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Gain access to long term care

The move-in process for long term care can vary depending on where you live. We've put together a Home tour checklist that looks at everything from associated costs to the types of rooms that are typically available with Long Term Care, so you can focus on the information you need to make the right decision.
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Move-in process
In order to be accepted into long term care, you'll need a referral from an agency in the province where Revera operates. Agencies will lay out your available choices based on your care needs, help arrange for the move to a long term care home, and evaluate your eligibility for government-funded services and support.

Useful resources

Here is a list of agencies in the provinces where Revera operates:

British Columbia
(Vancouver Island)

Vancouver Island Health Authority (Home and Community Care Enquiries and Intake), 250-388-2273 or 1-888-533-2273 or check out www.viha.ca. Ask for a case manager.

British Columbia
(Fraser Valley)

Fraser Health (Home Health), 604-476-7100 or check out www.fraserhealth.ca. Ask for a case manager.

British Columbia
(Vancouver area)

Vancouver Coastal Health (Home and Community Care Access Line), 604-263-7377 or check out www.vch.ca.

Alberta

Alberta Health Services. For information, call 1-866-408-5465 or view Alberta Health Services.

Manitoba

The local Home Care Program office. For information, call 1-866-626-4862 or check out www.gov.mb.ca.
Revera operates in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA).

Ontario

The Local Healthy Integration Network (LHIN). For information, call 310-2222 (no area code required) or check out healthcareathome.ca.
Got questions?
To help sort out the options and for additional information, 
please contact us at 1-877-929-9222.
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Types of rooms
Revera's long term care homes offer private rooms (one bed), semi-private rooms (two beds) and ward accommodations to suit the needs and preferences of residents. Residents and families are encouraged to bring personal items and make their rooms feel like home.
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Costs
The costs of long term care are shared by the resident and the government. Typically, residents pay for their accommodations, while the government covers the costs of things like care, certain medications, food and programming. Some provinces offer private pay options.

If applicable, rates for all types of long term care accommodations are established by the provincial government, depending on the resident’s income; rate subsidies may be available for ward accommodation. For information, please contact the appropriate provincial agency or one of Revera’s long term care homes.
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