The comfort and care of our residents coming to the end of their life journey is our primary concern.  Therefore we need to ensure adequate staffing levels and the health and safety of our care team. 


Following advice from the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Ontario, we have implemented the following guidelines to minimize exposure to respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19 and to ensure that we have adequate staffing levels to provide quality care:

  • As of December 26th, residents may have one (1) primary visitor.

  • Each resident may have one (1) primary spiritual support person (faith community leader) who may visit in full PPE.

  • Outdoor visits are on hold, window visits continue to be pre-arranged with staff.

  • Anyone entering the building, including staff, will undergo a complete screening that includes temperature checks. Staff and visitors must wear at least a cloth mask into the building, and will be given clinical masks upon screening.

  • Visitors who do not pass the screening will not be permitted to visit whether they are considered essential or not.

  • Video-calling (e.g. Skype, etc.) can be set up as an alternate means of communication; please contact us in advance to set this up. 

  • Our in-house volunteer program as well as the bereavement support group are suspended until further notice.

  • Visiting volunteers will keep in touch via phone and where possible, online and will communicate any concerns to the Hospice clinical team.

  • All in-person meetings and training sessions have been cancelled.

  • We appreciate your understanding as we navigate through this challenging situation.


Further updates will be shared as they become available on our website and our Facebook page.

Please feel free to contact us at 519-508-4900 or

Dated: December 29, 2020

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