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  • Full Name: Heritage Place for Seniors
  • Location: 120 Crofton Rd. Salt Spring Island, BC
  • Phone: 250.537.8340

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    Heritage Place is a privately owned seniors’ housing village offering Independent and Assisted Living Services to Seniors over 65.

    Seniors who move in to Heritage Place early in their memory decline adjust very well to their new surroundings compared to seniors who wait until they are in crisis before moving. The ideal is for a senior to move in on an independent basis and then contract from a full menu of assisted living services as and when needed. Decisions are left to the public health system if a senior doesn’t make his/her own decision about future housing and health care before a crisis develops.

    What sets Heritage Place apart from publicly funded Assisted Living facilities?
    1. Heritage Place welcomes seniors with mild-moderate dementia. Government subsidized Assisted Living facilities no longer admit seniors with dementia.
    2. Couples may stay together living at Heritage Place if one spouse can make decisions for the other one with dementia. Couples are often separated in the public health system.
    3. Seniors living at Heritage Place usually never have to move again. Seniors living in an Independent Living facility may have to move again for more care.
    4. Heritage Place will advocate for a senior’s end of life wishes. Seniors may continue to live at Heritage Place when deemed palliative, ending their life’s journey in their own home.
    5. Heritage Place staff is trained to bring every resident back to the most independent that he/she can be. Residents at Heritage Place receive care and attention tailored to their needs, preferences, cultural and religious beliefs.

    The following hospitality package is included in the monthly rent at Heritage Place.
    Self-serve breakfast and home cooked evening meal
    All utilities including cable
    Weekly cleaning and linen laundry
    Personal use of laundry room
    Parking of cars and scooters
    On site mail pick-up and delivery
    Composting, garbage, recycling
    All maintenance, inside and out
    A wonderful calendar of concerts, exercise, games, crafts, Sunday service, etc.

    Assisted Living services are bundled and charged in 15 minute blocks of time at $8.50. Services available are dementia care, medication management, assistance with showering/grooming, incontinence care, tuck-in and wake-up, glucometer/blood monitoring assist, assistance with TED stockings, post-stroke, post-surgery recovery, companionship, personal laundry, lunch program, etc.

    There are 5 suite models, all wheel chair accessible and ground level with a private garden patio. A staff member on call for emergencies 24/7 lives on the second level of each House of 9 suites.

    There is a wait list at Heritage Place. There is no cost or obligation to be added to the list. If you decline to take a suite that becomes available, you will not lose your place. To be added to the list, you must 1) tour Heritage Place and 2) have your physician complete our medical questionnaire.

    To arrange a tour, please call Sandi Muller, Care Coordinator, at 250-537-8340 Tuesday – Saturday

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