Shepherd’s Care Barrhead is located in the lively community northwest of Edmonton. This campus, surrounded by gardens, has a country feeling, yet close to all the necessary amenities. With a strong Christian and friendly atmosphere, the Barrhead campus offers many ways for our residents to socialize and be involved through social groups, clubs or programming.
Right down the street is one of Shepherd’s Care Foundation’s founding churches, Bethel Pentecostal Assembly, where residents are welcome to join the congregation.
Two of our rooms were developed in partnership with the Multiple Sclerosis Society, to meet the needs of individuals with a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis.
Close in proximity to parks, churches and the Dr. WR Keir Continuing Care Centre, our Barrhead campus is easily accessible.
Pastoral care services are available to all residents. Church services and Bible studies are held on-site throughout the week.
Supportive Living (SL4) allows individuals to enjoy a home-like setting with the comfort of having health care services provided. It is a great option for individuals who may have medical needs that can be managed to maintain a semi-independent lifestyle.
Barrhead Campus has 42 Supportive Living (SL4) units, all located on a single level. All Supportive Living suites are private and spacious studios.
Admission to these Supportive Living units is only through assessment by Alberta Health Services. Residents pay a government regulated accommodation charge, which covers room and board (three meals per day plus snacks), housekeeping, linen and bedding laundry and some building maintenance costs.
Pastoral care is available to all residents, including weekly interdenominational church services in our on-site chapel, and hymn sings.
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Shepherd’s Care Foundation is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization providing quality care and accommodations to more than 900 seniors and individuals