4470 McCrae Avenue 
(Castledowns Rd. & 152 Ave)        
Edmonton, Alberta T5E 6M8
780.442.5700
780.442.5711
   

Last updated April 16, 2021 at 4:45pm

Currently, one staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. The staff member was not at work during the infectious period and no other staff or residents are affected.

Indoor visitation is limited to Designated Support Persons (DSPs) at this time. However, until most Albertans are protected by the COVID-19 vaccine, and to help limit the number of people in our centre, DSPs are asked to evaluate their need to be physically present onsite in order to support their loved one.

If you decide to come to the centre, all DSPs must:

  • continue to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), including eye protection and masks, at all times;
  • refrain from eating or drinking with their loved ones in all neighbourhoods.

Indoor social visits are not permitted under Alberta’s current restrictions. Outdoor social visits, as well as virtual and window visits can be scheduled using the online booking system.

Laundry pick up and drop off services continue at the front reception. Please come to the centre between 10 am and 6pm to drop off items.

We accept deliveries for residents on all neighbourhoods. Coffee and snacks for residents are also welcome.

For more information or general questions please email us at info@capitalcare.net


Located in northwest Edmonton, the Dianne and Irving Kipnes Centre for Veterans has 120 long-term care beds and provides an environment that supports choice, autonomy and, where possible, independence. Veterans (male and female) currently have priority. 

In addition to general long-term care, Kipnes Centre for Veterans offers the following specialized programs:

Dementia Care, Secure:

  • For residents with dementia or other form of cognitive impairment who would be at risk of becoming lost if they left the building unaccompanied.

Adult Day Support Program

  • Support for individuals (veterans and non-veterans, male and female) with physical, emotional and/or social limitations who are age 55+ and reside in the community.
  • Provides respite for family caregivers while participants attend program.
  • Programming includes recreational activities, exercise, meals and snacks, family and client education and support, spiritual care and reminders to take prescribed medications.

For More Information

*Assessment by Alberta Health Services is required before admission to this centre. For more information call 780.496.1300 or click here.