ACCOMMODATIONS AND RATES
SHORT STAY (RESPITE CARE)
Vision Nursing Home offers short stay care with 4 beds in the home. Contact the CCAC for bookings and details.
CONVALESCENT CARE BEDS
Vision's ten (10) Coalescent Care beds provide the support and environment needed to help residents achieve their goal of returning home to an independent living arrangement. Contact CCAC for bookings and details.
PRIORITY ACCESS BEDS (PAB) FOR VETERANS
There are 5 beds dedicated for veterans who qualify. Find out if you are eligible by contacting Veterans Affairs Canada - http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/
We encourage residents to make their living space as homelike as possible. Include a comfortable chair, television, radio, picture(s), photographs and other sentimental items. This can help make the resident's transition to living in a long-term care setting easier. Space is limited and large furnishings may not be suitable. Discuss options with the Administrator, Director of Care or Maintenance Supervisor. The following items are not allowed for safety reasons: refrigerators, friction type lampshades, swivel/rocking chairs, rug/carpet. Any electrical appliances MUST be inspected by the Maintenance Supervisor to ensure their safe operation.
Vision offers a Guest room that is made available to family and friends. The suite will accommodate 2-4 people. The room comes complete with a double bed, pull out couch, TV, Kitchenette, Lounge and 3-piece bathroom. Reservations are booked through the Recreation Department 519-336-6551 ext. 7179 or email@example.com. Cost of this room is $50.00/night.
Televisions are provided in lounge areas for residents and visitor use. Residents may prefer their own television in their own room. Cable hook-ups available through Cogeco. In basic rooms, earphones may be necessary. The resident or family member arranges for installation and payment.
Telephone hook ups are available in all rooms through Vision's in house phone system. Arrangements are made on admission.
Residents are provided with a recommended clothing checklist. Permanent press clothing (NO WOOL) is preferred for ease of laundering. Clothing labels are provided upon admission to prevent the risk of misplaced clothing. A mobile clothing service visits the home at least twice a year. We have limited storage facilities and recommend that family members make arrangements for storage of seasonal clothing/items. Please provide seasonally appropriate clothing (i.e. hat, coat, gloves, and boots).