Complex Continuing Care is a higher level of care than what is provided by Long-Term Care Centres and other nursing facilities. Generally, residents require 24-hour nursing care and access to complex medical and diagnostic services not offered elsewhere. Residents may have physical, cognitive or behavioural conditions that limit their ability to live independently in the community.
Service available for adults with physical, cognitive or behavioural problems that limit their ability to live independently. All patients require complex medical and nursing care and a range of diagnostic and therapy services.
Conditions may include acquired brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and dementia.
Open catchment area
Complex continuing care
All of our services are subject to a daily co-payment fee set by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. This charge for accommodation applies to all complex continuing care facilities in Ontario. Preferred accommodation available for an additional fee.
Medical referral is required.
Complex Continuing Care improves the quality of life for those affected by chronic injury or illness.
Rising rates of chronic or degenerative illnesses will mean more and more people will require ongoing or long-duration complex medical and therapeutic care to live a full life.
This program offers specialized services, including:
Complex Medical Service, Hemodialysis Service, Low-tolerance, Long-duration (LTLD) Rehabilitation Service, Respite Care, Palliative Care