Elgin-Middlesex-London Long-Term Care Homes Receive Funding Increase

Published on October 06, 2021

Long-term care homes in Elgin-Middlesex-London will be receiving  $2,924,527 to increase staff levels and increase direct care for residents. Local allocations are as follows:

 

  • Bobier Villa, in Dutton, will receive up to $203,040 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,243,608 annually more than their current funding.
  • Caressant Care on Bonnie Place, in St. Thomas, will receive up to $320,592for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $1,963,584 annually more than their current funding.
  • Caressant Care on Mary Bucke, in St. Thomas, will receive up to $170,985for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $1,047,252 annually more than their current funding.
  • Chartwell Aylmer Long Term Care Residence, in Aylmer, will receive up to $227,978 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025, the home will receive $1,396,332 annually more than their current funding.
  • Elgin Manor Home for the Aged, in St. Thomas, will receive up to $320,592 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $1,963,584 annually more than their current funding.
  • Extendicare Port Stanley, in Port Stanley, will receive up to $156,738 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $959,976 annually more than their current funding.
  • Terrace Lodge, in Aylmer, will receive up to $356,212 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $2,181,756 annually more than their current funding.
  • The Village of Glendale Crossing, in London, will receive up to $683,935 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $4,188,996 annually more than their current funding.
  • Valleyview Home, in St. Thomas, will receive up to $484,456 for additional staffing this year to increase the hours of direct care for residents. By the year 2024-2025,the home will receive $2,967,192 annually more than their current funding.