Monday, December 4, 2023

Cornwall, Ontario’s New Long-Term Care Facility, Celebrates Its Opening

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Southbridge Cornwall brings 160 much needed beds to the province

A brand-new long-term care facility in Cornwall is now open to residents after completing construction. This is one component of the $6.4 billion pledge made by the Ontario government to construct over 58,000 brand-new and upgraded long-term care beds throughout the province by 2028.

The construction of Southbridge Cornwall began in December 2020, and today marks the arrival of the first residents. In Cornwall, the brand-new residence provides 160 modern, secure long-term care units. Southbridge Health Care is in charge of running the facility, which has a Southbridge Care Homes license.

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“Congrats to Southbridge Cornwall on the launch of their fresh out of the box new home. Paul Calandra, Minister of Long-Term Care, stated, “Our government is fixing long-term care, and one key part of that plan is building modern, safe, and comfortable homes for our seniors.” This new home is a huge achievement for the City of Cornwall and the Unified Provinces of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry – and implies that 160 occupants will have another spot to call home, close to their loved ones.”

Design enhancements for residents at Southbridge Cornwall include air conditioning throughout the home and larger resident common areas. The plan is based on ‘occupant home regions’ that establish a mutual climate for up to 32 inhabitants with feasting and movement regions, parlors and rooms.

Notwithstanding projects like Southbridge Cornwall, Ontario is supporting one more seven tasks in the City of Cornwall and the Assembled Regions of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, including the improvement of long haul care homes in Lengthy Sault, Maxville, Winchester, Alexandria and Lancaster. These eight projects will provide 359 brand-new and 697 upgraded long-term care beds throughout the region, for a total of 1,056 beds constructed in accordance with contemporary design standards.

To ensure that seniors in Ontario receive the high-quality care and quality of life they need and deserve now and in the future, the government is reforming long-term care. The arrangement is based on four support points: care and personnel; quality and compliance; building homes that are modern, safe, and comfortable; furthermore, associating seniors with quicker, more helpful admittance to the administrations they need.

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