When the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul began their work in Kingston nearly 150 years ago, they were offering long-term care to society’s most vulnerable people. Providence Care continues that mission, providing a range of long-term care services to the community.
Providence Manor is a 243-bed charitable home for the aged for residents whose medical condition is stable, but who still require 24-hour nursing care. The home has a secure Alzheimer Unit, five designated veterans beds and two short-stay respite beds.
The Hildegarde Centre operates two Adult Day programs at Providence Manor. One serves adults (mostly seniors) living with physical disabilities, memory loss, mild dementia, sensory limitations and social or emotional problems that interfere with everyday activities. The second, the Day Away Program, is designed to meet the needs of individuals with Alzheimer Disease or related dementia, who require a more secure and supportive environment.
The Attendant Care Outreach program provides personal support and light homemaking services to people 16 years of age and older with permanent physical disabilities, who require assistance with activities of daily living in their own homes.
The Endymion Supportive Living program provides personal care and homemaking services to residents who live in a 13-unit apartment building, where there is an on-site attendant available 24-hours a day. The units are single occupancy and clients have all the rights and responsibilities of tenants.
For more information, or if you have questions on any of Providence Care’s long-term care services and programs, contact
275 Sydenham Street
Tel: (613) 549-4164 Fax: (613) 549-7472
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