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.
Older adults with complex medical, cognitive and psychosocial needs. Adults with mild to advanced dementia. Adults who meet admission criteria for Complex Continuing Care.