Fraserview Intermediate Care Lodge

Residential care in Richmond

Fraserview Intermediate Care Lodge

The Fraserview Intermediate Care Lodge opened in 1970, most of this 105-bed building is a single storey with a completely secured inner courtyard with landscaping, fountain, fish pond and heated gazebo.

Over the years, Fraserview has expanded its services in a caring, home-like environment for intermediate and extended care residents to promote aging in place.

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Building amenities

2 enclosed secured gardens – 1 large garden with heated gazebo and walking pathways, and 1 courtyard garden.

Language, culture, religious affiliations

English and other language e.g. Chinese (Mandarin & Cantonese).

Accreditation status

Accredited in 2004-2006. New accreditation in process and to be completed in November 2011.

Philosophy of care

Provide leading edge, comprehensive care and services to the Fraserview Community in a supportive, caring and safe environment with professional, dedicated caring staff. Maintaining individuality, dignity and respect for all stakeholders, a place to call home.

Type of accommodation

33 private and 38 semi-private beds


Residents pay 80% of their after tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation. Minimum and maximum rates apply. There may be other costs not included in the resident contribution. For more information on costs, please refer to the Information on Residential Care guide.

Special recreation opportunities

Customized recreation programs that meet the physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs of all the residents as well as the dementia care residents. Music and Art Therapy, bus trips, etc. are part of our recreation activities.


All wheelchair accessible.

Motorized scooter policy

Motorized scooters/wheelchairs are allowed after a risk assessment has been completed to determine the safety of the individual as well as the other residents.

Pet policy

No pet allowed on permanent basis; however families & visitors are welcome to bring pets in for visits.

Smoking policy

No smoking.

Safety/security features

Security codes and cameras at entrances and exits.

Neighbourhood/community amenities

Within walking distance of South Arm Community Centre and parks. Easy access to bus route on Williams Road.

Facility-specific restrictions