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LONG TERM CARE


LONG TERM CARE TELFER PLACE


245 Grand River St.,N Paris ON N3l 3V8 Phone: 519-442-4411 Fax: 519-442-6724 Website: www.reveraliving.com


Telfer Place is a retirement residence featuring four personal lifestyle options that provide a wide range of retirement living options. Apartments: For active residents who prefer to cook their own meals, there are bright apartment suites with full kitchens. Apartment Plus: Residents have the convenience of enjoying meals in the cozy dining room, while still being able to entertain casually in their own suites using the kitchenette. Retirement Lodge: Personal care with cheerful staff and a choice of private and semi-private rooms. Nutritious meals are served in the dining room. Short-term stays are available. Long Term Care: A family-like atmosphere offering quality of care, with private, semi-private and ward accommodations. Telfer Place offers an opportunity to make new friends through a wide range of activities, such as mini golf, indoor shuffleboard, cards, art programs, humor, pet and aroma therapy, bowling, intellectual and spiritual programs, and weekly shopping trips. Entertainment is provided on a weekly basis. Tailored physio and fitness are also available to residents.


Various outings are planned to maintain community involvement for residents. A spacious atrium provides an area for family gatherings, special events and community functions.


VERSA-CARE CENTRE BRANTFORD


425 Park Road North, Brantford, ON N3R 7G5 Phone: 519-759-1040 Fax: 519-759-5343 Website: www.reveraliving.com


Versa-Care Centre is a multi-level seniors’ facility, which includes independent apartments, retirement living and a long-term care unit. Versa Care has large, bright common areas and lounges and has an on-site hair salon, chapel and “bistro-style” area. Suites are varied in size


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and can be personalized for residents. Nursing staff are on-site 24-hours a day. Delicious meals are prepared on site and served in our attractive dining rooms. Family, guests and furry friends are always welcome. Respite care can be provided on a limited basis depending on availability. Retirement living admissions can be completed through the Resident Services Coordinator and long-term care admissions are facilitated through the Brantford Community Care Access Centre (CCAC).


SUNRIDGE LODGE


261 Oakhill Drive, Brantford, ON N3T 5I7 Phone: 519-754-0018


E-Mail: backtoeden.ontario@gmail.com Website: http://sites.google.com/site/sunridgelodge


Sunridge Lodge is a distinctive, private, secure 24/7 care facility. It is a natural Pleasant (Back to Eden) community with a 20 year tradition of providing its special residents a living environment which is cozy, caring and comfortable. It is located on 3 Acres of landscaped grounds, fruit trees, private parks, gardens and is a bird and Animal sanctuary. There are 10 spaces customized to the residents’ needs and requirements. Sunridge Offers respite and client interest focused activities; it is 10 minutes from all major city Services and attractions, and is a good healing place to smile and live. Individuals wishing to apply should contact the CCAC at 519-759-7752 or the director of care at 519-754-0018.


SHERIDAN LODGE RETIREMENT HOME


Sheridan Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2P6 Phone: 519-759-2070


“Brantford’s finest and most affordable retirement residence” - Personalized care plans according to your needs - Nutritious home cooked meals and superior activity programs - Caring and experienced staff available 24/7 - In home pharmacy and in house family physician - Semi-private and private rooms available


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