Care & Support

Sakura House is a residential hospice that feels and functions like a home, while the focus of care is the management of pain and symptoms related to end-of-life. Care is provided 24/7 by a highly educated and experienced team.

Our private patient rooms include comfortable space for family members to stay day or night.  In addition, the patients and visitors have the opportunity to experience the outdoors on their own private patio or throughout the various gardens and pathways that encircle the property.  Special family spaces, which provide the conveniences and comforts of home, are available to encourage and enable families to take time out while remaining in close proximity to their loved one.

Sakura House is a place where people can feel safe to grieve and know that a caring team of professionals and volunteers will provide support through this difficult time.
The goal at Sakura House is the provision of physical, psychological /emotional, social, spiritual and practical end-of-life care and support which neither postpones nor hastens death.

The Sakura House Care Team continuously strives to employ the most current and highest standards of care and support available. Technology is utilized but kept hidden as much as possible to preserve the home-like feel of the facility.

Patients can self refer or can be referred by family members, health and social agencies, medical professionals or clergy. The referrals will be coordinated through the CCAC (Community Care Access Centre) to help make the planning and transition as smooth as possible for everyone involved

For more information or to speak to our Manager, Care and Services: Patrice Kean 519-537-8515 x 2