Morgan Place – caring the family way. Our residents and staff are part of one family.
We apply a resident-centered approach to all aspects of care and aim to provide a safe, comfortable homey environment that enhances quality of life. Input from residents’ families are welcomed and encouraged.
English is the main spoken language although we have staff who are able to communicate in Punjabi, Spanish and Tagalog. We strive to maximise the dining experience through interaction and plating meals at the table.
|Room features and personalization||We provide a bed, built-on closet, dresser, nightstand, chair, linens, towels and curtains.
Residents may bring their own television set and telephone as well as personalize their rooms with wall hangings and additional pieces of furniture. Subject to available space.
|Accessibility||Basic wheelchairs are provided by Morgan Place. Electric wheelchairs owned by residents may be permitted subject to an individualized safety assessment by the Occupational Therapist.|
|Security||Access is through the main entrance and exit is keypadded. All other exterior doors are alarmed. The interior as well as exterior of the building are monitored by a camera security system. A wanderguard system is established for residents at risk for elopement.|
|Smoking||Morgan Place is a smoke-free building. Recreational cannabis use is prohibited.|
|Location information||Situated in the Morgan Creek residential community. Morgan Creek Golf and Country Club is next door. A shopping mall, restaurants, coffee shops and banks are a 5 minute drive away. The nearest bus stop is a 10 minute walk away.|
|Additional site features||Morgan Place has an inner courtyard that is secure. It is accessible from all areas on the ground floor and well used by residents with their visitors.|
|Parking and transportation||We have 59 parking stalls including two handicap stalls available for visitors and staff.|
|Social and recreation programs||We offer a wide range of social and recreational activities including organized outings in our own bus. Programs that are popular with residents include the music programs of different genres and the restorative program supervised by physiotherapists.|
|Spiritual program||Non-denominational pastoral care is provided weekly in groups, or individual visits by request. Memorial services are provided monthly.|
|Pets||We have three fish tanks in the building and an on-site cat “Mikey”. Our residents enjoy weekly visits by pet dogs from our neighborhood.|
|Medical assistance in dying||On-site assessment available.|
|Hairdressing||An independent hair dresser provides hair dressing services in a custom built hair salon for a modest fee depending on type of service.|
|Foot and nail care||An independent foot care nurse provides foot care services for a fee every 6 to 8 weeks.|
|Additional services||An independent Mobile Dental Service comes bi-monthly. Arrangements are made directly between the dental service and resident/family.|
Clients must meet Home and Community Care requirements and criteria for admission. A health care needs assessment will be completed to confirm eligibility. See website for more information.
Referral by case manager at a Home and Community Care office is required. To access service call the Home Health Service Line for more information; do not contact the care home directly.
There is a monthly accommodation fee; additional fees may apply for incidental services.