Your Plan

No matter how your individual needs change, our person-centered care at Woodhall Park Retirement Village will be ready to serve you. We offer services designed to meet changing needs, including Independent Living, Personalized Supportive Living, Short Term/Respite Care and Memory Care.

Some of the many health services offered are personal assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, washing, oral hygiene, gentle reminders, help with the administration of medication and wayfinding for those with mild Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. We offer nutritious and delicious meals, social and spiritual opportunities, and conveniences like housekeeping, linen service and health services all for a healthy life style, that will allow you to spend your energy on what brings you contentment in life.

For added peace of mind, Woodhall offers a selection of optional support services meant to maximize independence and improve or maintain quality of life. If you will be benefiting from any of our support services, our caring and trained staff are there to partner with you or a loved one to provide what you want and need support with, giving you power and choice over your personalized care plan.



Woodhall focuses on recognizing a resident’s retained abilities rather than their disabilities. We recognize that all actions have meaning.

Memory care is a long-term care solution for older adults living with memory loss, including Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. At Woodhall Park we take pride in being a safe place for those with memory loss with specially trained staff in every department through out our entire building. We do not believe in isolating individuals to a specific floor or locking them behind closed doors. Instead we encourage socialization and adapt many of our programs accordingly. We do monthly education with all staff to constantly develop new techniques in caring for those suffering from such diseases.

As of today, Woodhall Park is the only Brampton Retirement Community who has provided education to all staff using “The Virtual Dementia Tour”.

The Virtual Dementia Tour is medically and scientifically proven to be the closest experience that can give a person with a healthy brain an experience of what dementia might be like. By understanding dementia from the person’s point of view we can change practice, reduce issues and improve their lives.