The Personal Care Home of Choice for Winnipeg’s Jewish Community

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Above all else, that’s what The Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre is—a home. It’s a sparkling, 200-bed facility in south Winnipeg where people who can no longer live independently come to live their remaining years in dignity and with professional care, in a robust and friendly social environment steeped in Yiddishkeit.

Read more about the Centre >The Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre is a not-for-profit, government-funded facility that honours Jewish values and traditions while welcoming seniors of all backgrounds.

From The Blog

Touch Quilts Bring Comfort

On Thursday June 22nd, Norma Kirkby, Program Director at the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba presented Resident Council with 200 touch quilts for the residents of the Simkin Centre. Touch quilts can bring comfort, happiness, enjoyment as well as lessen sadness and fear. Touch quilts may be used to warm a lap, keep hands busy, reminisce […]

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Cycles for Seniors – July 2, 2017 at the Simkin Centre

July 2, 2017 – Sunday at 2 PM – 4 PM A community event to brighten someone’s day and put a smile on a senior’s face. Come display your bike and enjoy a live band. Free refreshments and snacks for riders. Please arrive a few minutes early to line up your bike. (All motorcycles welcome, […]

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Residents Enjoy Goldeyes Game

The weather on June 13th, 2017 couldn’t have been better to attend a Winnipeg Goldeyes Game at Shaw Park. Simkin residents were escorted by staff and volunteers to take in the action for that afternoon’s game. Everyone enjoyed a ball park meal finished off with mini-doughnuts. Congratulations to the Goldeyes who defeated the Texas Airhogs […]

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