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Organization: Fairmount Home - Long-Term Care Home  
Phone Numbers: 613-546-4264
Fax: 613-546-0489
Website: www.frontenaccounty.ca
Address:
2069 Battersea Rd
Glenburnie, ON
K0H 1S0
Intersection: Battersea Rd and Unity Rd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Daily 24 hours
Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Emily Shoniker - Director of Care
Service Description: 128-bed long-term care home * two Department of Veteran affairs (DVA) beds * 24-hour nursing and personal care * access to a doctor and other health professionals * secure Alzheimer's unit
  • bedding and furniture
  • laundry and housekeeping
  • meals
  • personal hygiene supplies
  • medical supplies and equipment (such as catheters, ostomy bags, or wound care supplies)
  • assistance with medication and activities of daily living
  • recreation and social programs

Long-Term Care Homes
Capacity: Fairmount Homes have 128 beds
Staff Ratio: 1:8 on day and 1:10 on evenings
Long-Term Care Beds
Long term Bed Type Private Beds(1 bed)   One bedroom with private bathroom
Semi-Private Beds(2 beds)   Semi private rooms only have one bed with shared bathroom
Basic/Standard/Ward Beds   Basic rooms have two beds with shared bath
Two Department of Veteran affairs (DVA) beds
Admissions
Admission Flexibility Same Day  
Evenings  
Weekends  
Tour Information   Call the office to schedule an appointment for a tour.
Designated Ethno/Religious Environment   There are non denominal services that place in the auditorium.
Notes: Weekday admissions are preferred. Admissions will be considered on the weekends if this benefits the individual.
Special Units/Programs
Special Units Alzheimer's Disease  
Notes: The home has a secure unit for Alzheimer's patients.
Resident Care Services
Level of Care Heavy  
Monitor Vitals  
Medication Administered  
Assistance Assistance With Activities Of Daily Living  
Catheter - In/Out  
Catheter - In-Dwelling  
Catheter - Suprepubic  
Continuous Blader Irrigation  
Drains - Drains (Care & Removal)  
Excretion Appliance - Ileostomy  
Excretion Appliance - Colostomy  
Excretion Appliance - Ileoconduit  
Feeding Tubes - G-Tube  
Feeding Tubes - J-Tube  
Feeding Tubes - N/G-Tube  
Feeding Tubes - PEG-Tube  
Intravenous Therapy  
Inhalation Therapy - Nebulizer  
Inhalation Therapy - C-Pap  
Inhalation Therapy - Tracheotomy Care  
Oxygen - Concentrator  
Oxygen - Liquid Continuous  
Suction - Oral Superficial  
Suction - Oral Throat  
Suction - Nasal  
Suction - Tracheal  
Transfer Aides - Trapeze Bar  
Wound Care - Wound Care  
Notes: Foot Care is available In-House. Incontinent Supply & Management is also available. Liquid Intermittent is also available.
There is a fee for foot care. Fairmount Home offers Snoozelin Therapy. End-of-life and treatment options are discussed with each resident and individual plans of care determined.
Staff and Therapies
Physician Resident Physician  
Regularly On-Site  
On-Call  
May Retain Own Physician  
Notes: Fulltime Nurse Practitioner on site five days/week
Physiotherapy Initial Assesment  
Direct Physiotherapy  
Physiotherapy Maintenance  
Active Rehabilitation  
Notes: Occupational Therapy is offered at this home three days a week.
Speech Therapy Consult Externally  
Facilities
Facility Structure Type   This home has two levels with an elevator.
Suites Couple In Same Room  
Private Room Can Be Shared   Rooms can be shared with a spouse depending on accommodations.
Phone Jack and/or Telephone  
Cable TV and/or TV  
Furniture Policy   Add own furniture to room. May add small iteams.
Notes: This home allows small furniture to be added to room, no large items like beds. Residents are responsible for their own phone, cable and air conditioner in their room.
Bathroom Ensuite Private  
Ensuite Shared  
Grab Bars  
Elevated Toilet Seat  
Bathroom Emergency Call System  
Central Dining Room  
Snack Area  
Meals Family Dining  
Special Diet  
Meal Tray Service   Meal tray services is induvidulized, based on the residents needs.
Meal Tray Service for III Residents Only   Flexible breakfast time
Notes: Medical diets can be considered. Cultural diets can be accommodated.
Security Alarmed  
Remote Tracking Bracelet  
Notes: Night checks are done nightly.
Lifestyle
Lifestyle Air Conditioning - In Common Areas  
Pets - Pets May Visit  
Alcohol - Alcohol At Doctors Discretion  
Alcohol - Pub/Social Event  
Smoking - Outdoors  
Notes: Pet Therapy is available.
Mobility Level Ambulatory  
Scooter  
Wheel Chair Manual  
Wheel chair Motor  
Notes: An internal driving test is required for scooters and motorized wheelchairs.
Personal Services
Personal Services Personal Laundry Services  
Laundry Machines  
Towel And Linen Service  
Housekeeping   (Daily, Weekly or Bi-weekly)
Hairdresses/Barber  
Mail Delivery  
Banking Service  
Telephone  
TV Lounge  
Entertainment  
Multipurpose Room  
Recreational Activities  
Library  
Garden  
Outings  
Tuck Shop  
There is a fee for Hairdresser or Barber. The office will hold small amounts of money in trust for nonresidents.

Fees: Rates set by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care * subsidies for basic rates may be available for eligible applicants
Application: Contact the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults who need long-term care * Local Health Integration Network care coordinators assess the needs of people who apply
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
South Frontenac and area  
See Also: Long-Term Care Homes
Residential Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias

This information was last completely updated on September 22, 2017

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