The Toronto Star
Oct. 2, 2005
Scarborough nursing home caters to Armenian residents

Seven Oaks nursing home at Military Trail and Ellesmere Rd. in Scarborough
opened in 1989 and serves 250 residents. Its website lists the following
facts:
A number of beds are designated for residents of Armenian heritage, and
volunteers from the Armenian community are active in the home.
Seven Oaks offers a day centre, providing a structured program for about 20
seniors a day living independently in the community.
Services including nursing, medicine, food and nutrition, and staff
education programs that run from spiritual and religious care to music and
art therapy.
An on-site child care centre offers opportunities for intergenerational
programming between children and residents.
Volunteers form a core part of life at the home, leading social activities,
working in the gift shop, and taking part in other activities.
Seven Oaks works with organizations in the surrounding community, including
the Rouge Valley Health System Centenary Site, the Scarborough Community
Care Access Centre and West Hill Support Services.
Source: http://www.Toronto.ca/homesfortheaged/sevenoaks.htm