9113 - 144 Avenue
McConnell Places provide secure supportive living (SLD4) in small, home-like settings. Designed specifically for people with mid-stage dementia, these two care homes allow residents to live as independently as possible with round the clock care.
Individuals are encouraged to participate in familiar activities such as gardening, housekeeping and baking.
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Alberta Health Services - Community Care Access is the first point of contact for all CapitalCare centres and programs. Please call 780.496.1300.
Fifteen years before the incidence of Alzheimer's disease would reach what is now seen as epidemic proportions, CapitalCare - the largest public long-term care provider in Canada - opened a care centre that would help lead others towards developing new models of caring for people with Alzheimer's. Read More
McConnell Places provide ideal supportive living for people with dementia
Fort Saskatchewan resident Scott Day travels to Edmonton every day to visit his wife of 63 years, who has Alzheimer’s. He said he knows of seven people who have had to move to Sherwood Park or Edmonton to have the level of care someone with dementia needs. Read More.