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Since 1965, Carveth Care Centre has been providing quality Long term Care and Assisted Living Services in Gananoque, Ontario. Carveth Care Centre offers an active, affordable lifestyle for retired seniors as well as high quality accomodations for residents that require continued long term care.

Family Fun Day
Carveth Care Centre's Annual Family Fun Day has a cool look this year to match our Canada 150 activities. Please join us for WILD CANADA from 1:30 - 3:30 pm on Aug. 23. It's going to be an incredible afternoon of music, refreshments, games and activities. To RRSP (Admission is free!), please call 613-382-4752 ext. 107. Everyone welcome - We'll see you there!
Fall Open House at Carveth Retirement Lodge
A retirement home in Gananoque is showcasing its award winning programs and services at an open house this fall. Carveth Retirement Lodge, an accredited retirement home in the Thousand Islands, is opening its doors to the public on Sept. 24 from 1 to 4 pm. The open house is part of a province-wide initiative by the Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) to showcase amenities for people looking for assisted living. The open house will also introduce residents and dedicated & dynamic staff. Featuring the taste, sound and beauty of Canada,…
Laughter is the best medicine for this nurse
Vicky Truesdell likes to tell the truth, work with laughter and love with heart. Working as a Registered Practical Nurse at Carveth Care Centre for the past 12 years, the health care professional smiles when asked about herself. Dressed in a flowered shirt and blue scrub pants, she looks relaxed on a day that is uncommonly warm for late August. Vicky has graciously stopped her paperwork in the long-term care home to talk about her life and job. Her words feel almost reluctant, a typical response from someone blessed with…
This PSW was born with his heart on his sleeve and a fire in his soul
For sensitive people like Mike Watson, every word, action and energy goes straight to the heart. “My downfall is that I care so much, it affects me as a person,” says the soft-spoken 44-year-old in the fall of 2017. Wearing blue scrubs and running shoes, the Personal Support Worker (PSW) takes a minute from his busy job at Carveth Care Centre to accept the home’s Employee of the Month award for October. A single father of one, Mike radiates energy and happiness. He smiles often which is surprising for a…
Volunteers are a vital part of Carveth Care Centre.   Through the generous donation of their time and compassion we are able to expand vital programs and promote our link to the community.   Many of our volunteers are family members and members of our community.   A great way for families to bond bond together is to volunteer together.   Our volunteers play a very important role in our everyday lives, offering residents companionship and community involvement. Our Auxiliary hold fundraisers regularly to make sure every resident is remembered…
Our Ministerial Association and Spiritual Advisors contribute to a multi-cultural and diverse spiritual group. They help to ensure that you and your family members come to terms with important issues that you face as your family member settles into their new home. Multi-denominational religious services are held where residents can come together as a group , yet also provide one-on-one care in the privacy of the residents room. Our Spiritual advisers and Ministerial Association can offer exceptional insight to assist the care team in understanding and caring for your family…
Residents Council exists for all residents to participate in. This gives each resident the opportunity to address any concerns they may have at all to do with the home. These meetings are also held for menu planning on a regular basis. Residents get together and plan their menu's for the dietary department to put together for them.The Residents Council meets regularly to ensure that the residents and families social, emotional and physical needs are met. All issues are taken seriously and resolved in a timely fashion by department heads or…
The Family Council is an organized, self led, self determining, democratic group of family and friends of our residents.   In 2004 the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care acknowledged the importance of the work of Family Councils by approving annual funding for the Provincial Family Council Program.  Our Council meets regularly to ensure that the residents and families social, emotional and physical needs are met. All issues are taken seriously and resolved in a timely fashion by department heads or management. Please check our calendar of events for…

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