Broadmead Care is a non-profit organization that provides housing, social and health services for vulnerable adult populations in Greater Victoria. We serve seniors, veterans and people with disabilities who require assistance to live their lives as fully and meaningfully as possible.

Exceptional Care. Exceptional People.

Every moment matters is the Broadmead Care motto that recognizes that every staff member and volunteer can make every interaction with residents and clients meaningful. It’s part of providing exceptional care by and for exceptional people.

Every moment matters

Partnering with other organizations makes Broadmead Care more independent, sustainable and resilient while helping us meet the goal of providing exceptional care. (RBC Day of Service)

Partners

Broadmead Care devotes time and resources to learn about and teach how to provide the best possible care and service to our residents and clients.

Learning

Broadmead Care works with individuals, corporations, foundations, service clubs and others to raise money for equipment, facilities and programs that enhance residents’ and clients’ lives and that are only partially or not covered by government funds.

Support

Broadmead Care continually strives to improve its high standards of care in ways that optimize both efficiency and service quality.

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Thank you to all our sponsors and golfers who made our 2014 Commissionaires/Broadmead Care Charity Golf tournament a success!  You raised $100,000  to support our veterans and seniors living at the Lodge at Broadmead!  

We look forward to seeing you  on the greens next May!  Proceeds from the tournament will purchase specialty low beds, specialty mattresses and bed accessories for the veterans and seniors at the Lodge at Broadmead.  Please support all our sponsors by going to our sponsor page.

 

THANK YOU VICTORIA FOUNDATION!

Nigel Program recreation therapist and Nigel House residents were featured on an episode of Vital Signs on CHEK NEWS regarding the Victoria Foundation's grant to the Live It Up program.  The program enables Nigel program residents to get out in the community more often in attendant wheelchairs (operated by staff or volunteers).  Click here to watch the Vital Signs video on CHEK NEWS..

 

 

 

Families and Friends

To find out what's happening this month at Broadmead Care, click on the link below to the Oak Room calendar.  Or, for an overview of our past year, please click on our annual report or read our Moments newsletter.JennSupp- Support  -

AUGUST 2014 OAK ROOM CALENDAR 

2013/2014 ANNUAL REPORT

April/May 2014 Newsletter
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Please read the latest issue of our Broadmead Care Moments Newsletter - Spring 2014!

 

 

 

 

NEWS

Broadmead Care is looking for a Director, Clinical Programs.  For more information about joining us on this dynamic and caring team, visit our job posting.

 

 

Vital People in the Times Colonist

Thanks to the Victoria Foundation, Nigel's Live it Up Program is giving its residents a chance to become more a part of the community via attendant wheelchairs, volunteer and staff support.  Read about it in  the July 27th issue of the Times Colonist’s Islander  Click here to read the page.

Broadmead Lodge resident Maury Hundleby was the centre of attention for the marching team from CFB Esquimalt.  Mr. Hundleby's experiences during WWII were shared with the Maritime Forces Pacific members when they came for a visit on July 4th.  See the whole story from CTV Vancouver Island.

Broadmead Care Society would like to welcome Greg Brophy, Dr. Judith Vestrup and Terry Swan to the Board of Directors. Greg, Judith and Terry will be joining current Board members Paul Morgan, Chair, Bob Cronin, Vice Chair, Chris Carter, Treasurer, Major General (retired) Wendy Clay, Daphne Goode, Commander (retired) Michael Morres, Rear Admiral (retired) Russell Moore, Bob Pearce and Sharlene Smith.

Thanks to IMAX Victoria for donating a private screening of  D-Day—Normandy 1944 to Broadmead Care.  Over $3000 was raised to support our WWII and Korea War veterans like 97 year old Earl Clark, who stormed the beaches on D-Day, was severely injured but came home alive to his family and friends…and is with us at the Lodge at Broadmead today.  For more about Earl Clark, read Sunday's Times Colonist.

 

 Fire safety standards at Broadmead Care are a top priority.  Thanks to Saanich News for doing a story about this and featuring our exceptional standards at Broadmead Care.  Read the story.