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Entrance and Great Room
The State Street entrance to Fairview Manor has a dedicated parking area for 15 vehicles. Entrance doors are equipped with a security system to protect residents’ safety. The Great Room has a double-sided gas fireplace, piano, library, computer workstations and Worship Room for church services.
Fairview Manor has four home units, two on each floor. Each home unit has 28 residents. On the ground floor, the Garden Walk unit is home to residents who need lighter care and Maple Grove is home to residents with memory loss. On the second floor, Old Mill Place and Heritage House are home to residents needing all levels of care. In addition to residents’ rooms, each home unit has its own dining room, living room, activity room, kitchenette, spa room and nursing care centre.
Residents are encouraged to make their rooms as home-like as possible. In the interests of safety, we do ask residents to talk to staff about any changes to their rooms and furnishings. There are 40 private rooms, each with its own washroom. All other rooms have two beds each and a shared washroom. These rooms have a large vestibule and a dividing wall that extends about threequarters of the room’s width, affording more privacy and providing space for two large closets. Call buttons are located in every bedroom and washroom. When a resident calls for assistance, the signal goes directly—and quietly—to pagers carried by staff. Bedroom windows are equipped with roller blinds. Each window also has a pane that opens, letting in fresh air. Each bedroom has a large washroom with a sliding door, making it easy to enter with a wheelchair or walker. There are safety bars beside each toilet and grab bars on every wall, to maximize safety. On the wall outside the door to each bedroom is a memory box with a lockable glass door. The memory boxes display residents’ photos and other keepsakes.
Restorative Care Room
The Manor’s second floor includes the Restorative Care Room, which is where residents exercise and receive help with mobility problems. It also houses the Life Enrichment Office, where staff members plan programs and activities to ensure each resident has the most independence and best quality of life.
The beautifully landscaped courtyard has raised flowerbeds and a covered gazebo equipped with electricity, water and natural gas, permitting residents to listen to music and enjoy barbecues and other outdoor activities. Part of the courtyard is secure, so that residents with memory loss can enjoy it safely.
Dining, Living, Activity and Spa Rooms
Residents dine at tables of four. The servery in each dining room has a toaster, microwave and coffee maker, so residents can make their own snacks if they wish. The dining rooms open to patios on the ground floor and to wide balconies on the second floor, permitting residents to eat outside on nice days. Each living room is furnished with sofas, high- and low-backed chairs and rocker-recliners. Each one also has an electric fireplace, wide-screen TV and entertainment unit, providing a comfortable place for residents to socialize. Activity rooms in each home unit have a fridge, stove and microwave for baking, canning crafts and other activities. Spa rooms have up-to-date hot tub and shower equipment, making bathing safe and easy.