Our History

The doors of the Maple Hill Manor opened on March 11, 1977. Maple Hill Manor is a non-profit organization and a registered Charity. It is home to fifty residents and employs over eighty staff.

In addressing the changing needs and wants of our resident family, Maple Hill Manor has seen several structural and cosmetic changes. These changes have enhanced our Home environment and the morale of our resident and staff family.

The Manor is governed by a volunteer board of directors which meets once a month. The Board works directly with the Administrator to develop policy and plans for future needs of our community’s seniors while ensuring quality care is provided for residents at all times. They are a very dedicated group with the resident’s best interests as their top priority!

Living at Maple Hill

All persons wishing to be a resident of Maple Hill Manor must make application to Continuing Care Services under the Department of Health. (1-800-225-7225) The assessment process is based on the individuals’ medical and social needs as determined by the information supplied through the application and medical forms. Once a suitable vacancy arises, staff will arrange to visit and assess if we are able to accommodate your needs. Following your admission you will be given an orientation of the Home, to familiarize you with the building, its policies and procedures, other residents and staff members.

Room allocation is determined upon the mental, physical and personal needs of the resident. Residents may be moved from one room to another if their mental and physical condition warrants such action. Although we will try to move residents around as little as possible a move is sometimes necessary and therefore the Manor reserves the right to make these moves, upon necessary approval.

What to Bring

In order to help you feel at home, we suggest you bring any personal items that can be COMFORTABLY and SAFETLY placed in your room.
These items may include a television, a radio, a favorite bedspread or afghan, family pictures or a chair.

We ask that you please check with the Maintenance Department before placing any electrical devices in the resident’s room and to ensure there is adequate space for personal furnishings.

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Visiting Privileges

Maple Hill Manor encourages regular and frequent visits. Visitors are welcome to accompany residents to concerts, church services and to attend any event scheduled within the Home.

Children are encouraged to visit. Pets, on a leash, are also welcome.We do ask that visitors respect the rights and privacy of all residents.

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Fire & Safety Procedures

Maple Hill Manor is equipped with a comprehensive fire alarm system for the protection of residents, staff and visitors. Fire drills are conducted on a regular basis to ensure the reliability of the system and to keep staff informed and prepared for any emergency. Emergency
Measure Procedures are reviewed on a regular basis.

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We offer ample parking at our Home. You will find one large parking lot at the front entrance. The fire lane is to be kept clear of vehicles at all times.

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Smoking Policy

Like all other Health care facilities, our Home has a smoke free policy. Smoking is prohibited in the facility with the exception of being outside, and away from the building’s entrance doors.

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Business Services

Business Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m. General inquiries can be made at this time. If you are unable to visit in person, you may phone 902-862-6495 for assistance.

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