Tabor Home is part of Tabor Village, a not for profit Christian society specializing in care for older adults. Tabor Village's "campus of care" includes independent living, assisted living and complex care. Tabor Village is an affiliate of Fraser Health.
Tabor Home provides not just clinical care, but spiritual care, life enrichment therapeutic services, and mental and emotional support to seniors who are no longer able to live independently. We are a 24-hour nursing complex care and personal care services and offer a memory care household for individuals with Alzheimer Disease and other dementias with personalized meal service and menu choices.
The residence has 118 publicly subsidized long term care beds with 106 single occupancy rooms and six double occupancy rooms.
|Room features and personalization||Each room is furnished with a night table, bed and mattress. Bed linens and personal towels are also provided. Housekeeping and laundry services are on-site.
Personal possessions, furniture, pictures, painting, television and other items that personalize the room for each resident is strongly encouraged.
|Accessibility||Tabor Home is wheelchair accessible.|
|Security||Tabor Home is fitted with key padded doors and video monitoring for security. Bracelets are used to reduce the risk of people wandering away.|
|Smoking||There is no designated smoking space available on-site.|
|Location information||Tabor Home is located adjacent to Clearbrook Road with access to public transit, shopping nearby as well as Churches.|
|Additional site features||Tabor Village offers a campus of care with independent living, assisted living and complex care with chapels onsite.
|Parking and transportation||Parking is available on site. Public transportation is nearby.|
|Social and recreation programs||A wide array of social and recreation programs is available to maintain independence and provide physical activity. A holistic approach encompasses the physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual components of a person’s life.
Activities include fine arts and crafts, fitness, games, reading, and discussion, reminiscing, community outings, special celebrations and gatherings and visits from outside groups including church choirs and school aged children.
|Spiritual program||A variety of people and networks contribute to the spiritual well being through a team that includes family, friends, medical and nursing staff, religious leaders and volunteers.
Spiritual care may be a quiet companionship presence, just listening or an expression of love and prayer. It includes Sunday worship, morning prayers, bible study, televised worship services, music programs and many other faith based activities.
|Pets||A resident cat currently lives in Cherry Lane a behavioural neighbourhood.|
|Medical assistance in dying||On-site assessment is available.|
|Hairdressing||Appointments are made directly with a hairdresser.|
|Foot and nail care||Foot care nurses are available by referral from a physician or podiatrist. Nail care is provided by resident care aides.|
Parking and Transportation
Nearby to public transportation.
Hours of operation
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Contact us to find out more about our services and how to access them:
- New clients can contact our Home Health Service Line at 1-855-412-2121 (open seven days a week, 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.; on statutory holidays between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.).
- Current clients should contact your Home Health office.
For information on additional services and programs for older adults visit fraserhealth.ca/seniors.
Referral by case manager at a Home and Community Care office is required. To access service call the Home Health Service Line for more information; do not contact the care home directly.
There is a monthly accommodation fee; additional fees may apply for incidental services.
See our long term care approximate wait times by community [map].