Welcome to Secord Trails
Secord Trails Community sits in the heart of Ingersoll in close proximity to the Victoria Community Centre and Ingersoll Seniors’ Centre. This close knit community of 72 people is surrounded by rural, picturesque beauty and within walking distance of the Lawson Trails and Lion’s Park. Relax with family and friends in our backyard oasis and enjoy participating in our many unique programs, entertainment events, and excursions. These include clay art with a local artist, exotic animal shows, Family Fun Fest Day, campfires, and visits to the Ingersoll Cheese Museum and John Deere Museum – just to name a few!
You are at the centre of everything we do.
From the moment you move in with us, we surround you with the care and support you need. We call this our Circle approach to living – where you are at the centre of everything we do. Built on a strong foundation of service excellence and quality clinical care, Circle goes even further to elevate your quality of life. Whether it’s settling into your new home; savouring delicious meals; enjoying stimulating activities, or socializing with your neighbours, family, and friends, Circle delivers a person-centred experience for every member of our community.
Our Circle approach is guided by our Purpose to cultivate happiness in daily life, and our programs and services reflect this. Our skilled and compassionate team is ready to help you settle into your new home where, before long, you and your loved ones will be a welcome part of a caring community full of friendly, familiar faces.
We provide comprehensive care and services, including:
- Onsite medical care and medication administration
- Recreation and leisure programs
- 24/7 nursing and personal care
- Rehabilitation and exercise classes
- Palliative and end-of-life care
- Physiotherapy and restorative care
- Air-conditioning is available in common areas and all resident rooms
Additional services are available at an extra cost, including foot care, hairdressing/barber, dental, hearing care, vision care, and more.
If you have a concern or complaint about the health, safety, or wellbeing of a person living in long term care, we encourage you to bring it to the attention of the care community and its manager. You may also contact the Ministry of Long-Term Care’s toll-free telephone number for making complaints at 1-866-434-0144, with the hours of operation: 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m., 7 days a week.