed care facility located on the beautiful North Shore. Inglewood is a vibrant community, and all our professionals endeavors to provide Resident Centered Care in a home like setting, with a goal to maintaining the highest quality of life.

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THE MANOR

The Manor is the building at the far north end of the Inglewood complex. There are three floors, connected by elevators for Residents’ use (often with the assistance of staff). Our Manor serves those Residents who are assessed as needing Intermediate Care 3 (IC3) level of support. This means that they are physically ambulatory, although may require a cane or walker to help them get around. Residents in the Manor generally have a moderate cognitive impairment and as such, more staff are available in the Manor to provide redirection. The Manor is also a semi-secure unit with our beautiful enclosed “Friendship Garden”, perfect for meaningful wandering and visits with family in the sunshine.

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THE LODGE

This central building serves as the main entrance to the entire Inglewood Care Centre complex. The Lodge has two floors connected by elevator and stairs (the latter for visitors and staff). There are 86 Residents in the Lodge. These residents need Intermediate Care 3 (IC3) level of support. This means that they are physically ambulatory, although may require a cane or walker to help them get around. These individuals are cognitively intact to minimally impaired. Lodge Residents require minimal assistance with personal care and are able to request care appropriately.

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LOWER TERRACE

When you first turn into Inglewood Care Centre from Inglewood Avenue, the first building you see is the Terrace. The Lower Terrace is the ground floor of this two story section at the south end of the property. It is the newest part of the Inglewood complex, built in 1994. The Lower Terrace (main floor) serves 43 Residents at the Extended Care level; this area is also called “Extended Care Unit (ECU)”. Lower Terrace Residents require consistent physical assistance for all mobility and activities of daily living (dressing, bathing, personal hygiene, etc) and mechanical lifts as well as ceiling lifts are used for transfers. Residents may be cognitively intact or have a more pronounced cognitive impairment. Staffing levels are higher in this area to accommodate the higher physical needs of Residents.

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UPPER TERRACE

The Upper Terrace is the top floor of the two-storey Terraces (directly above the ground level Lower Terrace). This building is the closest to the main car entry from Inglewood Avenue. The Upper Terrace our “Sensitive Care Unit” has 50 Residents who have severe cognitive impairments. They may need Intermediate Care or Extended Care. In Sensitive Care, staff are specially trained in dementia care and can provide a sensitive approach towards dementia and the behaviours associated with the condition, such as wandering, exit seeking, calling out, anxiety and so on.

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