Renovations taking place at Bayfield Manor in Kemptville are close to being finished. VP of the Seniors’ Advocacy & Strategic Partnerships, Beryl Collingwood, says they are pleased with the progress on the project and are expecting to welcome residents to their new home this summer.
Southbridge Kemptville will be a three-storey, 160 bed long-term care home with five resident home areas housing thirty two residents each.
The following health care services will be available in the new home: Professional health care staff 24/7 , ongoing health monitoring, medication administration, assistance with daily activities as required, fully qualified personal support workers and registered staff, medical care by physicians providing services in house, pharmacy services, palliative care, nutritious meals and snacks, including seasonal favourites, a variety of activities available daily, physiotherapy services, dietician services, assistance in securing dental and eyecare services in house as available, contracted diagnostic supports available in-house (i.e. bloodwork services, access to x-rays/ ultrasound as available).
The main floor will host a large programming space for events and gatherings, a physiotherapy fitness room, wellness lounge, worship/theatre, interactive games wall and more.
Each resident home area will have double accommodation suites and private resident suites, a spa room, activity room, computer lounge/library, resident family lounge, a large dining room and access for all residents to outdoor areas.
“Bayfield Manor has been in the Kemptville community for a number of years. We have always found the community to be a very welcoming community to us and for the seniors who have chosen Kemptville as their home” says Beryl.