You’re Invited: Family Support Group

Family Council – Home & Hospital


You are invited to join us!

Family and Friends (Family Council) Connections

Thursday, September 20th
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Menno Home Chapel
Coffee, Tea, Refreshments are provided

On September 20, 2018, Family and Friends will be starting to incorporate support based discussion at each family council meeting. A move to residential care involves many changes in lifestyle as life transitions from independent living to a shared living experience. This adjustment can take time for both residents and their loved ones. For some of you, the transition may be new, for others, you may have been here longer. As family members, you share similar experiences and you are not alone. Many emotions can arise by having a love one in residential care. We want all of our family members to feel supported by staff, as well as other family members. After the meeting, our hope is that you will feel encouraged, supported and strengthened to continue this ongoing journey.


Grandparents Day 2018

Save the Date – Grandparents Day Party 2018 – September 8th!

Are you coming to the Reunion!?

Staff Alumni Reunion – This Saturday!
Check out this post for all the details – and some fun pictures.

Tupperware Sales @ Fireside

Concert in Care – September 4th

Cancelled: Theatre Under the Stars

August Events – Highlights for the Month

Some highlights from our August Recreation Calendars around Menno Place!

Street Parking – Primrose Street and Brundige Ave

There has been an increase in Apartment residents, families and visitors expressing challenges to find parking when they visit their loved ones in the Apartments.

In order to provide more visitor parking, we are addressing any cars parked in violation of parking policy along Brundige Ave or Primrose Street.

Street Parking for Visitors and Residents

Street Parking on the west side of Primrose Street and the south side of  Brundige Ave (alongside the Menno Place campus) is only for for visitors and residents of those apartments. Service providers such as housekeepers and Home Health are considered visitors of our residents.

Lawn signs have been placed alongside of the parking areas on these streets where only visitors and residents are permitted to park.

A parking pass MUST be displayed on the dash of your car in order to avoid receiving a ticket or being towed. The City of Abbotsford monitors the street parking, issues tickets and tows vehicles in violation of the parking regulations.

Parking Pass for Visitors

If you are a visitor of a resident in either Terrace East or Primrose Gardens apartments, please connect with Primrose Gardens or Terrace East reception to qualify for a parking pass. This pass must be current and displayed on the dash of your car in order to avoid a parking ticket or towing.

Questions? Call Primrose Gardens Reception –  604.851.4000