In addition to the services provided by all of our long-term care homes, Upper Canada Lodge also offers:
The visiting policy helps to ensure a safe environment and provide equitable access to visits for all residents. It follows applicable directives, guidance and recommendations from the Chief Medical Officer of Health.
The Upper Canada Lodge Continuous Quality Improvement Interim Report identifies the main areas where the long-term care home needs to make changes, what the home wants to achieve, and the progress in achieving these targets to improve the quality of care residents receive.
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|Director of Resident Care||Denise Murphyemail@example.com|
|Infection Prevention and Control Program Manager||Jennifer Andrewsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Director Seniors Services||Henri Koningemail@example.com|
Send a greeting card to a loved one at the Long-Term Care Home where they reside.
Call the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Family and Support Action Line: 1-866-434-0144. Learn about the long-term care home complaint process.
To effectively handle disasters and emergencies, it's important for us to plan ahead. Our Emergency Management Plan outlines how we will address emergencies in our long-term care home.