Eatonville Care Centre is a privately operated long-term care facility in the Etobicoke neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Rykka Care Centre’s Eatonville Care Centre personnel delivers hands-on and executive care services tailored to each client. The team understands that personal care is a delicate matter, which is why the expert carers provide these services with sensitivity, discretion, and understanding.
Furthermore, the team employs custom-designed care plans to deliver respectful, efficient, and effective personal care services that promote autonomy and appreciate cultural diversity. Personal care services include:
- Nurse care is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Occupational therapy (OT)
- Restorative nursing treatment
- Diagnostic imaging and laboratory services, including pharmacy
- Services for infection prevention
- Social workers may help with financial management, counselling, and advocacy.
- Daily housekeeping and laundry services are available on-site.
Council Representation (Resident and Family Councils)
- The Resident Advisory Council
The Eatonville Care Centre resident council represents all residents without prejudice. It meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 3:00 p.m., where locals may express their concerns, socialise, and keep track of any changes that may affect them badly or positively. Residents’ councils can be found on the website of the Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils.
- The Council of Families
The family council is a self-led and well-organized gathering where relatives and friends address issues concerning the placement of their loved ones in a care facility. It offers interactive assistance, educational activities, advocacy, and a venue for offering feedback to the care centre in collaboration with the social services coordinator. This council meets on the third Thursday of each month at 1:00 p.m. The Ontario Family Councils Program website has further information about family councils.