The congregation of Dovercourt Baptist Church wanted to make a contribution to their neighbourhood and believed that the establishment of a retirement community would be a lasting legacy. New Horizons Tower has become that legacy as one of the City's well established not-for-profit senior housing providers. Operating since 1974 as a charitable organization, we are committed to reinvest in the community we serve, to enhance and enrich the lives of seniors who choose to live in the heart of Bloordale Village. From gracious dining to new suites and lounges, residents are enjoying the new management and upgrades found at 1140 Bloor Street West.


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Executive Director, Ken Sweatman
Ken is no stranger to senior living. In his early twenties, Ken found himself at Fellowship Towers on part time security detail. Today, at New Horizons Tower, 'Join the Action' is more than a slogan; Ken is the man of action as he leads the renewal of NHT. From speed to execution, Ken's business background is key to the swift progress that has been made. Like a skilled chess player, Ken is able to see around the corner and to sense what is coming next. Motivated by residents who see the renewal taking shape, and inspired as the community grows, Ken's vision for NHT as it prepares to mark 40 years is one of both celebration and preparation. "A return of NHT to its roots as a key player in the local senior community is cause for celebration, while the renewal of NHT prepares us all for what is around the corner," remarks Ken.

Director of Resident Services, Sylvia Teasdale
Want something done? Ask Sylvia. As an integral member of the management team, Sylvia is everyone's right hand. Her background in protocol, logistics and planning benefit all aspects of NHT, especially these days of construction, change and renewal. As a people person, Sylvia knows individual residents and easily connects with them. She understands the challenges residents face as surroundings change and their community grows. The people at NHT are Sylvia's most enjoyable aspect of her day, motivated by residents who are happy, safe and secure. The mutual love and respect is clear. Sylvia is excited about the changes she sees, 'a beautiful, healthy and vital community'.

Director of Dining Services, Elma Luis
Elma could very well be the matriarch as she brings the love of food, nutrition and home-style cooking to NHT. Everything is made from scratch, on site from two daily soups to main entrees and desserts. The quality around dining service, food, and variety of meals is apparent as residents now have more choices than ever, from main entrees to vegetarian and therapeutic diets, all nutritional needs are covered. Residents and guests will soon enjoy beautiful specialty coffees and teas in the new Bloor Street Cafe, as the dining room renovation nears completion. Elma's vision for marking 40 years is the unveiling of a fresh new face, at NHT together with a gala dinner for all residents and family to enjoy. Bon Appetit!

Director of Community Life, Brianne Martin
Brianne loves to laugh and have fun with residents. She attributes her role at NHT as a natural fit because she enjoys encouraging individual growth. She endeavours to bring comfort, dignity and joy to each resident, by connecting family and residents to our supportive staff, students, and volunteers. With a Degree in Gerontology from Laurentian, a Diploma in Activation Co-ordination/Gerontology from George Brown, and a Certificate in Retirement Communities Management at Centennial College, Brianne is happy to be in an environment where she can utilize the skills she has acquired. She has been inspired by the Eden Alternative Approach and uses many of these philosophies to create a thriving environment for individuals to feel at home on the Oasis and throughout the entire NHT community. Brianne says it is all worth it when she can see the residents enjoying their new life.

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