Owned & operated by the LABDARA Foundation
Labdara Lithuanian Nursing Home shall:
- provide the highest quality care, encompassing the dignity, respect and rights of those in residence.
- plan and deliver care cooperatively with its staff, residents, family members, and government bodies.
- foster a living environment in which Lithuanian customs, traditions and language are preserved and encouraged.
- strive to provide a nurturing setting which meets the physical, mental, social, as well as the spiritual needs of its residents.
The long-term care home is located across from the Roman Catholic Parish of the Resurrection on the north side of Bloor St. W., between the Kipling and Islington subway stations. It has 54 single private rooms and 18 double occupancy basic rooms with shared washroom, that accommodate 36 residents for a total of 90 beds. Currently there are no respite, isolation or non-licensed bed rooms at Labdara. Labdara Lithuanian Nursing Home is the only Lithuanian Long-Term Care Home in Canada. It admitted its first resident on June 25, 2002.