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Organization: West Park Healthcare Centre  
Phone Numbers: 416-243-3600 ; Intake 416-243-3632
Fax: 416-243-8947
Email: feedback@westpark.org
Website: www.westpark.org
Address:
82 Buttonwood Ave
Toronto, ON
M6M 2J5
Intersection: Jane St and Weston Rd
Location: Toronto (Mount Dennis)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms * braille elevator, lowered buttons * designated parking
Hours: Daily 24 hours * Visiting hours: Daily 11am-9pm
Executives: Anne-Marie Malek - President and Chief Executive Officer
Service Description: Complex continuing care * rehabilitation * long term care

Complex Continuing Care -- Inpatient accommodation for patients with complex or progressive illnesses or disabilities such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Lou Gherig's disease (ALS), paraplegia or dementia

Rehabilitation and Community Living -- Acquired Brain Injury adult day program and behaviour service * amputee rehabilitation * augmentative and alternative communication * home ventilator training * musculoskeletal rehabilitation * neurological rehabilitation * prosthetics and orthotics * respiratory rehabilitation * seniors in-home mental health assessment and consultation * spasticity management * tuberculosis treatment

West Park Rehab Plus -- massage therapy, chiropractic, chiropody, physiotherapy, psychology, occupational therapy, speech language pathology -- fees for some services

Long Term Care Centre -- see separate entry
 
Amputation Recovery - Provides services for individuals who have lost a limb adjust to their amputation and begin their recovery to achieve their full physical, psychological and social potential
 
Bones and Joints - Rehabilitation for individuals recovering from bone, muscle or joint injury or surgery * Service for those who have had joint replacements or severe trauma due to an accident
 
Gage Transition to Independent Living - Offers community setting for individuals with disabilities to learn and practice independent living skills * duration of six or maximum 12-month * clients provided with one bed room apartment * access to on-site attendant services 24h and health and life skill education 
 
Lungs and Breathing - Provide the tools that will help individuals with chronic lung diseases the ability to live independently in the community
 
Multiple Sclerosis and Other Complex Issues - Provides service for individuals with chronic illness or long term functional disability and who require a range of therapeutic and medical care * service for those with MS, ALS and other conditions requiring complex continuing care
 
Rehab Plus - On-site outpatient rehabilitation and wellness clinic * multiple services including acupuncture, chiropody, hydrotherapy, kinesiology, massage, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, etc
 
Seniors Services - Provides help for older individuals to improve their functional ability, maximize their level of independence and enhance their quality of life * integrates with Long-Term Care Centre on hospital campus
 
Stroke and Brain Function - Provides services for individuals with acquired brain injury and other neurological conditions with a goal of minimizing the impact of their ailment and maximizing the quality of life for them and their families * customized rehabilitation plans
 
Wellness & Therapy - On site outpatient rehabilitation and wellness clinic * provides treatments according to individual therapeutic needs * goal is to maintain and improve health and quality of life for people with complex and ongoing health problems

Services and Programs:
  • Assessment Centre
  • Geriatric Interprofessional Assessment Clinic
  • Pharmasave - Toronto - 82 Buttonwood Ave (West Park Pharmacy)

Fees: Varies by program
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Varies by program
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Toronto  
See Also: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Hospitals
Life Skills for People with Disabilities
Mental Health for Seniors
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

This information was last completely updated on July 17, 2018

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