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Trinity Village Trough The Years                 

This year we are celebrating 50 years of servering seniors in Kitchener - Waterloo.


 

Lutheran Homes Kitchener-Waterloo

 

In 1993 Lutheran Homes Kitchener-Waterloo, a ministry of the Eastern Synod of the Lutheran Church purchased St. Raphael’s nursing home. The 11.5 - acre property has grown to include the Care Centre - a 150 long-term care bed home, the Studios containing 62 unit retirement residents, the Terraces composed of 60 life-lease townhomes, and the Adult Day Program serving up to 90 seniors in the external community.

 

 


 
Celebrations Throughtout The Year
 

We are taking time this year to celebrate our 50th Anniversary with our residence, staff and community. On Tuesday, September 27th we celebratied the last 50 years awith a Celebration Service at Trinity Village. If you were unable to attend you can join in on the celebration through the recording below.

 

50th Anniversary Service - YOUTUBE

See the other events we are having throughout the year below.



Trinity Village Staff & Volunteers
 

Trinity Village is known provincially and nationally as a leader in innovation, resident safety, and resident satisfaction. We are privileged to have approximately 120 volunteers supporting our organization on average per year. Volunteers serve in over 18 areas and contribute over 14,500 hours of volunteer service on an annual basis. They are an integral part of the Trinity Village family. Our staff team of 250 is a family of caring professionals committed to serving residents, families, and communities.  Annually serving 200 seniors, our team also helped launch the DOCit application for increased operational efficiency and improved resident care.

 

        

 

 

 
Trinity Village Studios
 

The Trinity Village Studios’ building originally housed the long-term care facility but in 2005 was converted from a 150-bed nursing home to a 62-unit retirement residence. The building's name highlights its many one-room studios, but it also has spacious two-room suites. The Studios are ideal for seniors who are living alone in the family home and now wish to live in a welcoming community. Dedicated staff is available to provide extra care, as needed. 

 

   

         

 
Trinity Village Terraces
 

Comprised of 60 life-lease townhomes for adults 55 plus who are looking for independent living, they were built from 1999-2003. The goal was to create an affordable home built below the average cost of one in the Waterloo Region.

At the Terraces, you have a choice of quality built bungalow townhomes, ranging from 762 to 1407 sq.ft., each with full basements, which provide additional storage and recreational space. Standard features include air conditioning, decks, and barrier-free features such as wider doorways, corridors, and spacious bathrooms. Residents of the Terraces enjoy the benefits of belonging to a Resident’s Association.

 

     

         

 
Trinity Village Care Centre 
 

The Trinity Village Care Centre, built in 2002, sits adjacent to the old site. Trinity Village Care Centre prides itself on being a progressive, compassionate, long term care facility providing quality care for 150 residents. The Care Centre is a 3-floor climate-controlled facility with 90 private rooms and 60 basic rooms.  There are 5 home areas each with 30 residents.
 

The staff is committed to excellence in providing a wide variety of therapeutic services in addition to recreation programming to stimulate personal growth for the residential community.  The many long term services awards held by the dedicated staff demonstrate their commitment to the seniors.