News & Events
Our newsletter celebrates innovation in our communities this Summer. Our Team and Residents are showing great courage at this time.
Celebrate BC Seniors Week Online!
Join us for a week of free and fun virtual activities to celebrate this year's BC Seniors Week!
Happiness is Handmade at the Heights
Many changes are occurring due to COVID at Heights at Mt. View. Our Team must either wear a surgical gown or bring a change of clothes when starting their shift.
SFU Invites you to an online discussion | How Is Grandma Really Doing? Caring for Elders in Our Community
Join Simon Fraser Public Square on May 21 at 12:00pm and be part of a conversation about the ways we care for our elders.
We need your input! | BC Centre for Disease Control
B.C. has flattened the curve and we are preparing to carefully re-start services, the economy and our lives. Your input is important as we develop our action plans.
Nursing the World to Health
Laura Takes The Pressure Off With Ear Savers
Our Inglewood Recreation Team would like to recognize the very special efforts of our student volunteer Laura Cunningham. She has been visiting regularly since grade 8 and is now in her final year
Mothers’ Day at Shannon Oaks Vancouver
Sharon and I had great fun pushing our “Mom-osa” carts down the hallways and ringing the doorbells of each of our Resident’s apartments. It was so rewarding to see the delight and surprise on their
BC Businesses Say Thank You with Employee Perks | PHSA
Businesses across BC say thank you to health care staff with special perks and discounts during COVID-19 pandemic
Businesses from across BC are offering support through perks and discount
#Cheers to Volunteers
Welcome, Baptist Housing, as new BCCPA member!
BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) is pleased to welcome one of the province’s largest providers of long-term care and assisted living services, Baptist
A look at the Vancouver-area care homes that are dealing well with coronavirus outbreaks | Globe and Mail
Marc Kinna was curled up with his wife watching a cop show when he got a call notifying him that a care aide at the West Vancouver nursing home run by his non-profit society had tested positive for