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May's Place Hospice details

Philosopy of care

Hospice care refers to physical, emotional and spiritual care offered to people who are living with or dying from advanced illness. The focus of care at May’s Place is on providing comfort and improving quality of life.

Health services

Staffed 24 hours a day with registered nurses and care aides. A social worker is available to help residents and families access resources and meet their psychosocial needs. Hospice physicians visit daily throughout the week and are on-call on the weekend.

We work closely with other health professionals, such as physiotherapists and social workers in the Home Hospice Program. There are also a number of volunteers available to provide companionship and support.

Mobility equipment & aids

Accessible to wheelchairs and walkers.

Community amenities

Close to local grocers, coffee shops and community facilities.

Furnishings

Each room is equipped with a hospital bed, telephone and television.

Food service

Three full meals are prepared daily along with snacks and access to beverages.

Housekeeping & laundry

Housekeeping and laundry are provided.

Personal belongings

There is limited space to store personal belongings but residents are encouraged to bring items they need and to personalize their rooms.

Cost

As mandated by the Ministry of Health Services, hospice residents are charged a flat minimum monthly rate. If your stay is less than the full month, the amount that you pay will be prorated. If you or your family are unable to afford this fee, your financial situation can be assessed to see if you qualify for a temporary rate reduction.

Safety & security features

Located in a secured building with a video/buzzer entry system.

Visiting hours

Regular visiting hours are from 10am to 10pm. Family and friends are welcome to visit outside these hours when arranged with staff.

Visitor parking

Metered street parking is available.

Language, culture or religious affiliation

The facility’s population is multicultural and English is predominantly the spoken language.

We can arrange for spiritual support for various denominations, or you may invite your own spiritual advisor to visit you as you wish.

Smoking policy

Smoking is permitted in a designated area. Common areas and private rooms are smoke-free.

Pet policy

We cannot accommodate pets to stay; however, pet visits can be arranged.

Restrictions

None

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