After the resident has settled into their room, devoted and trained staff will watch over their health, comfort and security on a daily basis, 24 hours per day.
The nursing care team provides individualized care to the senior in order to meet his or her specific needs.
A registered nurse, Sylvia Smith, offers professional foot care to our residents.
Dr. Sanjiv Anand is attached to the Manor and comes in once a week to check on residents’ health, as required. Of course, residents are also free to choose their own attending physician.
We are regular clients of Lawtons Drugs on Elmwood Drive. Mike Trueman is a pharmacist and also the manager. (Medication comes from another Lawtons facility on St. George Street.) Manor residents can benefit from several advantages through Lawtons:
Meals are served in the dining room unless a resident’s state of health makes this impossible. We are open to any of the residents’ suggestions regarding the menu and, as much as possible, we will serve their selections.
For first-floor residents:
For second-floor residents:
There are always two meal choices and three dessert choices.
Special diets are followed.
Vegetables are always steamed in order to preserve as many vitamins as possible.
The following beverages and snacks are available at all time: tea, coffee, juice, bottled water, fruit, muffins, various cookies, bread and cereal.
We encourage family members (maximum of two) to come and eat with their relative for a modest fee. We need to be informed at least two hours before the meal.
Conscientious employees perform housekeeping daily on both floors.
Laundry is done at least once a week or as needed.
We do not require that the family identifies the resident’s clothing as all residents’ clothing is washed separately.
A hairdresser is on-site all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays and provides hair-care services to women and men.
Currently, a resident of the Manor provides this service to other residents for a fee.
Mail for first-floor residents is distributed directly to their room each weekday or is given to the family. Residents from the second floor will be given a key for their room’s mailbox located in the building’s front lobby.
We will take care of posting residents’ mail. Regular mail stamps for Canadian and U.S. destinations are sold in the Administrative Assistant’s office at the reception.
The Manor has a library for those who enjoy reading. Books are exchanged once a month by the Moncton Public Library. Residents can order special books (certain titles, authors or large-print books). Books are available in French and in English.