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.

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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.

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

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BROADMEAD CARE BETTER AT HOME PROGRAM NOW ACCEPTING CLIENTS

Seniors living in Saanich and the Saanich Peninsula may be eligible to apply for Broadmead Care's new Better at Home program. Funded by the provincial government through the United Way of the Lower Mainland, this program provides light housekeeping, transportation and volunteer services for seniors. The purpose of the program is to help seniors remain in their own homes. For information, please contact Kelly Sprackett at 250-658-0311.

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

 

Friends and Family Newsletter, June, July, August 2015

2014/2015 ANNUAL REPORT

July 2015 Oak Room Calendar

Veterans Health Centre - Morning Program Calendar - July 2015
Veterans Health Centre - Morning Program Calendar - August 2015

Veterans Health Centre - Afternoon Program Calendar -- July 2015
Veterans Health Centre - Afternoon Program Calendar - August 2015

Veterans Health Centre - Newsletter - July
Veterans Health Centre - Newsletter - August

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Please read the latest issue of our Moments Newsletter. Spring 2015.

 

 

 

 

NEWS

RUDI HOENSON ANNOUNCES $200,000 MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE FOR THE OVERHEAD LIFT CAMPAIGN

Ex-prisoner-of-war and Broadmead Care benefactor Rudi Hoenson has challenged the community to donate $200,000 to the Overhead Lift Campaign by November 11, 2015 in honour of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.  He will match all donations up to $200,000.  With just $400,000 left to raise to install overhead ceiling lifts in every resident's room at the Lodge at Broadmead, the original $1.2 million goal is within reach with the combined donations from all of you and Rudi.

To donate, click on the donate button in red at the top right of your screen and follow the prompts.  Click on the drop down screen showing "Area of Greatest Need" and direct your gift to go to the Overhead Lift Campaign.  Your donation will be matched.  Thank you!

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June 1st, 2015 marked the 20th Anniversary of the Lodge at Broadmead. 

The Lodge at Broadmead Anniversary Video

Select the image above to go to our 20th Anniversary video.

 

    
 

Lodge at Broadmead resident Mr. Maury Hundleby was host to members of the  MARPAC Nijmegen team on Friday June 18, 2015. Team members are participating in an annual marching event in the Netherlands.  They will walk the same streets that WWII veteran Maurice Hundleby did when he was stationed there during the Second World War.  Mr. Hundleby has chronicled his tour of duty during WWII in a carefully detailed scrapbook that he will share with the MARPAC members to provide them inspiration during their walk at the Nijmegen event. See local coverage from CHEK News on the link below.

http://www.cheknews.ca/marching-back-to-history-105140