The Terrace Club in Orleans, ON.
Did you know that the senior care services at Forest Valley Terrace and the city of Orleans have a lot in common? For starters both have a small neighborhood charm and pride themselves on the engaging assisted living amenities offered to senior living residents. There’s no shortage of fun here at Forest Valley Terrace! We provide residents the opportunity to live a more active lifestyle.
The Terrace Club is located on the main level of Forest Valley Terrace and is geared towards those who have mild cognitive impairment. Our robust activity schedule and care services package assists your loved one with their daily activities and keeps them fully engaged!
Assisted Living Services For Those Living With Mild Cognitive Impairment:
24-hour nursing supervision available to help with your care and oversee medications if desired
Emergency Response System, with call systems in each apartment and staff on duty 24/7
On-site visiting physician or scheduled transportation to medical appointments
Customized diet assessment to ensure exact food specifications with three delicious, chef-prepared nutritious meals each day
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation programs offered in-house
Senior Care Services to Meet your needs
At Forest Valley Terrace, we know that your quality of life is directly linked to your physical, mental and social well-being. That’s why our Terrace Club program starts with a health assessment and ends with what kind of activities you like to do, so we get a full picture of who you are. Our Terrace club is perfect for those living with mild cognitive impairment and those who take pride in their independence while needing a little extra assistance with daily living. Our community in Orleans, Ontario strives to give you a greater sense of social connection and purpose.
We are so grateful to Forest Valley Terrace for providing our mother with a lovely, caring place to live.- Shelia Holmes
What makes Forest Valley Terrace exceptional is the people who work there. Providing good quality care is challenging work. It requires individuals who truly want to help others, who understand dementia and who are patient, compassionate, and well-trained. The passion of team members is evident in every aspect of the care that is provided. I have witnessed many acts of kindness by staff who went out of their way to make a resident more comfortable.- Winifred