Entries by MennoPlaceCommunications

Your role in prevention and protection of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Your role in protection and prevention of outbreaks, including Coronavirus (COVID-19) Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at […]

Primrose Gardens – Family and Resident Meeting – March 10 at 6pm – Primrose Gardens

Primrose Gardens Family and Resident Meeting Tuesday, March 10th6pm – 7pmPrimrose GardensNo RSVP necessaryPrimrose Gardens Apartments has experienced issues with the elevators during heavy use and following scheduled replacement of the ropes (cables). This has caused concern and anxiety for residents who rely on the elevators to transport them to and from their apartment suites. Karen L. Baillie, CEO […]

Jewelry – Have you lost any?

From time to time, jewelry is found on the Menno Place campus. Despite our attempts to connect with the rightful owner, we have not always been successful. Jewelry is kept in a safe waiting for its owner to claim it. If you have lost a piece of jewelry, please call 604-851-4004 to describe it. Please […]

Cheryl Dawes, Manager, Community Enrichment

We are pleased to announce that Cheryl Dawes has accepted the position of Manager, Community Enrichment in the Apartments. She will oversee both the Assisted Living and Independent Living needs in our Apartments – 350 residents. Cheryl reports to Sharon Simpson, Director of Community Enrichment. Cheryl has most recently worked as the Resident Experience Partner […]

Influenza Policy in Effect – All Visitors Must Have Flu Vaccine or Wear Mask

As of today, Wednesday, December 4, the Fraser Health Influenza Control Program Policy is in effect at Menno Home, Menno Hospital and Terrace East, Assisted Living. Influenza causes the most deaths among vaccine-preventable diseases, outpacing all others combined. Each year in Canada approximately 3,500 people die from the flu and its complications. Hospitalized patients and […]

Devoted Care Staff – Menno Place

After this week’s unusually cold weather, there are a lot of heroes that deserve praise for going beyond the call of duty. Frontline staff in hospitals and first responders, as well as the municipal staff who maintain our roads come to mind. But it is the staff who work in our long-term care, assisted living […]