Kentwood Park is located within walking distance of downtown Picton and the Bay of Quinte. Our single-level home is designed for residents' comfort and boasts a warm family atmosphere. Residents enjoy watching neighbourhood children in the playground across the street.
Attractively decorated, single level home
Accredited by Accreditation Canada
45 beds (private, semi-private and basic)
Committed to staff education
Located within minutes of the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital in Picton.
Supportive Measures Specialist offering on-going support to staff and residents concerning the individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
Individualized care of residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Garden and patio area
Active social and recreation program
Residents are encouraged to take part in the life of Picton and we invite local people to become involved in our home. Our outings include picnics, Thousand Islands boat cruises, camping swimming and country drives. Our dedicated volunteers add much to the good times we have at summer barbecues, birthday parties, musical programs, holiday dinners and celebrations. Children, local entertainers and clergy visit us regularly.
Involving family important to palliative care November 29, 2012 Kentwood Park nurses’ aide Annie Frost says it’s important to involve family members in the palliative care of a loved one whenever possible. Read more >
Kentwood welcomes active group of seniors July 23, 2012 Playing euchre, going on outings and visiting with family are keeping a new, agile group of residents occupied at Kentwood Park. Read more >
'Three full days of education,' and a lot of fun May 7, 2012Kentwood Park administrator Tina Cole is somewhat of a veteran of the OMNI Health Care manager’s forum held at Fern Resort on the edge of Lake Simcoe near Orillia, and she’s once again looking forward to the education and camaraderie that come with the annual event. Read more >
Residents organize baby shower for much-loved team member April 25, 2012 Kentwood Park director of care Kelly Lumley is tipping her hat to the Picton long-term care home's residents for recently organizing a baby shower for physiotherapist Jenny Shepherd. Read more >
Resident appreciates private Bible study with volunteer February 3, 2012
A resident who had been yearning for a better understanding of the Bible is now studying the book with a volunteer at Kentwood Park.