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Long Term Quality Care

Quality dementia care and physical rehabilitation

At Revera, meaningful interactions are essential to Revera’s person-centred care philosophy. Everyone has the responsibility and opportunity to interact with residents in a way that supports quality person-centred care that recognizes each person's individual needs and wishes.

Our 24-hour services are designed with the health and comfort of residents in mind.

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Providing person-centred care

Revera is committed to providing residents with choices to meet their unique personal care needs and preferences, taking into account the role that families play in long term care. Each resident receives an individual assessment and care plan with our highly trained teams, who focus on integrating the comfort, dignity and safety of each resident.

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Our approach

Our quality care programs incorporate risk management and elements of resident safety while promoting continuous quality improvement. Serving residents comes as a great privilege and responsibility that we take very seriously.

Every Revera long term care home is fully accredited through CARF and meets all regulatory requirements.

Clinical Programs

Falls Management

Revera provides interdisciplinary falls intervention risk management based on clinical best practices. We assess and address risks from footwear to medication, offering falls-prevention education to everyone: residents, families and staff.

Skin and Wound Care

Skin and wound care is a vital part of overall health, and preventing the development of skin issues is a priority for our care teams. Revera offers consistency in managing skin and wound issues, providing the highest-quality products that are supported clinically through evaluation and research.

Continence Care

Revera provides a continence care program based on evidence and informed practices, where each resident’s dignity, comfort and independence is respected and maintained.


Revera is committed to creating a "least restraint" environment, where each resident has the right to make informed choices.

Rehab and Restorative Care

We address our residents’ key priorities such as reducing falls, reducing the impact of osteoporosis, decreasing the pain of arthritis, enhancing abilities after a stroke, managing the progression of dementia, providing post-surgical support, and more. Our teams work with residents to develop personal goals and programs.

Dementia Care

Revera offers a number of programs to help residents living with dementia. We take a holistic approach with our Montessori-based Dementia Care Program, which has been shown to increase levels of engagement and participation in people with memory loss.

Our programs look into everything from specially designed environments and tailored clinical service to customized recreation programs.

Our skilled staff brings respect, compassion, understanding, and geriatric expertise to the care of residents, helping to stimulate their abilities and enjoyment of life.

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Getting Started

The first step toward moving to long term care is making the decision to explore the options available to you in this special environment. It can be challenging to get to this first step, as deciding to move to a long term care facility is sometimes difficult for both seniors and their families.

Lea, a Director of Care in a long term care home with Ian, a resident

Unforgettable Ian

Learn what life is like in a long term care home as one family makes that transition. Meet Ian Doig, a resident at Stoneridge Manor Long Term Care Home in Carleton Place, Ontario.