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

Welcome to our home.

Above all else, that’s what The Saul and 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 and Claribel Simkin Centre is a not-for-profit, government-funded facility that honours Jewish values and traditions while welcoming seniors of all backgrounds.

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Clothing Bins

We have one of these bins at the Centre. If you come to the Centre and park in the front parking lot, you will see it. Please consider making a donation.

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Residents Create Art

“Shake It Up Creative Arts Group” came to the Simkin Centre last Wednesday. Janice Horn, founder, has created this made-in-Manitoba, one-of-a kind art class that is changing the lives of individuals who have been diagnosed with primary Parkinson’s disease. Janice will be engaging with a select group of residents at the Simkin Centre every third […]

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Report on the financial sustainability of the non-profit personal care home sector from MARCHE

MARCHE stands for “Manitoba Association of Residential & Community Care Homes for the Elderly”. We provide this report for your information. THE ISSUE: The non-profit Personal Care Home (PCH) sector in Manitoba is well positioned to address existing and future demand for long-term seniors’ care. However, past funding deficits and increased budget pressures threaten to […]

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