Grandview Lodge, 657 Lock Street West, Dunnville, Ontario, Canada, N1A 1V9
Phone: 905 774-7547
Fax: 905 774-1440
Grandview Lodge provides 24 hour-long term care to a diverse population ranging in age from 18 to over 100 years. Through a judicial use of contracted professionals and a committed team of management and staff, Grandview Lodge provides high quality services while remaining fiscally responsible. Grandview Lodge is a 128-bed home with four separate Resident Home Areas of 32 beds each. There are 4 private and 28 standard bedrooms in each area. In each home area there is a dining room, activation area, courtyard, spa room and nursing station for the 32 residents.
Accreditation Canada congratulates Grandview Lodge on meeting national standards of excellence in quality care and service.
Grandview Lodge provides a scent-reduced working and living environment. All scents that are known to cause health concerns for Residents, staff or visitors are prohibited in Grandview Lodge. These scents include but are not limited to plants, flowers, perfumes, hairsprays, air fresheners.
Grandview Lodge has the following to offer:
Nursing and Personal Care
- 24-hour nursing care under the supervision of RN
- A secure area for wandering residents (Creek View)
- Palliative care
- Provision of incontinence products
- Pharmacy services
- Family conferences
- Hairdresser/barber services (fee)
- Identification bracelets upon admission (fee)
- Dental Hygiene service
- Wanderguard departure alert system (provides easy-to-use and effective protection against resident wandering)
- RN/RPNs on site 24-hours per day dispensing medications, administering treatments and care plans
- On-site physician care
- Booking of referral appointments and procedures
- Transportation to and from appointments (fee)
- Medical supplies
- Lab services (on-site)
- Aberdeen Health & Community Foot Care services (fee)
- Specialized geriatric services (on-site by referral)
- Audiologist (on-site, fee)
- Denturist (fee)
- Mobile Dental Hygiene Services (all fees based on the Ontario Dental Hygiene guide)
- Speech therapist (by referral)
- Occupational therapist (by referral)
- Physiotherapist and 2 PTAs (on-site)
- Wheelchair/assistive devices (for exclusive use, resident must purchase their own)
- Private rooms located at the end of each resident home area, which offer a comfortable sitting area and easy access to the outdoors. They have a larger floor space, ensuite washroom, two windows and sitting area.
- Standard rooms offer a window view and wheelchair accessible washroom shared by 2 residents.
- All rooms offer built in armoires, side tables, beds and a chair.
- Cable/Internet access /Phone services available (fee) in each room.
- Memory boxes are located outside each resident room to showcase a cherished memento. Each memory box comes with a key.
- Bar fridges are allowed at the residents expense and personal upkeep is the responsibility of the resident and or family.
- Washer and dryer are available for residents wishing to do their own laundry.
Laundry, Housekeeping, Maintenance
Machine washing and drying of resident's personal clothing. Ironing and mending are available for a monthly fee. Housekeeping maintains a clean, pleasant and home-like environment. Maintenance staff are on-site to maintain a safe and healthy environment.
GVL offers full meal service including:
- 3 meals daily, snacks between meals and at bedtime
- Dietician on-site weekly
- Therapeutic diets, dietary supplements and assistive devices for feeding
- A relaxed and pleasurable dining atmosphere
Social, Recreation, and Physical Activities
- Shopping days both on and off site
- Personal shopper available for residents' individual needs
- Tuck Shop (daily)
- Library with computer access
- Outings provided with the staff
- Visiting pet therapy
- 2 pet cockatiels named “Sunshine” and “Ozzie”
- Pet cat “Montey” (Creek View/secure resident home area)
- Church service weekly on a rotating basis with local churches
- One to one visitation
- Library cart
- Interlink school programs
- Wide range of in house recreation programs
- Snoezelen Room (all 4 resident home areas)
- Special events which include but are not limited to:
- Ice cream socials
- Fall fair
- Family Day Picnic
- Seasonal and community events
- Alzheimer Society Walk for Memories
- Monthly birthday parties
- Weekly Pub Night
** One full-time Recreationist assigned for every home area (32 residents)
Grandview Lodge welcomes volunteers in many areas. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Kim Tamburri, Program Supervisor, at 905 774-7547, ext 233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council and Committees
The Residents' Council, Resident Food Committee and Family Council provide valuable input into the lives of GVL's residents.
Family Council Minutes
Resident Council Minutes
Grand Viewpoints is a monthly newsletter communicating to residents and family members pertinent information, upcoming events, etc. in regards to everyday life at GVL.
View the Grand Viewpoints newsletters
The Haldimand-Norfolk Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) will do an initial social and care level assessment and send a referral for placement to GVL. Grandview Lodge notifies CCAC of any bed vacancies.
You may contact CCAC for further details as to monthly costs by telephoning 1 866 790 4642.
Tours are available Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm. Please contact Martina Collingridge, Unit Clerk, at 905 774-7547, ext 227, and leave a message to include your name and telephone number.
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Resident and Family Information Booklet
This handbook is designed to inform new Residents and their families what to expect when living at Grandview Lodge, and may also be used in the future as a reference.
15 Minute Video; all your questions answered on long term care.
This video "A Day Of Life" allows seniors to have an understanding of what to expect when coming into Long Term Care. Information covers three specific topics: managing personal and financial affairs, what to expect when living in long term care and how to prepare yourself for a successful transition.to long term care. This information is conveyed by professionals, staff and as well as seniors being interviewed sharing their experiences.