We are a non-profit screening clinic, providing endoscopy
and colonoscopy screening procedures.
We are dedicated to improving access for patients requiring screening services.
We are a non-profit 10-bed residential hospice,
providing 24-hour comfort and care to adults
with life-limiting illness, and their families.
We are a non-profit ambulatory vision care centre,
providing surgical procedures, clinical vision care,
education and research. We are affiliated
with University of Toronto’s Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences.
We are a non-profit Eye Bank. We collect,
process and distribute donated human eyes
and tissue for sight-saving transplants.
We are a non-profit community care program,
providing on-sight and in-home services
for older adults and adults living with disabilities.
Our goal is to enhance social, intellectual and physical well-being.
We are a non-profit long-term care home with 350 residents.
We are a place where residents feel comfortable,
independent and part of our community.
We are a non-profit diagnostic imaging clinic providing
X-ray, Ultrasound, Mammography and Bone Mineral Density
testing services. We are dedicated to delivering the highest quality
imaging services to our patients in a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Music is a powerful tool. It can connect people, create relationships, support the dying process and supplement grief and bereavement work. Music therapy at the hospice has resulted in powerful memories and strong supports for those experiencing grief and loss. SarahRose is the founder and coordinator of the first music therapy programs at The Kensington Hospice and the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
"I may play an instrument or sing at a person's bedside; the live music can help relieve anxiety or assist in pain management. At other times, I play music with patients who often find that expressing themselves through music is more accessible than expressing themselves through words. Some patients do legacy work and life review projects using music to highlight meaningful moments in their lives, or songwriting to support creative self-expression, and creation of a living legacy."
Pets are an important part of our lives and members of our families. Your pet is welcome to visit you in your room between 9 am – 9 pm. Dougie the hospice dog is owned by Debbie Emmerson, our Director of Hospice Care, and is on staff every day at the hospice. He is a Havanese puppy, gentle and responsive, affectionate and intelligent. Dougie even has his own book, which helps generate funds for the hospice.