Our independent living apartments are spacious one bedroom units which includes a refrigerator and stove, wall emergency call unit. Residents also have full use of all common areas.
Additional services such as meals, cable, housekeeping and laundry are available. Emergency call pendant necklaces are also available for purchase.
Residents who are not in the Designated Supportive Living Program can access publicly funded services through Home Care or other community based programs.
Access to Home Care services requires an assessment and the authorization for these services through the Capital Health Authority and Alberta Health Services.
DESIGNATED SUPPORTIVE LIVING
Golden Age Manor provides Designated Supportive Living programs. The program provides our residents care where they can enjoy privacy and independence with the comfort of knowing that their health and personal care supports are on site when they need them. The program includes accommodation, emergency call pendent necklaces, 3 meals per day, snacks, linen and towels changes and housekeeping services.
Room facilities includes walk-in showers if needed and all entrances and exits are wheelchair accessible.
There is a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) that oversees care 24 hours a day and a Registered Nurse (RN) on call at all times. Depending on the residents' care needs, scheduled professional care (nursing, rehabilitation therapy, etc.) will be provided through AHS and coordinated by their Case Manager, nursing services such as medication and bathing assistance is also available.
All persons living in Designated Supportive Living Units must be assessed by Alberta Health Services Authority & Alberta Health Services Supportive Living staff prior to being accepted at Golden Age Manor. The assessment includes a review of their medical and financial status. AHS Supportive Living can be contacted at 780-496-1300.