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Championed by a dedicated Leadership Team our Home provides exceptional care for seniors, employment opportunities, and meaningful volunteer placement.

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Long Term Care

Grove Park Home cares for 143 seniors on a campus of five units. The Home has an unsurpassed commitment to care.

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Retirement Living

Mulberry Lane offers 14 boutique style suites for independent seniors. Social calendars and an intimate dining room are featured.

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Adult Day Program

Senior Encounter offers social, educational and therapeutic recreational activities for seniors on a daily basis.

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Resident Events are a daily part of the Long Term Care Home. Special Events outside the Home also assist fundraising efforts.

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Support Us

Charitable and not for profit, the Home relies on family and community support for special projects and resident care needs.

Our outstanding services

Food And Nutrition

The Home offers 3 meals and several snack and beverage options throughout the day. For 143 residents, that means an impressive 260,000 services per year. Nutrition is specific to each resident and menus vary by season. Dining rooms are bright and spacious.

Programs & Activities

Programs staff offer monthly activity calendars for residents. Encouraged to attend these daily activities, programs offer social interaction, exercise, cognitive improvement, entertainment and more. Volunteers and families are welcome to attend and take part in daily activities.

Nursing Care

The Home offers 24/7 nursing care in a secure environment. A full complement of dedicated staff are involved in care, including an on-site physician, nurse practitioner, registered staff and personal support workers. Care conferences are offered annually or as required.


Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation are a vital part of therapies offered at the Home. Resident days are enriched when they are able to participate in the daily activities of living. Assessments and plans are directed upon admission and with changes in health.


The Palliative Care Team at Grove Park Home is gently led by staff and volunteers who offer kindness, support and understanding to families during a difficult time. Overnight visits are normal and care items are offered by the Palliative Care Team.


Grove Park Home has a Minister on staff who offers weekly Bible Study to residents. He serves as spiritual support to staff and families and officiates our semi-annual Celebration of Life. The Home also hosts local church representatives who provide weekly services in our chapel.

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We offer you the best

Don’t take our word for it

Here’s what people say about us

My mother, Lola, lives at Grove Park Home and the staff have become an extended family. We visit mom often, but when we can’t be there, we are comforted in the knowledge that she is safe and well cared for. Staff on my mom’s unit are terrific and I know they are given support and encouragement to provide care unique to my mom’s needs. Grove Park Home is a special place staffed with caring people. Our community is stronger because of the work they do every day. Brian Moosang


Our community partners

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Keep up to date on the latest news

Check out our recent news

Retirement Suites located within Grove Park Home are now available. Starting at $2,670 per month. • Meals, laundry, housekeeping and activities included • Access to in-house hair salon and café • Free reserved parking • Immediate occupancy available • Please contact Kelly McKinnon at 705-792-7396 or kmckinnon@groveparkhome.on.ca to arrange a tour.

We all know champions. In our families, in our jobs and in the community there are those among us who are champions of their cause, whatever that might be. Some champion hunger, poverty or homelessness agencies. Others champion children’s causes or illness campaigns and fundraisers. And some act as champions for those in their care. […]

It’s a tradition. Every year, for as long as we can remember, the residents have hosted a craft sale of sorts to kick off the Christmas Season. For the last few years we have changed things up a bit and have hosted this festive event on a Thursday afternoon/evening. A unique approach and one that […]

From the initial proposal to designation ceremony the 3 years Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) designation has finally been achieved and Grove Park is the first LTC Home in LHIN 12 (North Simcoe Muskoka) to receive this achievement. First launched in 2003, the goal of the BPSO program is to partner with the Registered Nurses […]

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