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New Guidance – Spring 2024

Effective May 1, 2024 All Visitors – Active screening will continue – this means staff will be asking you questions and taking your temperature on arrival and you must be negative for any symptoms of illness to enter You are not permitted to visit while ill unless it is for palliative reasons Please do not…

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Fall Outbreak Prevention Preparedness | September 2023

Influenza immunization will be available here at our home, to residents, beginning the second week of October. We anticipate having influenza vaccine available to families shortly after. COVID-19 outbreaks in local long term care homes continue to be on the rise, in addition to outbreaks caused by other respiratory organisms Due to this we are…

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Accommodation Changes & Updates 2023

Bulletin to Residents of Long­ Term Care Homes: Important News Regarding Long-Term Care Home Acco1nmodations Charges Basic Accommodation Rates On July 1, 2023, the maximum co-payment that residents pay for basic accommodation in Long-Term Care (LTC) homes will increase by $1.59 per day from $63.73 per day to $65.32 per day, consistent with recent inflationary…

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September 22 – Family Updates

Media Release: HPEPH prioritizing limited supply of bivalent COVID-19 vaccine for individuals in highest-risk settings Hastings and Prince Edward Counties – Sept. 12, 2022 The province has announced that the adapted version of the Moderna Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine, known as a “bivalent” vaccine, is now available to select high-risk individuals. Hastings Prince Edward Public Health…

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Health and Safety

Safety is an integral part of all care and services provided at this facility.There is an active Occupational Health and Safety/ Infection Control Committee with representation from all departments. This committee meets quarterly and reviews audit information, outbreak information, infection rates, safety and risk issues, near misses in the facility and any concerns whiqh are…

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Complaints Information

Do You Have a Concern or Complaint About a Long-Term Care Home? If you do, take action and help improve care for residents. Follow the home’s complaint process Homes are required to have a written complaint procedure and post it wherepeople can see it. They are also required to respond to concerns and complaints. OR…

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