The Vision: Using a strategic approach to create safe, accessible, and thriving communities for people of all ages, young and old.
The Mission: To provide person-centered and defined care to all citizens and communities.
The Principles: PEOPLE is an abbreviation for:
- Participating in the delivery of coordinated and effective quality care to the community.
- Excellent caring services that go above and beyond what society expects.
- Open, welcoming, and empathetic services that are, making a significant difference in the community.
- Performing all caregiving tasks must be with passion and ambition.
- Longevity is achieved by offering long-term services that alter people’s lives.
- Efficient use of resources to reduce negative community repercussions.
Everything About Accommodations
Those who designed the Rykka Care Centre’s resident rooms stressed safety and privacy without sacrificing quality. Each room is tastefully furnished with a bed, a wardrobe, a table, and a chair. They also have ensuite bathrooms, which give them a cosy vibe.
Long-term lodging services are classified into two types: basic and semi-private.
The semi-private category features two beds and a shared bathroom, whereas the basic category includes three to four beds and a communal bathroom.
What about the cost of lodging?
All lodging fees are same across Ontario. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) regulates and analyses these prices on an annual basis. Anyone interested in learning more about long-term care accommodation prices can go to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s website.
But what if a person is unable to afford the accommodation package rate?
In that instance, they may be entitled for a subsidy applied just to basic housing. To be eligible for the subsidised programme, the resident must submit an annual Notice of Assessment from Revenue Canada to Eatonville Care Centre.