LACGH Supportive Living is a seniors residential housing complex located in the LENADcO building adjacent to the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital. This Newly constructed complex contains individual apartments and ample common spaces for socialization.
Supportive Living is located in a medical services hub, including Paul’s Pharmacy, dentist office, hearing clinic, physiotherapy clinic, LifeLabs and various Physician Offices. All residents have in-building key card access to all of these services.
Our facility contains nineteen (19) one-bedroom apartments and one (1) studio suite at an average size of 620 square feet. All units are unfurnished, giving each resident the opportunity to personalize their space and make it feel like home. Each unit has a spacious kitchenette equipped with a fridge, microwave, dishwasher and apartment-sized stove. All utilities are included with rent.
In addition to the private suites, there are several common areas available for resident use, including an activities room and Media room suitable for larger gatherings, as well as two smaller social lounges. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available in each wing. The facility is ground level, fully accessible, with personal outside patio space for most units.
Residents in Supportive Living are provided with limited PSW support based on their own unique needs. Eligibility assessments are conducted by Home and Community Care, LACGH social work and the Supportive Living manager. Our goal is to create an environment that provides clinical and non-clinical services custom-designed to foster personal development and autonomy. Residents will be actively engaged in decision-making regarding available services and the goals of care.
We hope that you will find your home here at Supportive Living. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our staff. We would be more than happy to assist you.
About Supportive Living
What to expect from tour, to lease signing, to move in.
Touring our facility.
When arriving at our facility at your scheduled appointment time , you will be greeted by one of our staff and will be required to complete Covid-19 screening. You will then have the opportunity to meet with our Supportive Living manager and learn about all the services we have to offer, and answer any questions you may have.
Inquiring residents and families will be taken on a tour of the entire facility and given the opportunity to see all three of our suite-style (given unit availability).
After a successful Home and Community Care assessment, you will be contacted by the Supportive Living Manager to set up a date for your lease signing.
During your lease signing, you will have the chance to make supportive living your official new home as well as see your unit and start envisioning your space.
After lease signing, you will set up your move-in date and let the excitement begin.
Please bring any banking information with you.
Congratulations!!! We are so excited to have you call Supportive Living home. We understand that moving comes with a lot of emotions and often times anxiety. The Staff at Supportive Living will be here to help you every step of the way.
All units come unfurnished, giving each resident the chance to make their space feel like home. We encourage all residents to bring their own curtains, curtain rods, bath mats and apartment size pans for the stove.
Each resident will be required to quarantine upon move in for a set period of time depending on their vaccination status (max two weeks).
Please be reminded that this may be a smaller space than you are used to, please bring furniture suitable for the space to avoid clutter.
Photos of facility
Supportive living is located on the South East wing of the LENADcO building. If yo any question please call our supportive living manger at
613- 354 -7900
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for Supportive Living?
Each potential resident will be assessed using a customized Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) assessment by Home and Community Care based on the following assessment criteria:
- Eligible for OHIP coverage
- Over 65 years of age
- Independent with finances or requiring assistance from a Power of Attorney
- Mobilize independently, with cane, walker or self-propelled wheelchair
- Requires scheduled support for activities of daily living
- No cognitive issues ie. confusion or dementia
- Does not present any behavioural issues such as wandering, verbal or physical abuse, sexually inappropriate behaviour or disrobing
- Client memory allows for independent or modified independence
- No pets
Why choose Supportive Living ?
Supportive Living is a unique residential housing complex. The newly built facility was created with residents in mind. Each unit is completely private and entirely yours, with large common spaces for community activities. We are attached to a central health hub equipped with a; doctor’s office, pharmacy, physio, hearing aid clinic, life labs, and dentist. We have very experienced PSW staff that are on-site from 8 am to 8 pm every day. We acknowledge that having autonomy over decisions is essential and we actively include residents in the decision-making process. From daily programming to larger decisions, residents will have the opportunity to voice their opinions. Both residents and staff actively work towards creating an inclusive and welcoming community that feels like home. Through recreation programming and community events, Residents have the opportunity to foster friendships that will last a lifetime. We are committed to maximizing your ability to live independently and hope that supportive living will feel like home.
What services can we provide ?
Services we provide
- Up to 45 minutes of personalised PSW support daily
- Recreation Activities (socials, games, fitness groups and many more.)
- Garbage Removal
- Meal prep
- Outsourced foot care
- Outsourced housekeeping available
- Outsourced hair care available
Services we are unable to provide.
- 24 hour nursing care
- Mental health and addiction support
- Dementia Support
What is included in the rental cost?
- All units are unfurnished and contain a kitchenette equipped with a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, and stove.
- Coin operated laundry facilities are available in each wing.
- The facility is ground level, fully accessible with personal outside patio space for most units.
- Utilities: Wireless internet, heat, air conditioning, water, hydro, sewer and trash removal
- Access to on site recreation areas including
- Activity room
- Large Screen television lounge
- Lounge with fireplace
- Access to an on-site leisure activity coordinator and personal support services.
- Opportunity to purchase additional support services (For example: deep cleaning)
What additional measures and precautions are being taken during the COVID-19 pandemic
As we continue to live through unprecedented times, we are committed to assessing every risk and adhering to all provincial, regional and federal orders, restrictions, safety measures and recommendations. Staff and Residents in the Supportive Living complex will follow Public Health Ontario guidelines for Congregate Living Settings.
To ensure the safety of the staff and residents at supportive living there are additional precautions that are being taken:
- Anyone entering the building are required to complete Covid-19 screening by staff and wear a provided medical grade mask.
- Tours are limited to 3 people including the inquiring resident
- Everyone must practice social distancing and wherever possible keep six-feet between themselves and others.
- All high touch surfaces will be frequently be wiped down.
- Physical distancing must be practiced in all hallways, laundry rooms and other common areas
Understanding the mandatory isolation
For Fully Immunized residents, a lab-based PCR test is required within 24 hours of resident move in. The individual will be placed on isolation till test results are received.
For Partially Immunized residents, a lab PCR test is required within 24 hours of move in. Residents will then be placed in isolation for a minimum of 10 days. In order for residents to be released from isolation on day 10 a second negative PCR test will be required on day 8 of isolation.
For Un-immunized residents, a lab PCR test is required within 24 hours of resident move in. Residents will then be required to isolate for 14 days with a second negative PCR test on day 12 of isolation.