The Answers You Need
Is there a waitlist to get in?
Currently, we have some suites available, but don't delay because we are often full up!
Do you offer nursing care?
We are a Lodge, also known as Designated Supportive Living Level 1, so we don't have full-time nursing care. Alberta Health Services provides home care to our residents and there are Health Care Aides onsite from 7:30 am to 9:30 pm daily. Nurses are available through Home Care as needed.
How much does it cost?
Our pricing is based on many different things, but it starts at $1,345 per month for a studio suite and goes up from there depending on the size of the suite and whether it is for a single or a couple.
What kinds of social activities are there?
Besides regular bingo, music and rook nights, we have dogs come and visit weekly as well. We have a monthly movie night, special birthday celebrations, field trips, and we celebrate all the holidays. In addition, we have two libraries, a puzzle table, pool table, board games, church services and coffee time at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm.
What is the food like?
Our fantastic cooks produce excellent home-cooked comfort food meals approved by a certified nutritionist. In addition to three solid meals per day, there are snacks available 24/7. These range from cookies and muffins to sandwiches, cheese, juice, and of course, coffee and tea.
What are the admission requirements?
We require a completed application form and other paperwork, a doctor's report on the resident's level of independence, a registration fee and a personal interview and tour with the Site Manager.
Which AHS supportive living level are you?
We are a Seniors Lodge, which is Designated Supportive Living 1.