Compassionate care for a fuller life

Nisbet Lodge is a charitable, not-for-profit organization providing long-term care to just over 100 seniors.

We offer residents accommodation and care that fulfills the needs of today’s seniors, in a Christian environment. Valuing the total individual, we care for the physical, recreational, emotional and spiritual needs of those entrusted to us.

Our commitment is to provide compassionate care for a fuller life.

Sized for quality and comfort

The Lodge is a well-respected and established multi-story facility, offering private, semi-private and two-person basic accommodations. With 103 beds, we are large enough to provide a wide range of programs, services and activities, while creating a warm, friendly and home-like atmosphere.

You can find us at Pape and Danforth in the city’s east end, conveniently located across from the Pape TTC subway station.

Making Nisbet Lodge a home

All residents of the facility are encouraged to bring some of their favourite personal belongings — a favourite chair, some photos or a painting, a chest of drawers — whatever safely fits that can help make Nisbet Lodge their home.

Meanwhile, food menus, activities and services are designed to support as many personal choices for each resident as possible.

Most important, our staff know each resident by name and are familiar with their habits and preferences. If you overhear a conversation, you’ll be struck by the balance of professionalism and friendly knowledge that makes Nisbet Lodge a welcoming and high-quality home.

CARF Accredited

Nisbet Lodge is accredited by CARF International, an independent, non-profit accreditor of health and human services. Certification is a sign to the world that an organization meets high standards in their sector. The accreditation is recognized widely including with government and organizations like the Community Care Access Centre.

Funding for Nisbet Lodge is provided in part by the Toronto Central Local Health Improvement Network (LIHN) and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Views expressed on this web site do not necessarily reflect those of the Toronto Central LHIN or of the Government of Ontario.