Salem Manor Nursing Home provides 24/7 daily living assistance and nursing care to individuals who can no longer live safely and independently at home. People with complex care requirements and cognitive decline are welcomed at our Home, were we strive to meet physical, spiritual, emotional and social needs of those entrusted to us in a loving home environment.
Admissions and Fees
Moving to Long Term Care can be a difficult and often confusing, or uncomfortable time. We want to make it as comfortable and easy as we can for you!
Admission to a Long Term Care Home begins with a Comprehensive Health Assessment and a Referral to a Continuing Placement office. Your family doctor or Home Care Nurse (Health Link Alberta) can do assessments to determine what level of care you might need. A Continuing Placement coordinator will work with you and your family to find a suitable home.
Residents in long-term care are responsible to pay an accommodation charge. Accommodation-related services include rooms, meals, housekeeping and routine building maintenance. Health care services in designated long-term care settings are publicly funded at no cost to residents.
The Alberta government sets the maximum accommodation charge in designated supportive living and long-term care.
Accommodation charges while in hospital
If you are in the hospital receiving care, and the health care team determines your care needs no longer require hospital services, it may be decided that you would best be cared for in designated supportive living or long-term care. If a designated long-term care space is not immediately available to meet your needs and preferences, you may be required to stay in the hospital while waiting for a space to become available.
If you are staying in a hospital bed while awaiting admission into designated supportive living or long-term care, you will be charged a fee called an Alternate Level of Care (ALC) Accommodation Charge. These charges are set at the rate currently charged for a Standard room type (see PDF). This charge does not apply if your move is for palliative care.
There are fee waiver processes if the accommodation charge will cause you financial hardship. Your care team will help you explore possible government income supports and other benefits.
In designated supportive living and long-term care facilities, accommodation charges may be fully or partly covered for residents who are eligible for the Alberta Seniors Benefit or clients of the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped(AISH) program.
Calendar and Schedules
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To keep residents and their family members informed about our home we produce and circulate a newsletter. The newsletter (Salem News) is published quarterly and provides the most current information on renovations, changes and updates. All departments publish an article that can be of interest to you and your loved ones.
Click icon below to read our most current newsletter. You can also get a printed copy at reception and nursing stations when visiting.
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As Canada’s elder population continues to grow and complexity of resident caring needs rises, the need for qualifies and compassionate long term care staff is more urgent than ever. When you choose to build your career with Salem Manor, you are joining a multidisciplinary team whose gaze is set on making more than a living, making a difference.
Are you a compassionate and caring professional looking for a career that allows you to grow professionally and personally? We are looking for like-minded individuals who share our values and commitment to create a loving home environment via meeting physical, spiritual, emotional and social needs of those entrusted to us.
Whether you are seeking full or part-time employment or a student placement, we encourage you to explore our current career opportunities.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
— Winston Churchill
Our volunteers are an integral part of our mission to enrich our resident’s lives and provide loving care. Each and every family member, friend and community member who gifts their time as a volunteer is a treasured member of our care team. We are very grateful for these individuals who generously donate their time to our common cause to help those in need of emotional, spiritual and compassionate support.
We are always looking for caring and compassionate people who want to make a difference to join our team. People with big caring hearts and passion for elderly individuals are warmly welcomed to join our volunteer team As little as one hour per week can make a huge difference in residents’ lives.
Are you looking for a meaningful place to volunteer your time? Whether you are an adult of any age, student or a teenager, Salem Manor offers you a great opportunity to make a difference in residents’ life, develop new skills and give back to community.
Volunteering opportunities at Salem Manor:
- One-on-one visits
- Social and recreating programs
- Spiritual programming
- Appointment companionship
- Meal time assistance programs
Volunteering at Salem Manor is:
- Enriching residents’ lives
- Enjoying a sense of purpose and fulfillment
- Giving back to community
- Learning new skills
- Showcasing your talent
- Meeting new people and making lifelong friendships
We would love to connect with you are interested to volunteer with us or if you would like to learn more about current opportunities.
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