Care & Services
Our dietary staff member is one of the first people you will meet when you join us at Supples Landing. She will assist you in determining specific food requirements, explaining the menu procedure, and arranging seating in our formal dining room.
Foot Care Services
A Foot Care Clinic, is available to all residents on a weekly basis. Our administration office will be more than happy to set up an appointment for you.
Mail is delivered Monday to Friday (except statutory holidays) to your personal mail box located in the lobby area of our facility.
To enhance the quality of services and programs provided by Supples Landing, a Resident's Council has been established. This is an informally structured organization, representing all of the residents at Supples Landing, with the purpose of being a channel of communication relating needs, opinions and ideas between the Council and Management.
The Resident's Council meets regularly and minutes of the meeting are recorded. Residents who attend the meetings will be provided with a copy of these minutes. Active participation is encouraged and family members are also invited to attend. There is no membership fee, and all residents are automatically accepted as members.
Our Housekeeping Supervisor meets with each resident upon admission to explain the schedule and procedures for housekeeping services. You will be asked to sign a consent form, giving our staff the permission to enter your suite in your absence.
Our housekeeping attendants will visit your suite on a weekly basis to provide a thorough cleaning including:
Supples Landing offers once weekly laundry service of bed linens and towels (excluding bath/floor mats, shower curtains, comforters and blankets) to all residents.
We are also happy to provide a personal laundry service in which your items will be picked up once per week, and returned to you, clean and folded, the same day.
Books are available in the activity room on a sign-out basis. Books are to be renewed bi-weekly.
Visitor parking is available at the front and to the rear of the building. A designated parking space equipped with a plug-in can be assigned to new residents who own vehicles. Residents are responsible for the maintenance of their own vehicles.
For those residents who do not drive, the Pembroke Handi-Bus is a door-to-door service, provided in collaboration with the Friends of the Disabled Project and Supples Landing. The Handi-Bus is available for transportation to appointments, shopping etc. At least one day advance notice is required. An application must be filled out at the administration office or with your family physician to use this service.
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