Exterior, Stirling Heights, Cambridge
At Stirling Heights Long Term Care Home in Cambridge, Ontario, our experienced staff embraces each resident as a unique individual – ensuring you get the personalized care you need.

Accommodations

Feel at home with fresh-made food and spacious suites with room for personalization. Rest easy knowing you will always have access to our 24-hour safety system.

For more information, just give us a call.

  • Rooms are comfortably furnished with a bed, night table, wardrobe, mirror, easy chair and windows
  • Space for personal decorations to give the room your own touch
  • Supplies and equipment for personal and nursing support
  • 24-hour life safety systems
  • Housekeeping and laundry service
  • Telephone and cable service (optional)
  • Laundry room for personal use
  • Patio and rooftop garden
  • Harvest Room for family celebrations
  • Hospitality suite for visiting family
Couple in the kitchen sharing a special moment
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Access the Family Portal
Family portal
Rest easy knowing that with our Family Portal, information about your loved one is only one click away. You can share photos, recreation calendars, documents, and messages with your family members.
Access the Family Portal
Group of seniors enjoying dinner
Dining at Stirling Heights
Good food is at the heart of every home. Enjoy healthy meals prepared to meet the needs of all residents – nutritionally and culturally. Our menus are developed by a team of registered dietitians and nutrition managers, and we involve residents in menu planning.
Resident and daughter share a special moment
Programs

We offer a range of programs to help you to be your best in mind, body and spirit.

  • Restorative and rehabilitation programs
  • Recreational and leisure programs
  • Exercise and physical activities
  • Music therapy
  • Art and creative classes
  • Revera Skin and Wound Care Program
  • Garden and horticultural activities
  • Community and cultural events
  • Intergenerational, student and volunteer programs
  • Pet visits
  • Revera Memory Care Program
  • Multi-Sensory Therapy Program
  • Recreational outings
  • Private dining room
  • Daily, evening and weekend programs
  • Religious services and Spiritual Programs
  • Resident Council
  • Family Council
  • Resident Food Committee
Resident and caregiver talking
Services

We offer a range of personalized services:

  • Individualized assessment and care planning
  • Professional health care team
  • Registered nurse 24 hours a day
  • Nurse practitioner
  • Physician visits and on call 24 hours a day
  • Psycho-geriatrician
  • Pain and symptom management
  • Registered dietitian
  • Hairdressing/barber services
  • Physiotherapist
  • Foot care
  • Occupational therapist
  • Dental services
  • Social worker
  • End-of-life care
  • Eye care
  • Pharmacist
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • Special Care Unit(s)

About the neighbourhood

Stirling Heights is just a short drive from anything you may need. From live theatre productions at the Hamilton Family Theatre, to Cambridge libraries and galleries, and fine dining experiences at the Cambridge Mill, Cambridge has it all.

How easy it is to access

Car-Dependent; Almost all errands require a car. Minimal Transit; It is possible to get on a bus. Somewhat Bikeable; Minimal bike infrastructure.
20
Walk Score®
24
Transit Score®
34
Bike Score®

Faces of Revera

Our residents and employees are at the heart of who we are and what we do. We are delighted to introduce you to some of the people who live and work with us. We know that they would love to meet you as well.
Dr Collins
Meet Dr. Collins
Dr. Rhonda Collins, Revera’s Chief Medical Officer, says the best medical approach to healthy aging is one that focuses on the individual as a whole. “Traditional medicine focuses on symptoms and disease while the holistic approach considers all aspects of the person’s life and attempts to bring them into balance.”