Long-Term Care

  • Private-Pay Long-Term Care

    Private-pay residential care services give you the chance to decide where you want to stay and when you want to move in. There are no criteria to determine your eligibility, and you don’t have to contact your health authority to get started. Everything is between you and the home of your choice. Some important things to note: Staying in a private-pay room will not affect your position on the government-subsidized residential care waiting list. There are no government waiting lists or eligibility criteria. Residences keep their own waiting lists, and it is often possible to move in immediately. Services are not funded by the government and are dependent on market rates. You can contact your insurance company or veteran’s affairs. They may cover part of the costs. Which location you stay in is entirely up to you. To learn more, please book a tour now.
  • Government-Subsidized Long-Term Care

    If you fit the eligibility criteria, the Ministry of Health may subsidize part of your costs for residential care. Some important things to note: There is a government waiting list. If you feel you need placement faster, you can use private-pay temporarily. It will not affect your place on the government-subsidized waiting list. You will be expected to take the first residence with an available room. Failure to do so may result in you being deemed ineligible for government-subsidized residential care. There is a monthly cost of up to 80 percent of your after-tax income. For more information, check our rates page. To get started, call your local health authority.


a year ago
We moved my Mother from another facility in town and could not believe the difference in care. The number of staff per resident was high and the personal attention was both caring and compassionate. We called to let them know we would be coming to pick Mom up for a family dinner. When I arrived to pick Mom up she was in the bathroom with two staff who were doing her hair putting on her makeup and dressing her up for the occasion. I stood there for a while listening to the interaction and it brought tears to my eyes hearing the conversations and interaction. They were making in fun for Mom, laughing and joking as they doted on her. When we returned, one of the ladies asked her how her evening was and said they missed her. I realized over the year that Mom was there, that this was typical of the care Mom received on a daily bases. When Mom passed, one of the cleaning staff asked if she could sit with Mom for a bit. It was clear by her emotion that she had developed a relationshi...
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2 years ago
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