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About Sun Parlor Home

Sun Parlor Home sign

For over 100 years, the Sun Parlor Home has offered long-term care to the community of Essex County. Our Mission is "to serve our community providing supportive, resident-focused care that promotes quality of life". As a not-for-profit, municipally owned and subsidized long-term care home with 206 beds, all of our resources are dedicated to our residents.

Sun Parlor Home is an inviting building set on 23 acres in sunny Leamington, the most southerly community of mainland Canada. Designed to accent the view from many of the resident rooms, the Home also has lounges on each floor, lovely courtyards and a variety of programs, services and features designed to cater to the needs of our residents, their families and friends.

Staff

Our staff members are well qualified health care professionals and many are long-service employees - a testament to their commitment to the Sun Parlor Home and its residents. We are also delighted to have a dedicated auxiliary and volunteers from our community who generously contribute their time and talents.

Remembrance Day at Sun Parlor Home

Remembrance Day Crosses

In recognition of the service and sacrifices of the 63 Veterans who were residents of the Sun Parlor Home and who have since passed on, the 6th Leamington Scouts constructed beautiful white crosses, while at a group camp. The white crosses have the first names of each Veteran resident painted on them and were created using generous donations made by Home Building, Leamington and Rona. The Sun Parlor Home is very appreciative of the efforts of Christine Dundas, Commissioner, Hal Dundas, Scouter, Beth Howe, Scouter, Scott Reid, Scouter, Dylan Dundas, Venturer and the local Scouts of the 6th Leamington Scouts. The crosses were erected and displayed for the first time on Remembrance Day, November 11, 2014 and will continue to be displayed each Remembrance Day moving forward. Lest we forget.