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  1. Diabetes Awareness Month – How is Toronto Grace doing its part?

    If you did not already know – November is Diabetes Awareness Month. There are now an estimated 11 million Canadians already living with diabetes or prediabetes and an additional 1.5 million Canadians who are undiagnosed….

  2. Albert ABI Patient

    Albert “We gained strength in seeing hope”

    Albert is thirty-seven years old and an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) patient at The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre (TGHC). Just a little over a year ago, on September 6, 2016, Albert was admitted…

  3. Nadia

    Nadia “What I love about the Toronto Grace are the people”

    Nadia is sixty-four years old and a retired nurse. She was born at The Salvation Army Toronto Grace maternity hospital in the former building on Bloor Street. She is another one of our Toronto Grace…

  4. Mike and his Mother

    Michael is in good hands

    A word of appreciation by Joanne shared at the Toronto Grace’s Re-dedication Celebration My name is Joanne, mother of Michael, who has been at The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre for nearly four years….

  5. Photo of patient, Ian.

    Meet Ian and his mother Bernice

    Ian is twenty–four years old and is an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) patient at The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre (TGHC). Ian was on his way home late at night on September 7, 2016,…

  6. In loving memory of Robert Hamilton

    Dana Hamilton has generously gifted to the Grace a beautiful stained glass window for the Chapel in loving memory of his father Robert Hamilton who passed away on our palliative care unit in 2014.  This…