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Deer Lodge Centre Deer Lodge Centre Campus Map


Facilities Management Building


Movement Disorder Clinic


military convalescent hospital was established for returning WWI soldiers, to today, as military per- sonnel and veterans continue to be treated along- side a large population of patients and residents from the broader community. Deer Lodge Centre Foundation was established


in 1990 to raise awareness and funds for programs, services, and research at Deer Lodge Centre.


A Legacy of Caring Deer Lodge Centre transferred from a Veterans


Affairs Canada hospital to a provincial facility in 1983. Today, veterans continue to have priority access to Personal Care beds under a federal/pro- vincial agreement. Since changing from an acute general hospital to a facility caring for adult patients with complex needs, as part of the Winnipeg Health Region Deer Lodge Centre has become the largest rehabilitation and long-term care facility in Mani- toba, with a bed capacity of 418.


About Deer Lodge Centre D


eer Lodge Centre has a long and proud his- tory of caring. Its motto, Making lives better, ref lects this history—from 1916, when a


Programs & Services Deer Lodge Centre Foundation supports the broad


range of programs and services offered by Deer Lodge Centre to meet the needs of our community, including:


Inpatient Programs • Rehabilitation for individuals who have the


potential to return to the community, with support, after discharge • Chronic Care for individuals who need profes-


sional intervention and/or medical supervision • Dementia Care that provides a safe, secure en-


vironment for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia


Outpatient Programs • PRIME, a program that provides seniors with


activities and support during the day – including medical care, personal care, social activities and exercises, after-hours support, rehabilitation, home care coordination, transportation, lunch and snacks – so they can live independently in the community


• Day Hospital, which provides assessment and


rehabilitation services to clients 1-2 times per week to promote healthy living for seniors in the commu- nity and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions • Speech and Language Pathology for Personal


Care • Get Away Club for seniors with a moderate level


of cognitive impairment • Communication Devices Program, which en-


sures that Speech Generating Devices, which aug- ment or replace spoken language, are available and affordable to all eligible adults in Manitoba • Operational Stress Injuries Clinic, serving


Canadian Forces members and veterans, eligible members of the RCMP, and their families, who need treatment for the impact of severe stress • Movement Disorder Clinic, providing multidis-


ciplinary specialty services to patients living with Parkinson’s Disease and Parkinsonism, Tremor, Dystonia, Chorea, Myoclonus, Huntington’s Dis- ease, Tourette’s Syndrome, Restless Leg Syndrome, and drug-induced movement disorders For more information, visit deerlodge.mb.ca


Contact us


General Information / Inquiries (204) 837-1301 Info@deerlodge.mb.ca


Education (204) 831-2548 DLCEducation@deerlodge.mb.ca


Winter 2018


Deer Lodge Centre Foundation (204) 272-8911 events@deerlodgefoundation.ca


Programs & Services (204) 837-1301 Health@deerlodge.mb.ca


www.deerlodgefoundation.ca


Research Research@deerlodge.mb.ca


Volunteer (204) 831-2503 DLCVolunteers@deerlodge.mb.ca


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