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Eden Gardens

We need your help to continue providing high quality, compassionate dementia care to people in our community.

With your help, we can dramatically improve the lives of people with dementia and prepare for the future. But we can't do it alone; find out here about the many ways you can help.

Elder with staff

At Eden Gardens, formerly known as Nanaimo Travellers Lodge, we are passionate about helping Elders with dementia to live as fully as possible and to enjoy life. We work closely with family members and friends to help them in their journey of supporting a loved one with dementia.

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"Faces of Dementia"

At Eden Gardens, we strive every day to create a home-like environment where pets, family members, volunteers and other members from the community promote life and interaction.

For over thirty seven years, Nanaimo Travellers Lodge Society, a non-profit, charitable organization, has been a leader in Elder Care in the Mid-Island Area. Since 2004, we have been the only non-profit, dedicated dementia care facility in our region.

Our staff treat people with dementia with respect, offer them choices and give them and their families hope as they struggle with the disease.

Dementia is on the rise in Canada and one in five baby boomers will fall prey to the disease.

The Mid-Island area has more seniors than others parts of the country. As our population continues to age, health care professionals anticipate a surge in people diagnosed with dementia. That person could be your mother, father, sibling, spouse, dear friend or neighbour, or it could be you.

    

With your help, we can dramatically improve the lives of
people with dementia. And, prepare for the future.