The province is providing over $3 million in funding for long-term care homes in our area.
The $3.25 million will go towards increasing staffing levels and to more direct care for residents and Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece says it’s part of his government’s commitment to ensure long-term care residents receive, on average, four hours of direct care per day by 2024-25.
Among the facilities receiving funding are Greenwood Court, Hillside Manor and Spruce Lodge Home for the Aged, all of which are in Stratford.
  • Caressant Care, in Listowel, will receive up to $149,612 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $916,332 annually more than their current funding.

  • Greenwood Court, in Stratford, will receive up to $160,298 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $981,792 annually more than their current funding.

  • Hillside Manor, in Stratford, will receive up to $220,852 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,352,700 annually more than their current funding.

  • Kingsway Lodge Nursing Home, in St. Marys, will receive up to $206,605 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,265,424 annually more than their current funding.

  • Knollcrest Lodge Limited, in Milverton, will receive up to $284,972 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,745,412 annually more than their current funding.

  • Mitchell Nursing Home, in Mitchell, will receive up to $142,491 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $872,712 annually more than their current funding.

  • Ritz Lutheran Villa, in Mitchell, will receive up to $302,784 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,854,504 annually more than their current funding.

  • Spruce Lodge Home for the Aged, in Stratford, will receive up to $441,710 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $2,705,388 annually more than their current funding.

 

  • Wildwood Care Centre, in St. Marys, will receive up to $213,731 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,309,056 annually more than their current funding.