A Traditional Neighbourhood
Sprucedale Care Centre is a 96-bed Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care licensed home.
Our home is designed to function as an internal community and traditional neighbourhood. From the moment you enter our home, you will notice and feel the warmth and home-like atmosphere.
From our village square in the main entrance, our home is divided equally into 3 secure home areas: Cedar Grove, Maple Gardens, and Hickory Heights.
Each home area features rooms of similar size and layout, its own dining room, spa and shower room, activity room, lounge and enclosed outdoor courtyard.
All resident rooms and amenities are located on the ground floor for added accessibility and convenience for our residents.
We're very proud to say that our home has earned a 4-year Accreditation Award from the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation, the highest achievement possible.
The Amenities of Home
Our home features 18 standard, 3 semi-private, 54 private rooms.
All of our rooms are tastefully decorated with a bed, wardrobe, bedside table, and a chair to provide our residents with all the necessities. Each room has a window for natural sunlight and fresh air, as well as heated hardwood laminate floors for comfort.
Personal furniture and other items may be brought in from home, but may be limited for safety reasons. Families are asked to speak with our Director of Care regarding personal furniture and items to ensure they will be safe and appropriate for the space.
We have 3 types of Accommodations:
|Our Standard or Basic room consists of two beds and a shared washroom to accommodate two residents.|
IDEAL FOR COUPLES!
|Our Semi-private room or Couple's Suite is a unique room with a partial wall dividing it in half and a shared washroom. This provides the option of accommodating two residents each with their own private space on either side of the wall, or accommodating a couple by placing the beds on one side and a living space on the other side.|
|Our Private room consists of one bed and a washroom, and accommodates one resident. This spacious room provides the resident with the privacy they deserve.|
All personal and nursing care provided by long-term care homes are funded by the government. You must pay for accommodation charges such as room and board.
Accommodation costs are set by the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care and are standard across Ontario. The current rates (maximum) are:
Accommodation rates (October 1, 2022)
|Type of Accommodation||Daily Rate||Monthly Rate|
The following goods and services are included in accommodation rates:
- Nursing and personal care on a 24-hour basis
- Administration of medications
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Medical care and restorative care as available
- Certain necessary medical supplies and nursing equipment
- Basic personal hygiene and grooming supplies
- Certain equipment for short-term use
- Nutritious meals and snacks
- Special and therapeutic diets, dietary supplements and devices enabling residents to eat with minimum assistance
- Social, recreational, spiritual and physical activities and programs
- Laundry, including labelling
- Bedroom furnishings, bedding and linen
- Cleaning and maintenance of accommodations
- Maintenance of a trust account on the resident’s behalf (if required)
- Information package for residents
- Prescription pharmaceutical preparations listed in the Ontario Drug Benefit formulary (the government requires residents to pay a small co-payment)
- Special preparations or medical devices that may be obtained from the Ontario Drug Benefit Program as interim non-formulary benefits
- Insured devices, equipment, supplies and services that are available through certain programs, such as the Ontario Assistive Devices Program (the government covers part of this cost and residents are responsible for the remainder)
- Non-prescription drugs, medication and treatment products and supplies obtained through the Ontario Government Pharmaceutical and Medical Supply Services upon request
The following goods and services are not included in accommodation rates:
- Transportation services
- Outings, admission to events etc
- Family meals
- Telephone and cable services
- Dental services
- Optometry services
- Newspaper/magazine subscriptions
- Podiatry (foot care)
- Non-facility choice products
- Repairs to personally owned equipment
- Audiology services
The first step in admission to a long-term care home begins with contacting the South-West LHIN In-take line (formally Community Care Access Centre (CCAC). The SW LHIN s the coordinating body through which all admissions are arranged.
Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)
356 Oxford Street West
London, Ontario N6H 1T3
After your initial contact with the SW LHIN you may wish to tour the homes you are interested in, as you will be asked to list your preferences on your application. Please let us know if you are interested in touring our home by calling us at 519-245-2808. Tours can be arranged anytime, however our reception hours are Monday to Friday 9am-4pm and Weekends from 9am-2:30pm.
The wait time for admission to a long-term care facility varies. For more specific information regarding the admission process and waiting lists, please contact the SW LHIN at the number above.
The Ontario government pays the "care" portion of all long-term care services. Care funding provides Sprucedale with the professional and support staff, supplies and government stock medications, personal care services, and special equipment needs.