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Sun Parlor Home

Front view of Sun Parlor Home

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 by providing supportive, resident-centred care that promotes quality of life."

Sun Parlor Home offers long-term care services for residents, requiring 24 hour professional nursing care, including medical services and nutritious meals with professional registered dietitian oversight.

We invite you to take a video tour of Sun Parlor Home. Facility tours are available by appointment.


  • A modern, spacious home, set on 23-acre forested site in sunny Leamington, the most southerly community of Canada
  • Non-profit, 206-bed residence, offering private and semi-private rooms
  • Private rooms with high-low bed, wardrobe, private 2-piece bathroom
  • Semi-private - 2 living areas, separated by wall curtain, shared washroom
  • Also offers 83 resident beds at basic rates

Some of the many services offered at Sun Parlor Home:

Features of Sun Parlor Home:

  • Spacious and landscaped grounds with lovely courtyards and gazebo
  • Resident rooms designed to accent the beautiful view
  • Lounges on each floor with large windows and comfortable seating
  • Private dining room for events and dinners
  • Garden View Café serves daily afternoon tea
  • Chapel 
  • Multi-use areas including sitting room, tuck shop, beauty salon, lounges, activity rooms, auditorium, chapel, boardroom, resident/family dining room

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Current Respiratory Outbreak

As of October 26, 2018, Sun Parlor Home (whole Home) has been declared in Respiratory Outbreak.

Symptoms include: Abnormal temperature, nasal congestion, dry or productive cough, sore throat or hoarseness.

As result of the above, please note the following:

  • All non-urgent and other appointments for residents will be rescheduled until after the outbreak is over, if possible.

  • Visitation by outside groups, eg. entertainment, meetings, community groups, etc. shall not be permitted.

  • Families may visit their loved ones. It is preferred that they stay in the resident’s room. Visitors will be asked to wear masks when they are visiting. They are encouraged not to visit other residents on other areas in the Home. 

  • Please ensure proper hand washing etiquette before and after your visit.

  • Group activities within the Home will stop immediately (as per Public Health Unit).