Conestoga Lodge Retirement Residence features 80 suites in a quiet residential setting.
We offer 2 comfortable lounges, our Corner View Cafe (which is open 24 hours a day), full service dining room (which can cater to any special diet), chapel, patio and activities room. Our hallways are spacious for wheelchair accessibility with handrails on each floor.
Our Retirement Suites are extremely spacious as we offer a range of choice accommodation from shared to private suites.
All of our suites include:
- A kitchenette with fridge, sink, and cupboards
- Ensuite 4 piece bathrooms (tub and shower) with safety grab bars. In addition our bathroom contains emergency telephone to contact 24 hour nursing staff.
- Cable TV outlet
- Telephone outlet
- Wall to wall carpeting
- Window that opens for fresh air
- Bedroom furniture consisting of bed, dresser, nightstand, table and one chair, or you can choose to bring your own furniture.
We offer a range of health services for our Conestoga Lodge residents. Nursing, house physician, and community services are included in your monthly rate. We can also provide more specialized care packages to meet your needs.
Our retirement home nursing services are exceptional. We provide 24 hour around the clock registered staff who will answer any questions you may have or ensure peace of mind. Our health care professionals carry the designation of RN (Registered Nurse) or RPN (Registered Practical Nurse). Both groups are members of the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Our services include:
- Nursing staff around the clock
- Medication administration
- Weekly assistance with bathing
- Escort to meals
- Meals trays as required
- Nightly bed security checks
- 24 hour emergency response
Our house Physician Dr John Mutrie visits our retirement home weekly and will take on our new residents as his patients, should you find the travel to your own doctor too difficult.
If care should become greater, then outside community agencies have partnered with Conestoga Lodge Retirement Residence to provide quality care. Agencies such as CCAC (Community Care Access Centers) and Care Partners will provide this care. Services are also available from other agencies such as the Canadian Cancer Society, the Canadian Institute for the Blind (CNIB) and the Alzheimer’s Society.
Special Packaged Services
We can create effective special care packages that work extremely well for additional routine care. Hopefully this service will not be needed, but be sure to ask, just in case.