Taking Steps to Move to Menno Place

  • LEARN

    First, you need to know what level of care you require. There are four levels of care for seniors:

    1. Independent Living – you are living on your own without risk to yourself or others
    2. Independent Living with Fraser Health Home Support Services – you are living on your own receiving support with personal hygiene or shower assistance or medications or special medical needs, such as compression stockings.
    3. Assisted Living – privately paid or subsidized through Fraser Health – you are receiving help with personal hygiene, medications, meals, transport to and fron activities or nursing care.
    4. Residential Care – You are living in a nursing home with 24/7 nurse availability. You are receiving help as you live with dementia and/or physical limitations that require transferring you to and from bed, bath, chair or wheechair.

    Four Levels of Care for Seniors (PDF) – Click for more details

    Second, you need to know what to expect in the level of care you require:

  • QUALIFY WITH ASSESSMENT

    To qualify for nursing care support, you’ll need an assessment of what kind of support you require.

    For private pay Assisted Living, you will come to Terrace East to meet with our nursing care team to talk about your care needs.

    For subsidized Assisted Living or Residential Care, you will request an assessment from Fraser Health by calling 1.855.412.2121

  • More Questions?

    For more information, call 604.851.4000

Join us for an Open House

Our next Open House will be held September 21st, 2018.
Click here for information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I tour Menno Place?

Tours at Menno Apartments are available at our Open House which is held twice annually, in the spring and fall.

Our next Open House is September 21st, 2018.

Please fill out the form at the bottom of this page to receive more details about the next Open House.

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Tours available at Open House:

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Tours of Residential Care (Menno Home & Menno Hospital)

You must have an assessment for Residential Care through Fraser Health to receive a tour of Menno Home or Menno Hospital.
Find more information on the Fraser Health Residential Care Information page, or call  the Home Health Service Line at 1-855-412-2121.

How long is the wait list at Menno Place?

Independent Living

The waitlist for Independent Living in Primrose Gardens, Terrace West and Pavilion is 12 – 24 months.

Private Pay Assisted Living

The waitlist for Terrace East is 6-12 months.

Funded (Subsidized) Assisted Living through Fraser Health

Fraser Health manages the waitlist for those who have an Assisted Living assessment. Those who are waiting are assessed and urgency of need is taken into account for each individual. There are 50 subsidized Assisted Living apartments in Terrace East.

Residential Care (Menno Home and Menno Hospital)
Fraser Health manages the waitlist for those who havea Residential Care assessment. Those who are waiting are assessed and urgency of need is taken into account for each individual.

There are 151 Residential Care spaces in Menno Hospital and 196 Residential Care spaces in Menno Home.

How much does it cost to live at Menno Place?

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