St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Centre is made up of two seniors' residences connected to a community centre. Home to over 500 seniors, the residences take the shape of an apartment complex of market rental; rent-geared-to-income units, and a life equity concept condominium. Our mission is to provide accomodation with supportive services that assist residents in maintaining independent living. Recreational programs and community support services are available for residents.
Our Centre building is a 298-unit rental building, seven stories high with a number of recreational facilities. We also have a rooftop patio and garden for residents to enjoy. Residents can socialize or assist in the planting and care of the gardens on the decks. Residents also have exclusive access to our Supportive Housing services whenever they are in need of a helping hand.
St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Centre offers 258 subsidized rental apartment units to seniors with low to moderate income. Residents may apply for subsidy from Housing Connections while they are waiting for an available unit. The Rent Geared to Income program (RGI) is administrated by the City of Toronto. Eligibility for assistance is established through the Housing Connections Program. You can visit their website or call 416-981-6111 for more information.
St Paul’s Terrace is a 91-unit Life Equity concept (Life-Lease) apartment building designed for individuals over the age of 55. A Life Equity project allows a senior to purchase the right to live in a suite for as long as they wish and benefit by any appreciation in value of the suite, much like they would in their own home or condominium, but without a deed or title. A Life Equity suite is meant to be both a lifelong residence and a financial investment. The Terrace provides security, access to quality health care services, recreation programs, and peace of mind, alleviating the day-to-day worries of home maintenance.
For more information about the Life-Equity concept, please visit the website of Life Lease Associates of Canada.
Each resident is given a remote, personal response pendant, tied into the computerized quality assurance system. Emergencies are responded to by two trained staff. The staff carry wireless communication devices so that they can immediately take the right action for the situation, for example; calling for an ambulance, relaying medical information and staying with the resident until help arrives.
Security check volunteers knock on residents' doors daily at an agreed time to make sure the resident is safe at home. Residents place a "Security check" card outside on their doorknobs before going to bed and are required to remove it in the morning. Security check volunteers will then check to see if the card is removed, thereby monitoring the resident's safety.
For more information about St. Paul's, please call 416-493-3333 or e-mail us at email@example.com