How to Get Started

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Step 1: Understand what you need

Think about whether you have any health needs that require special services or resources such as a mechanical lift, a special mattress, or a quiet and private room. Consider whether you prefer private or shared accommodations.

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Step 2: Engage your Local Health Integration Network or Health Authority

In Ontario, you can apply for long-term care through your Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). Find your LHIN on their website

In British Columbia, you can apply for government-subsidized long-term/residential care through your local health authority, or pay for them privately. For more information on how these two differ, visit our accommodations page or our FAQ page.

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Step 3: Find and tour long-term care communities

Learn more about what we offer. Please give us a call or request a tour through our website.

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