Admissions

We are a full-service home that offers activities and support to ensure residents are cared for to optimal standards. Our care staff provide residents a home environment. We care about our residents. We revolve our schedule around yours to ensure you are happy and healthy.

The decision to become a resident here can be a difficult one. There will be many questions asked by both you and your families about what to expect, the steps involved to become a resident, and cost and offerings. The information links on this page are some of the answers to your questions. Of course, feel free to contact us as well.

Admissions

Admissions into 24-Hour Continuing Care

How to decide if long term care is the right choice for you.

Begin by contacting Nova Scotia Continuing Care Services at 1-800-225-7225. This step can only be initiated by phone.

More information about long term care services can be found on-line here.

NS Continuing Care Services has also published a number of fact sheets to help you determine if long-term care is the appropriate choice for you, and to explain the process. These fact sheets, listed below, may be on-line here.

  • What Happens When you Call Continuing Care
  • Entering Long Term Care
  • Long Term Care Facilities
  • Paying for Long Term Care
  • Continuing Care – Patient Information

What Residents Should Bring

We believe residents should be as comfortable as possible. Because space is limited in rooms, we have a list of suggested attire that residents should bring with them when moving to our facility. Although seasonal attire, stored off-site by family, is an option, our basic list covers clothing for any weather. This list is available by contacting our facility office.