- Types of rooms
- Rooms for couples
- TVs and telephones
- Computers and the Internet
- Mail and newspaper delivery
- Moving and settling in
Types of rooms
Region of Peel Long Term Care Centres offer both private (preferred) and shared (basic) rooms.
Each resident’s room is equipped with an adjustable bed with rails, a night table, dresser and chair.
Personal items and furniture
We encourage residents to display their own familiar items such as pictures, framed photographs and other favourite belongings as space permits. Residents can also bring their personal items such as paintings, artwork, gifts and other memorabilia.
Rooms for couples
Couples are welcome to live together at our homes.
Couples who would like to live together should discuss their request with the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) at 310-2222.
Smoking is not allowed inside any of our centres.
We have designated outside areas for residents only where smoking is allowed. Visitors must not give cigarettes to residents.
While residents can’t have pets, we welcome family members or friends to bring vaccinated pets to our homes when they visit.
TVs and telephones
Resident rooms are wired for telephone service and cable. Residents who would like a telephone and/or television in their rooms can arrange an account with a phone and/or cable service. Residents are responsible for individual cable and telephone charges.
Computers and the Internet
Residents are welcome to have their own computers, and an Internet connection is available in all resident rooms. Residents who would like Internet access can arrange an account with a service provider. Residents are responsible for individual Internet charges.
Mail and newspaper delivery
Mail is delivered to each resident's room daily. Residents who would like to receive a newspaper can arrange an account with the newspaper directly. The paper will be delivered to the resident's room.