Resident and Family Areas
Haughian Garden/Alzheimer Courtyard: The Haughian Garden is wheelchair accessible and has a fountain, garden and pathways that are beautifully landscaped. The Alzheimer Courtyard is a secure, accessible rose garden, with a fountain and circular walkway.
Veterans’ Room: Designed and created by residents, the Veterans’ Room at Providence Manor is a tribute to those veterans and their families who have made a contribution to the world we live in today.
McKinley Room: This large room can hold up to 50 people and is suitable for quiet reflection or can be booked by families for gatherings at the Home. There are books, a piano and a computer for shared use.
Archangel Arms Pub: Managed and operated by volunteers, the Pub provides a place for residents and guests to socialize. (Open Monday – Saturday, 3:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.)
Resident Library: The library contains large-print books and magazines for resident use. (Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m)
Family Overnight Room: This room, with a private bathroom, is available for a family member or friend who wants to stay overnight to be close to a seriously ill resident. It can be booked through Spiritual Care or by speaking with the Resident Home Area Nurse Manager.
Resident and Family Councils
The Residents Council represents the needs and wishes of the residents at Providence Manor, and works with administration to identify issues and develop collaborative solutions. The Council strives to maintain social, cultural and spiritual values which residents cherish by tradition (adapted from the Providence Manor Residents Council Terms of Reference, 2002).
The Family Council consists of family members and loved ones of Providence Manor residents. The Council’s mission is to improve the quality of life of residents, and to give families a voice in decisions which affect them and their loved ones in the Home, through communication, education and advocacy.
Tracey McCourt, Executive Assistant to Vice-President, Long-Term Care
Tel: 613 548-7222 ext. 3123
Shelagh Nowlan, Vice-President, Long-Term Care
Tel: 613 548-7222 ext. 3121
Sending A Message to a Resident
Do you wish to send a message to your loved one in our Home? We have an email address for that!
Simply address your email message to email@example.com. In the subject line of the email, please include the resident’s name and, if possible, his/her room number. Then in the body of the email you can type any messages you wish to send to your loved one!
Emails to residents are considered confidential and can only be accessed by the Activities staff members, who then prints off the emails and delivers them directly to the resident. If the resident wishes, the Activities staff member is happy to read the email to the resident.