Malton Village, one of our newest long-term care centres, opened its doors for residents in 2004.
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Malton Village is a new generation long-term care centre featuring large rooms and hallways, recreational rooms and spas.
Malton Village residents have individual maple and glass memory boxes located outside their bedrooms. We encourage residents to display their memorable items such as photographs and souvenirs in the box.
Malton Village features six home areas, each with its own comfortable and secure dining and recreational space. There’s also plenty of room for personal mementos in the spacious bedrooms.
Enclosed gardens and courtyards
Each resident home area at Malton Village has an attractive view of an enclosed garden. Home areas on the ground floor have a solarium with direct access to the courtyard, while residents living on the second and third floors are able to relax on a spacious outdoor terrace.
Malton Village’s two beautiful courtyards — Periwinkle and Marigold — are completely enclosed and offer a safe and secure environment where residents can spend time relaxing or enjoy horticultural activities in the summer.
The name “Malton Village” reflects the long history of the area.
Malton began as a small farming community and was part of the Township of Toronto Gore until the Toronto airport was built.
Richard Halliday, a blacksmith and the area’s first innkeeper, named the area Malton after his birthplace in Yorkshire, England. Victory Aircraft Company was established in Malton during the war, and Victory Village was a subdivision built for company workers and their families.
Dwayne joined the Region of Peel as Administrator at Tall Pines Long Term Care Centre in 2018. Dwayne started his career in long-term care as a Recreation and Leisure Supervisor and has held various leadership roles including as Executive Director at care communities in Richmond Hill and Scarborough. He was also a member of the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) Long-Term Care Dementia Strategy and Senior Healthcare Network working groups. Dwayne is a Certified Health Executive (CHE) and a member with the Canadian College of Health Leaders, holds a BA from the University of Victoria in Health and Community Services with a focus on Public Health and Social Policy, Executive Certificate with the University of Toronto – Rotman School of Management in Community Health Leadership and a Masters of Arts in Leadership (Health Specialization) from Royal Roads University.
Call 905.791.1179 to book a tour of Malton Village.