FAQ’S

 

How long is your wait list?


Please contact the social worker at 943-4424 ext. 9 for an approximate wait time to come and live at Calvary Place.


 

What kinds of activities are offered?


Our activity therapists offer a wide variety of activities and programs. Please click on the calendar page for an example.



How much does it cost to live at Calvary Place?


The cost of living in any personal care home in Manitoba is determined by income. Click on the following link for more information from Manitoba Healthwww.gov.mb.ca/health/pcs/index.html. For more detailed information and to calculate your per diem rate, click on the following link:http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/pcs/manual.html



Do you have single rooms?


Yes, Calvary Place has only single rooms. We also have ten sets of adjoining rooms for couples.



How does someone get on your wait list?


Please click on the following link for information on how to begin the process of putting your name down on a wait list http://www.wrha.mb.ca/ltc/access.php

 


Can family members bring in food?


Yes, family members and friends are welcome to bring in food and snacks for residents as long as the food is compliant with the resident’s diet.



What are your visiting hours?


Family members and friends can visit Calvary Place at any time. The doors are locked after 9:00 pm and visitors will be required to use the buzzer to gain entrance.

 


Are your units divided by care needs?


Yes. We have five units which accommodate residents with various levels of care needs. Our memory loss unit caters to residents who require a secure environment.

 


Do you have doctors on site?


Upon admission, residents are usually assigned to one of our two doctors who come to Calvary Place on a regular basis. In order to remain under the care of your current physician, he/she must be willing to visit regularly and must be readily available to staff (via phone or fax).