Bethany Lodge has provided homelike Christian care for seniors since 1970. It is licensed and operates under the authority of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. The Lodge offers 128 beds divided into 4 separate neighbourhoods, each fully equipped with a dining room, lounges and activity areas.
Medical and Personal Care
- 24-hour nursing care
- 3 visiting Physicians‚ 24-hour on-call coverage
- Onsite Dentistry‚ Podiatry and Physiotherapy
- Hearing aid and mobility aids services
Recreation & Programs
The Life Enrichment team provides exciting activities‚ outings and special events. Residents have discovered new hobbies and enjoy keeping active.
Bethany’s Chefs create 3 delicious meals and snacks daily. The dietician ensures the individual dietary needs of the residents are being satisfied.
Housekeeping and Laundry
The friendly team in environmental services keep a clean, well-maintained home. All linens and residents’ personal laundry is cared for.
Other Resident Services
The inviting Corner Cafe is a favourite place to catch up on the news, enjoy a coffee or have a visit. You will sometimes see clothing providers who come and set up shop several times a year, a mobile library or occasionally beautiful artwork done by the residents during the art show. The hairdresser is conveniently located on the main floor next to the Corner Cafe. Guests enjoy complimentary parking when visiting Bethany.
How to Apply
Application for residence in Bethany Lodge must be made through Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) who are responsible for the application process to Bethany Lodge and to all other Long Term Care Facilities in the province‚ that are funded by the Ministry of Health.
Once the application process is complete‚ the LHIN coordinator is responsible for monitoring the availability and managing the waiting list until a placement becomes available.
The rates for new residents effective July 1‚ 2019 are as follows
An application for rate reduction is available for residents in the Lodge (basic rooms only). The reduction is income-dependent according to a formula established by the Ministry of Health.
Contacting the CCAC