Parkridge Centre Special Care Home
Parkridge Centre provides special care for people ranging from age 6 to 95 years of age. Since their opening in 1987, they have been considered one of the finest examples of barrier free-living for the physically challenged.
Parkridge is a long-term care facility situated on the west side of the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where more than 200 people currently reside. Parkridge Centre is proud to be home to people from across the province as we faithfully and compassionately provide a high level of care for people ranging from age 6 to 95 years of age.
- Within each of the six resident units there are communities providing specific approaches to long-term care.
- Short-stay programs include the Geriatric Re-Enablement Unit, Emergency Respite, and Planned Respite.
- Parkridge Centre is home to a Community Day Program where clients living in the community come to access support services that help them remain in the community.
Parkridge Centre was designed with quality of life for the residents and their families as its highest priority. Throughout Parkridge there are designated areas for visiting, quiet time and play time for visiting children, each working in harmony to ensure that residents feel happy, safe and know they have choices along life’s path.
The community is made up of six neighbourhoods all located off of the main atrium. Each area is designed to meet the wide-ranging medical conditions and diverse physical and psychological abilities of our residents.
- Each neighbourhood has their own group of neighbours.
- Core to each neighbourhood is a dining area, living room area, activity space, and the communication centre.
- Community Meal Service provides meals served in a home setting to residents in each of the neighbourhoods.
Location and Contact Information
110 Gropper Crescent,
Saskatoon SK S7M 5N9
Phone: (306) 655-3800