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Visiting a loved one in long term care

Families, visitors and loved ones play an important role in our residents’ quality of life and provide valuable caregiving and emotional support.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its course, Revera’s protocols on visitation in our long term care homes are evolving too, guided by provincial and regional Public Health authorities. As each province is in a different phase of pandemic planning, each has its own set of rules about visiting seniors in congregate living settings, which Revera must uphold.

For full and specific visitation guidelines at each home, please connect directly with the home. Please remember to follow ALL visitation guidelines, which are designed to help keep our residents and staff safe.

Visitation guidelines in our homes and residences are frequently changing based on government regulations in each province, and with the resurgence of a new and challenging variant of COVID-19. For the most recent COVID-19 updates and guidance in your province, including visitation, please visit the website of your provincial public health authority or Ministry of Health. If you have any specific questions related to visiting a loved one, please contact that home or residence.

 

If you have questions about visiting your loved one, please reach out directly to the Executive Director.