Peel Manor

Overview

Peel Manor, the oldest of the Region’s five long term care homes, has provided care and support to residents for more than 100 years.

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Centre features

Indoors

A two-storey centre
Peel Manor is a two-storey centre with a number of resident home areas. Each area has its own dining room.

The centre has spacious hallways and numerous activity rooms.

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Outdoors

Enclosed gardens
Peel Manor has several beautiful enclosed gardens maintained by volunteers. Several areas have been adopted by our residents’ families who take care of the gardens when they visit.

Designed to be enjoyed and cultivated by all, our gardens include raised planters for residents in wheelchairs who enjoy the pleasure of gardening in the summertime.

History

Peel Manor — originally called the County of Peel House of Industry and Refuge — was built in 1898. It was run by a keeper, a matron and a physician. In its first year it housed 12 people: 10 men and two women.

In 1909, Peel and Halton Regions joined forces to run the home, and in 1952, the Region of Peel became its sole owner. The centre was renamed Peel Manor in 1960.

Administrator Liezle Trinidad

Liezle Trinidad - Administrator

Liezle Trinidad became the Administrator of The Davis Centre in January 2016. Liezle originally joined the Region in March 2005 as the Resource Nurse/Program Support Nurse at Tall Pines. Since then, she has held a series of progressive roles, including Supervisor of Care and Director of Care at Tall Pines.

Liezle has worked as a Registered Nurse since 1996. She began her career in in acute care before moving on to community care with a Community Care Access Centre.

Liezle holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) from University of Toronto. She also has OANHSS Long-Term Care Administrator Certification and Canadian Healthcare Association Long Term Care Management Certification.

Liezle has a Teaching Effectiveness Certificate through Humber College. She has also completed an Infection Prevention and Control Certificate through Queen’s University and completed Quality Improvement Facilitation through the IDEAS program.

Liezle feels that working with seniors is the most rewarding work she could do. She enjoys how long-term care is about collaboration and working together with residents, families, staff and volunteers to ensure residents receive quality care.

Book a tour

Call 905.453.4140 to book a tour of Peel Manor.

Revised: Monday November 16 2020

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