Piccadilly Care Centre
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Wood frame construction, two storeys divided internally into five neighbourhoods, including two special dementia care neighbourhoods. The building is secure and also has a secure outside courtyard and a smaller secure patio.
Piccadilly Care Centre:

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Park Place Seniors Living

Website: http://www.parkplaceseniorsliving.com/ ​

Location & Contact:

Visit the Piccadilly Care Centre listing in our Find a Location directory.


Access to subsidized long-term care is through an assessment by Interior Health staff. For more information on subsidized long-term care services, contact the Home Health office nearest you. Please do not contact the Operator directly regarding subsidized long-term care .​

Building Amenities:

Two lounges for use by residents and families, games & library room, sunroom, conference room, activity room, on-site hairdresser & barber, laundry room in every neighbourhood plus larger central laundry for linens. Each neighbourhood has its own large kitchen for socializing and dining room/activity area. (Resident meals are prepared in the main kitchen and delivered by hot carts.)

Each neighbourhood also has a lounge, fireplace and TV.

At the entrance there is a lobby and a private sitting room to one side. There is also a chapel.

Each of the special care neighbourhoods has a secure, enclosed yard and each neighbourhood has an outside patio.

Language, Culture & Religion:

None. Piccadilly Care Centre is a non-denominational facility, open to all. 

Accreditation Status:

Piccadilly Care Centre is one of the eight Park Place Seniors Living care centres in B.C. which earned Accreditation Canada accreditation in 2008 with industry-leading compliance scores.

The eight Park Place Seniors Living sites were cited for four industry-leading practices and also earned accreditation rankings of 96% or better in more than 400 criteria.
Piccadilly Care Centre repeated its accreditation success in 2011, again earning praise from Accreditation Canada for its high care standards.
Accreditation is an external peer review process to assess and improve the services health care organizations provide to their patients and clients, based on standards of excellence set by Accreditation Canada. For more information, visit the Accreditation Canada website.​
Philosophy of Care:

Like all Park Place Seniors Living care sites, Piccadilly Care Centre is committed to enriching the lives of seniors. Our care is resident-centred and revolves around the individual needs of each resident. A “Resident’s Day” document is prepared for each resident based on each individual’s choices about how he or she wishes to live at Piccadilly Care Centre. Family may also help identify the resident’s preferred choices for food, sleeping times, activities and more.

Palliative care and end-of-life services, including eligibility assessment and the provision of medical assistance in dying (MAiD), are available at this care home.

Type of Accommodation: Piccadilly Care Centre is a new facility, opened in 2008, which offers 51 beds subsidized and accessed through Interior Health plus up to eight private pay beds.

Monthly rate is up to 80 per cent of client’s after tax income, with minimum and maximum rates set by the Ministry of Health Services. More information.​

Special Recreation:
  • With the assistance of a volunteer who is a horticulturalist,  gardens designed to serve residents with dementia are in development. The project also includes development of wheelchair accessible, enabled gardens plus a ‘sensory garden’, which is designed to be enjoyed through touch, sound and scent in addition to sight.  In 2012, Piccadilly residents joined in a company-wide Sunflower growing competition.
  • Piccadilly’s recreation co-ordinator has developed a chair hockey league among local facilities. Residents take a keen interest in playing on their facility team(s) and in the outcome of matches with other care facilities.
  • A special event every year is the Tribute to Seniors Strawberry Tea, which is held during Seniors Week at all Park Place care homes and residences.
  • A walking program encourages residents to walk the halls, with distances plotted on a central map, with a designated destination. Wheelchair ‘miles’ are also plotted as are those racked up using Wii games. The ‘travel’ is interspersed with special treats and events which relate to the places on the map. In 2010, residents ‘walked’ to Whistler to celebrate the Olympics. Completion of the journey was marked by an Olympic celebration at Piccadilly.
  • Community contact and the rewards of service are  maintained through two programs. Residents able to sew make quilts for the new homeless shelter and are also knitting toques and mittens. In addition, residents clean, dress and style the hair of dolls donated to the local thrift store, which are then returned to the store to be sold.
Piccadilly is wheelchair/walker/scooter accessible throughout the building. Elevators connect the first and second floors.
Motorized Scooter Policy:
There is no specific policy. If space is available to store the scooter and it can be safely operated by the resident, a scooter is permitted.
Pet Policy: A resident may bring in a small pet, provided he or she is able to look after the pet, perhaps with some family support. There is a resident cat and a bird at Piccadilly Care Home.
Smoking Policy:

Smoke Free Environment.​

Safety & Security: Each neighbourhood is secured by three locked doors, with key fob access. To leave the building, the correct sequence must be entered into a keypad. Evening entry to the building is controlled by staff.
Neighbourhood Community Amenities: There is a mall across the street and available HandiDart and Taxi service. An assisted living complex is located behind Piccadilly.
Facility Restrictions: Information not available.
Other Amenities:

Information not available.​

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