Markhaven Home for Seniors
As directed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care:
ALL NON-ESSENTIAL VISITS TO MARKHAVEN ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
AT THIS TIME, ONLY PEOPLE VISITING RESIDENTS WHO ARE VERY ILL OR REQUIRING END-OF-LIFE CARE ARE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE PREMISES.
UPON ARRIVAL YOU WILL BE ASKED FURTHER QUESTIONS TO DETERMINE IF YOU MAY PROCEED WITH YOUR VISIT.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS DURING THIS UNPRECEDENTED TIME
We would like to extend our thanks for the incredible community support we are receiving throughout this challenging time. The kind words, encouragement, and support we receive on a daily basis bring smiles to our faces as we stay focused and work hard on doing everything we can for our residents.
As we are non-profit, please consider donating to assist us with what is needed to provide the best care possible for our residents and staff at this time.
Please see our DONATION PAGE or click on the ‘DONATE ONLINE’ button above.
Some other ways to help include:
Individually wrapped store-bought snacks and drinks for our staff
Meals for our staff from a local restaurant, ie. sandwiches, wraps, cookies, etc.
PPE equipment donations – biggest need right now is masks
Please contact Laurie McClelland at email@example.com
Markhaven would like to thank the following organizations for their generous support:
The Frank Scarpitti Charitable Foundation
Markham District Energy
The Upside Foundation
Markhaven sends a heartfelt thank you to the following PPE donors:
Bob Saroya, M.P.
Councillor Amanda Collucci
Councillor Alan Ho
Councillor Karen Rea
Canadian Chinese Alliance
FAS Mission Ministry Ltd
Grace Wang & Ran Sun
Living Water North Assembly
Los Chicos Brasa Restaurant
The Dental Hauz
Chapel Ridge Funeral Home for their repeated, generous PPE donations as well as their ongoing support during this challenging time. Chapel Ridge was recently acknowledged by MPP Billy Pang in Ontario’s Legislature for their multiple donations to not only Markhaven, but to several other Long Term Care Homes, Seniors’ Residences, and Participation House. Thank you, Eric and Susanne Tappenden, we are very grateful!
Thank you to our generous food donors:
Councillor Karen Rea for her incredible support throughout this challenging time
Markham Village BIA for their generous support in providing meals through local restaurants
Markham Stouffville Hospital Emergency and Fishbone Restaurant for their wonderful day of meals for our staff and ongoing support
Erin Brazier & group for their generous food donations and support
Bethany Nolson & group for their generous food donations and day of meals
The Markham Lions Club for their generous food donations and long-time, ongoing support
Domino’s Pizza for their generous pizza deliveries for both day and evening shifts
Tamil Canadian Sports and Cultural Association for their generous meals for both day and evening shifts
Canadians Care Collective
Canadian Tire Corp.
The Duchess of Markham
East Badminton Club
The Neighbourhood Group
The Old Curiosity Tea Shop
REMAX Royal Properties
Sutton Realty Group
Take care, everyone, and stay safe!
.NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK 2020
THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS
This year marks Markhaven’s 60th anniversary. Throughout all of these 60 years, volunteers have been an integral part of our Home. Volunteers bring an added warmth to the day-to-day lives of our residents, with their smiles, compassion and good cheer. They give selflessly of their time and lend their skills on a daily basis, doing whatever they can to make each day a little brighter for our wonderful residents.
All of us at Markhaven would like to send out a warm thank you to our volunteers who make such a difference to our Home.
We feel blessed to have these incredible individuals on our team and thank them from the bottom of our hearts.
Markhaven Home for Seniors
Markhaven is a publicly funded and inspected Long Term Care nursing home in Markham, recognized for the high quality of care and loving environment it provides to seniors in our community. Our 96-bed long term care facility has been serving Markham and the surrounding area for more than 50 years; from our simple beginnings in a small home on Markham Main Street to our new senior housing facility at 54 Parkway Ave, we have come along way with the help of our community, volunteers and the dedication of our staff. As is stated in our Mission Statement, we strive to provide excellent service for residents of every culture in a supportive, caring Christian environment, and to maintain a high level of dignity and individuality. With your continued support we plan to be here for you and your families for many years to come. Please refer to Resident Applications for information about admission..
Markhaven and BPSO
Markhaven is proud to announce that we are taking part in the Long Term Care BPSO initiative. Our goal is to become a Best Practice Spotlight Organization over the next 3 years. This initiative focuses on making a positive impact on resident care through evidence-base practice.
Solar Panels at Markhaven
We are excited to announce that Markhaven has installed Solar Panels on our roof top. The panels will produce clean power to offset the electricity consumed in day-to-day operations. We would like to thank our residents and visitors for their patience and understanding during the installation phase.