Colville Manor

Colville Manor

About Colville Manor

Colville Manor is a 52-bed long-term care facility located in Souris, Prince Edward Island.

There are four households (Lupin Lane, Lady Slipper Lane, Apple Blossom Lane and Cranberry Lane), each with 13 residents. Every household has a kitchen, dining room, living room, fireplace and sunroom available to residents and family. Each resident has their own private room and washroom.

One respite bed is available at Colville Manor.

For further information about the facility, view the Colville Manor information booklet [PDF | 922 KB].

What is the admission process?

You or your loved one’s individual care needs will be evaluated through a standard health assessment.

Generally, there are three types of service:

  • Short-term – for respite, to provide short-term relief to caregivers; or restorative, to provide the care required so the individual can return to their home and community.
  • Long-term – for permanent care, however, individuals can be discharged if their condition improves and they so desire.
  • Day residents – delivered by Home Care, individuals can come to the manor for services, as needed. For example: century tub baths, meals, day program, etc.

For further information on the assessment process, eligibility and cost, please visit Long-Term Care or contact the Long-Term Care Admissions Coordinator by calling the Home Care Office at (902) 687-7096. For financial questions or arrangements, contact the Long-Term Care Financial Intake Worker at (902) 687-7090.

What services are offered?

Services provided at Colville Manor include:

  • Nursing Services;
  • Medical Services;
  • Dental Care;
  • Podiatry Services (foot care);
  • Occupational Therapy;
  • Physiotherapy; and
  • Nutritional Services.

What activities are offered?

Colville Manor offers coordinated activities to meet your physical, social, spiritual, and emotional needs. These can involve both individual and group activities. Some examples of activities provided include: exercise classes, birthday parties, tea socials, movies, bingo, crafts, seasonal events, van rides, Sunday Dinner Program, etc.

Religious services are also offered each week in the chapel:

Roman Catholic:  Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.
   Protestant:          Friday, 10:00 a.m.

Chapel facilities are also available to use for other denominations.

Are there visiting hours?

To support a home-like environment, family and friends are welcome and encouraged to visit at anytime, and as often as possible.

Can I volunteer?

Volunteers play an important role in enhancing the quality of life of our residents. To inquire about how to become a volunteer at Colville Manor, call (902) 687-7090.

Can I make a donation to Colville Manor?

The Colville Manor gratefully accepts donations. These contributions are used to purchase materials and equipment that will enhance the residents’ quality of life that are not available through other sources of funding.

How do I contact Colville Manor?

Colville Manor
20 MacPhee Avenue
PO Box 640
Souris, PE   C0A 2B0

Telephone:  (902) 687-7090
Fax:  (902) 687-7103

 

Published date: 
March 16, 2016
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