What is the admission procedure?
Potential senoir residents or residents advocate fill out an assessment form which will determine if the client will be suitable for the home and level of care required.
What is the cost?
Cost will be determined from the assessment form and will depend on the services required.
Who is this home suitable for?
It is suitable to people who require supportive living services who would like to continue living in a family environment
What is the range of the age of residents?
Residents range in age from 50 to 96.
Are the rooms furnished?
We will supply furniture if required. Residents are encouraged to bring their personal furniture to make their room feel more like home.
Do you provide care for Alzheimer’s/dementia residents?
Yes, we have alarms and secured gates for those who tend to wander.
Are visitors allowed?
Visitors are allowed during resident’s awake hours.
Up to what stage in a resident’s life can you continue to offer care?
Depending on the nature of the disability in many cases care can be given until the end of life.
What would cause someone to be evicted from the home?
We must ensure the safety and comfort of our residents, therefore if someone’s disability led to the disruption or discomfort of other resident’s they would need to seek a setting that offered a higher level of care.
Is there access to extra services that can be performed in the home?
Services such as hairdresser, foot care, physiotherapist and Home Care Nurse.