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MEMORY CARE HOME

This beautiful historic building has been renovated into a therapeutic sanctuary. This impressive two story building, houses up to 10 of our members. With 6 universally designed washrooms, 1 spa bath and specially designed…

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VIEW OUR CARE THEMES

Each home has a specific care objective or “Care Theme”.  Environment plays a huge role in providing quality care. Every aspect of the home is specially designed to ensure the function of the home allows for the care objectives to be met.  All of our homes feature a unique ambience and are designed around a specific care objective. With our Care Themes, our care model allows for “one of a kind” personalized care. Applicants have the ability to choose which Care Theme suits them best. 

MEMORY CARE

Our Memory Care Homes feature an enhanced care setting that accommodates as much independence as possible. Our specialized interior design provides a safe environment that our members can feel comfortable in. The small care setting allows for individualized care, and one on one attention. Reminders are placed throughout the home to allow members the chance to use their memory before being assisted. Seminars, and Workshops are tailored to help increase memory and help to decrease the symptoms of dementia.

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Includes: Dementia/ Alzheimer’s and 

other neurological degenerative diseases

CULTURE CARE

Our Cultural Care Homes allow for culturally tailored meal plans, activity schedule, and language use. This allows our members to feel “at home” and helps our members to maintain a sense of identity as they age. We understand that people value culture and so we have created a home that allows our members to experience the familiarity of their heritage.  

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Includes: Asian, Latin, Middle Eastern

GENIUS CARE

LIFEHOUSE GENIOUS CARE FOR AUTISM

Our specialized services offer a unique care setting for individuals experiencing Autism and other related symptoms. Our Care Team is trained in various specialized care practices which reduces negative symptoms and helps foster a healthy healing environment. Our sensitive approach is truly expressed at every level. We facilitate workshops, and education seminars for families to learn more about Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, encouraging families to maintain an active role in their loved ones life. 

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Includes: Asperger’s, Autism, and other approved Disabilities

RECOVERY CARE

Our specialized services offer a unique care setting for individuals experiencing Autism and other related symptoms. Our Care Team is trained in various specialized care practices which reduces negative symptoms and helps foster a healthy healing environment. Our sensitive approach is truly expressed at every level. We facilitate workshops, and education seminars for families to learn more about Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, encouraging families to maintain an active role in their loved ones life. 

COMING SOON

Includes: Asperger’s, Autism, and other approved Disabilities

WHAT LEVEL OF CARE DO I NEED?

“Nursing home” is commonly used to refer to any long-term care, but there are several kinds of  “Nursing homes”. Each provides different levels of medical care, help with daily living, programs, and support. The quality and costs of care and services vary widely. Your community may not have a “Nursing home” so you will have to leave your community for care, which is why we were inspired to create Lifehouse – we bring high level medical care into the community.


ASSISTED LIVING (LEVEL 1 & 2)

Assisted-living centres usually provide private, apartment-style housing and offer a range of services. These services may include meals, cleaning and laundry services, and help with personal needs such as bathing, grooming, and dressing. Assisted-living centres do not provide Level 3/4 medical care. This type of housing may be a good choice for people who are not able to live alone but who can still do many daily tasks on their own.

 


 

LONG TERM CARE (LEVEL 3 & 4)

Long term care facilities provide skilled nursing facilities provide skilled nursing care up to 24 hours a day. They offer medical care; medicines; housing; meals; laundry; help with dressing, bathing, and using the toilet; and other support. This is the most costly type of care in a Long Term Care centre. But it may be the best choice for many people who have advanced dementia.

 


SPECIAL CARE UNITS (LEVEL 3, 4, Dementia, Palliative)

Special care units (SCUs), such as memory care, are offered at some residential care centres and nursing homes. They focus on the needs of people with dementia. They have staff trained to work with people who have dementia. Studies haven’t yet shown that these units are better than regular centres. Also, they can cost more than other types of care.