Assisted Living for Seniors

Shalom Gardens a Christian facility with firm roots tied to the Dutch community and Reformed Christian denominations. We have 36 suites and are attached to a 144 Long Term Care Home through our main floor that features an Auditorium, Café, and General store which is usually a busy hub of activity.

Welcome To Shalom Gardens 

In 2006, the apartment doors of Shalom Gardens were opened. Sharing a campus with Shalom Manor Long Term Care Home, the 36 one-bedroom ‘Gardens’ apartments offers assisted living/retirement to between 36 and 40 residents.

Each of the 36 units, divided on three floors, is equipped with a kitchenette consisting of a stovetop, fridge, and microwave. Accommodations include a noon and evening meal plan served in the main dining room and a service plan that includes 24-hour Nurse Call emergency assistance.

The main floor, a hub of activity, offers a Recreation Room where games can be played, baking can be done and small groups can meet, the main floor also offers a hair salon, a General Store to purchase light groceries along with the Breezes Café.

Residents also have access to the auditorium, the spacious, beautifully groomed courtyard, and their own terrace. Main floor amenities (not including the Recreation Room) are shared with Long Term Care residents, family, and our volunteers.

Christian Care With Dignity

Historical Beginnings

Shalom Manor was incorporated in 1966 by the deacons of Classis Hamilton of the Christian Reformed Churches in the Hamilton-Niagara Region, as “Classis Hamilton Homes for the Aged, Inc.,” operating as Shalom Manor, with the mandate to operate on a non-profit basis, a home for the elderly members of the Christian Reformed Churches.

In September 2006, the last built phase was opened with the addition of 36 Shalom Gardens Assisted Living Apartments.

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