We take the health and wellbeing of the people who live and work at our Care Homes very seriously.
We are continuing to monitor the evolving coronavirus situation carefully, and have plans in place at all our Care Homes to respond as needed. Access our COVID-19 webpage here, read our Update Bulletins here, or visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website at www.bccdc.ca for more information, or to use their self-assessment tool.
Broadmead Care, a non-profit organization, offers long-term care and programs for people who require assistance every day. With five locations in the Victoria area and compassionate, dedicated staff, we live our purpose by building communities where every person can experience wellbeing and happiness.
We offer a range of residential care for veterans, seniors, and adults who require long-term care.
Veterans Programs and Services
Our Veterans Health Centre offers programs and services for veterans who live in their own homes.
Adult Day Programs
Programs designed to promote health and independence for seniors living at home.
Why Broadmead Care?
Experience Wellbeing and Happiness
We truly believe that love, life and living matter. The primary purpose in all our care homes is to help residents experience wellbeing and happiness, and to live life as fully as possible.
Working Together where Love, Life and Living Matter
Caring for seniors and adults with disabilities is a profession, but it’s also a calling. Our staff are dedicated to making sure people feel at home, and feel loved.
What Folks are Saying
“It is not how much you do, but how much love you put in the doing. We saw this in action … and we are all thankful that [Mom’s] final years were pleasant ones with you.”
On behalf of my father, I want to extend my heart-felt thanks to each and every one of you for your kindness, caring and professionalism over the course of my father’s move into [Beckley Farm Lodge]. From the very first day, my mother and I were so touched at the genuine compassion you all showed and impressed with your competence. We were so worried about this transition, and thanks in large part to each of you it went better than I could have possibly hoped.
“Being a volunteer at Veterans Memorial Lodge has been the most rewarding and satisfying venture I have ever undertaken. It taught me a lot about myself and I am very grateful to you for allowing me to be part of this great establishment.”
“I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone at the Veterans Health Centre for the excellent care that you gave [my husband] and for the support you gave to me. It was a great asset for him to attend the weekly day program and respite.”
“Staff ensure the Adult Day Program participants are safe and engaged. I feel good because quality of life is so important, and the Adult Day Program helps us make the most out of what is possible for my mom.”