221 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario M1S 4P4, Canada
Retirement communities are about choice. They are designed for seniors who want to live a somewhat independent lifestyle but who may need minimal to moderate support with their daily living activities.
Our Not-for-Profit Seniors’ Residence, is committed to providing a dignified quality of life for Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian seniors, where each resident has their own individual room.
You will find a safe, comfortable environment that is your home, not a facility. You can choose how much to do for yourself, how much to have done for you, how to spend your time and with whom to spend it.
Spacious Grounds And Gardens
The grounds include six gardens, a covered patio, park benches, and parking for 80 vehicles.
Renovated in 2016, the dining room offers tables for two or four residents. Primarily used by the Retirement Home residents, apartment tenants may purchase a meal plan or individual meals. The Chef provides three meals a day, and snacks at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
The Great Hall is one of two common areas where residents can meet to socialize or watch TV or movies on the large 75” TV. Concerts are performed in the Great Hall every month.
The second common area is attached to the Dining Room and is used primarily for daytime snacks, special event meals, Bingo, and large meetings. It is available for renting.
Configured as a bar, the Lounge provides an intimate setting for small gatherings or for watching sporting events on the 43” TV. This room is also available for renting.
Chapel of Sts. Cosmas and Damian
This beautiful chapel provides residents with the opportunity for personal reflection and prayer. Ukrainian Catholic services are held twice a week.
Card-Operated Laundry Services
There are laundry facilities throughout the building. Each apartment floor has one washer and dryer, and there are an additional three washers and dryers within the building. Retirement Home residents have their laundry done by a dedicated laundry service within the building.
The library holds many English, Ukrainian and Chinese books. Residents can relax and read in comfort.
A hairdresser visits the residence twice a week, providing hair care services in our on-site salon.
Foot Care Nurse
A foot care nurse visits the residence every week to take care of the Retirement Home residents. Apartment tenants may book a home visit, at their own cost.
A volunteer-run Tuck Shop operates from the Lounge. Open twice a week, the Tuck Shop sells personal hygiene products, laundry cleaning products, cards, dry foods and candy.
Buduchnist Credit Union (BCU)
The BCU operates a branch from the building, open every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
TTC bus service is available immediately in front of the premises.
Grocery Stores and Restaurants
There are three restaurants and a Food Basics grocery store within 1.5 kms of the residence.
Scarborough Town Centre is a seven-minute TTC ride away.