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Sunridge Place


Location:
  Duncan
Operator:  Sunridge Place Ltd Partnership
Address:   361 Bundock Avenue, Duncan, BC  V9L 3P1
Phone:      250-748-8048

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Sunridge Place - exterior   Sunridge Place - interior

Contact

Access to subsidized residential care is coordinated by Island Health staff. For more information on subsidized residential care, contact the Home Health Office nearest you. Please do not contact the Operator directly regarding subsidized residential care. For information on private residential care, please refer to the Seniors Housing Directory of BC.

Capacity

Publicly Subsidized Units: 160
Private-Pay Units: 0

Building Description

Built in 2008, Sunridge Place the Arbours, a complex care facility was constructed of five side-by-side buildings. Each is separated by beautiful gardens which are accessible from the main floor and viewable from patios on the second floor. The buildings join together by a corridor running through the centre of the site, called the "Street". On either side of the Street there are resident care units we call houses.

There are a total of 17 houses we group into four neighbourhoods, one of which is specially designed for dementia care. The center building also houses the resident activity area, kitchen, laundry, reception and administrative offices.

Sunridge Place sits on an entire city block which also has a four storey Assisted Living apartment called the Meadows. The Meadows and the Arbours provide a campus of care.

Building Amenities

Fireside lounge, hair salon, courtyards, common lounge, dining room, bistro, conference room.

Neighbourhood/Community Amenities

Sunridge Place is located in Duncan British Columbia in the central area of the community with great access to services and amenities within the neighbourhood. It is a very walkable community. We offer a state of the art facility within a Campus or “Community of Care”.

Philosophy of Care

Through the fellowship of a united team spirit, the owners, staff, families, volunteers and allied professionals create a bond between them that fosters a welcoming, respectful and supportive community for all residents.

Accreditation Status

Accreditation is an external peer review process to assess and improve the services health care organizations provide to their patients and clients, based on standards of excellence set by Accreditation Canada. For more information, visit here: http://www.accreditation.ca.

Type of Accommodation

Private rooms. 160 complex care units. Each unit has a handicapped accessible bathroom with ensuite shower, and is furnished with its own electric bed, armoire, and dresser. Every unit has a ceiling track so that lifts can be used to support residents with physical limitations.

Cost

Residents pay up to 80% of their after-tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation.

Special Recreational Opportunities

Specially developed recreational and activity programs are developed in consideration of the physical and cognitive capabilities of residents. Some activities include guest speakers, musicians, religious services,
exercise classes, bowling, sit n’ dance, men’s group, ladies group, games & trivia, flower arranging, hymn sing, and outings
.

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible.

Motorized Scooter Policy

Ability (on an approved basis) to use electric mobility devices.

Pet Policy

Residents are not permitted to have personal pets, although pets are allowed to visit as long as they are properly attended to all times and do not pose a threat or concern to others.

Smoking Policy

Our facilities are non-smoking premises.

Safety/Security Features

  • 24 hour on site supervised nurse call system
  • Safety is ensured through regular fire drills
  • Smoke detectors
  • Cameras monitoring common area

Visiting Information

Families and friends are always welcome to visit residents. We respect the privacy of others.
Family and friends may be provided with a code to enter the building when the door is locked (outside regular reception hours).

During influenza season (typically December-March), to help protect patients from the flu, all visitors will be expected to wear a mask in our facilities if they have not had a flu shot. For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions (PDF) and Influenza Protection Policy (PDF).

Note:  Provincial policy requires all visitors to be informed:  "Violence, foul language and abusive behaviours are not acceptable. Verbal threats or acts of violence will not be tolerated and may result in removal from this facility and/or prosecution."