Victoria Manor Family Council
Benefits for the family:
- Support and information for the families of new residents
- Ongoing mutual support-strength drawn from shared experiences
- Education and information related to the long-term care system
- A means to express concern and solve problems
Benefits for the Resident:
- Family input into decisions and changes
- Family and resident activities
- Meets needs through organized efforts
- Support residents who do not have concerned families or friends
Benefits for the facility:
- Two-way communication between the Home and families
- Family and community input to aid staff in problem solving and finding solutions
- Support on mutual issues and goals
Victoria Manor Family Council serves as a resource and advocacy group providing education and support to families at Victoria Manor.
The Family Council creates partnerships in providing quality care. Families and friends at Victoria Manor meet regularly to improve and enhance the care of our residents.
The Family Council holds regular meetings 4 times a year.
Information that helps you understand long-term care policy and the long-term care industry.
- What is an Accreditation Survey?
- What is a Ministry of Health Compliance Review?
- How is funding determined?
- What are resident’s rights?
- What about influenza?
- How can family help?
This type of information helps everyone make the right choices that influence and affect the quality of life for residents.
If you have any questions please contact one of the Family Council Members
Pat Herlihey (President) 705-799-7301
Noreen Moore (Secretary) 705-887-6213
Philip Payne 705-324-3003
Victoria Booth 705-324-5745
Joy Parliament 705-328-3479
or contact us at Victoria Manor, 705-324-3558