About Long-Term Care Services
A Long-Term Care home is designed for people who require the availability of 24-hour nursing care, high levels of personal care, and a setting that can accommodate varying health needs and supervision. Care is provided by qualified staff and supervised by Registered Nursing staff.
Amenities include a large bright dining room, library, bowling alley, café, chapel, hair salon, auditorium, and courtyard garden. Many activities are planned to contribute to the health and well-being of our residents, and a Pastoral Care Program meets their spiritual needs.
- Games, puzzles
- Breakfast Club
- NIGGV bus trips (scenic drives, lunch out)
- Lunch in
- Holiday based events (Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, etc.)
- Exercise Programs
Long-Term Care Activity Calendar
- Residents’ Council
- Family Council
- Long-Term Care and Village Activity Calendars (monthly)
- Village News (biweekly)
There are forty private care rooms at the St. Catharines site. Funding is provided by the MOHLTC (Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care). Each care room contains a large bathroom. A resident may furnish his/her care room by bringing treasured items from home or taking the opportunity to decorate it with new items to make it unique and a reflection of the person living in it. NIGGV is not a secure facility.
The monthly accommodation rates are in effect from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. Accommodation rates are set by the MOHLTC (Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care).
How to Apply
All applications for long-term care placements are made through the LHIN (Localized Health Integration Network). The LHIN manages the waiting list and may be contacted at 905‑684‑9441 for information.
Long-Term Care Tours
An information session is conducted monthly on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 10 am. For information and to reserve a tour date, contact the Administration Office.
Long-Term Care Brochure
Your Personal Health Information (PHI) is important and allows us to provide you with better services. The privacy and protection of your PHI is a priority. The PHI you provide is used prior to performing assessments to determine your health service and support needs. If you consent, your assessment information will be shared with other health service providers. If you withhold your consent, your assessment information will not be shared.