Davis Centre

Overview

The Davis Centre has been providing long-term care in the Caledon community for over 30 years.

Currently it is the only Region of Peel Long Term Care centre that offers respite care.

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Centre features

Indoors

The 64-bed Davis Centre is a one-storey building with high ceilings and spacious hallways and lounges.

Dining room
In 2005, the Davis Centre dining room was expanded and remodelled into a more modern and comfortable space for residents to gather for meals, celebrations and events.

Its high ceiling offers natural light, while its beautiful stone fireplaces make the room look and feel like a northern Ontario chalet.

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Outdoors

The Davis Centre garden area stretches throughout the back of the entire building. This enclosed space features a vegetable garden, a patio with a barbeque and quiet sections where residents can rest, bird-watch and spend time with family and friends.

History

The Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre opened its doors in September 1984. The home was named after Premier Bill Davis’ mother Vera, who was known for her commitment to helping her community. 

Helping Hands volunteer program

Established at the centre in 1984, the Helping Hands volunteer group offers friendship, companionship and assistance with many outings for Davis Centre residents and Adult Day Service participants.

Helping Hands volunteers also organize annual bazaars and bake sales. The funds raised at these events are used to further enhance programs for residents.

About Administrator Lennie Iskender

Liezle TrinidadLennie has been working in the Long Term Care Sector over 22 years both at the Region and in private homes. She has been with the Region of Peel since 2011 and held roles as a Consultant Dietitian at Tall Pines, Electronic Health Specialist on the PIE team and most recently Supervisor, PIE team.

Lennie attended Ryerson University where she graduated with a degree in Applied Science in Nutrition and a Minor Degree in Health Promotion. She completed her LTC administrator course in 2015 and recently completed the Advanced Leadership Certificate with the Rotman’s School of Business, U of T. She has also been taking on other leadership opportunities across the division to prepare herself for an administrator role

Lennie is very excited to be going back to working closely with residents, staff and families where she started her career.

Book a tour

Call 905.857.0975 to book a Davis Centre tour.

Revised: Wednesday December 16 2020

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