Care Options & Residences
All the freedom and flexibility of living on their own with no daily responsibilities or chores. Their meals are prepared for them, housekeeping and laundry are taken care of and dealing with snow or leaves or taking out the garbage is no longer their problem.
Your loved ones will have the independence and time to focus on their family, make new friends, discover new hobbies, and explore the full range of activities the residence has to offer. Additional assistance is available if you need it.
This is complete support for people who need personalized assistance in order to live their best life. Care plans can include specially designed activities, housekeeping, laundry, individualized exercise plans and of course rehabilitation assistance.
Assisted living also includes help with activities of daily living such as bathing and dressing, personal grooming, companion services, and of course medication administration and supervision.
Long-term care is designed for people who require 24-hour nursing care or advanced dementia support within a secure setting. Long-term care residences are licensed and authorized as government regulated and funded facilities.
For residents of Ontario, all applications to Long-Term Care homes are coordinated by individual community Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) who plan, integrate and fund local health care. There are 14 LHINs in Ontario. To locate the LHIN in your region, please visit their website.