Imagine having an idyllic setting to call home as you edge into your senior years; a place in which you can live your life with as much normalcy as possible while having all the support you can wish for from friendly, helpful staff. Sounds like a pipe dream doesn’t it? Such a place exists in Sandy Point, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia and it is called Roseway Manor. Roseway Manor is a 66-bed licensed Long Term Care Facility located on a quiet residential street in Shelburne, NS that is operated by MacLeod Group Health Services.
What We Offer
Health & Wellness
Living at Roseway Manor means you can rest easy knowing you have the highest level of care on a 24-hour basis from a Registered Nurse. Other health & wellness services include personal care, physician services, pharmacy consultants, physiotherapy and more.
Dining & Nutrition
At Roseway Manor we ensure every resident receives healthy and nutritional, home-style meals that suit their individual needs. We offer daily meal services along with healthy snacks and beverages.
Comfort & Security
You’ll feel comfortable, safe and secure in our home. Our facilities are warm and welcoming in every way. Our caring and professional staff are available 24/7 to attend to your needs and our facility features secured entryways, an elevator, ramps and extra-wide hallways with handrails.
Activities & Amenities
From daily activities to holiday celebrations, there is always something to do at Roseway Manor. Our recreation team members plan a variety of social programs and activities each month that include music, movement, crafts, and more. Pastoral care services are also available for all residents.
Care Services Offered at this Location
Nursing Care at MacLeod Cares offers the highest level of care provided outside of a hospital. Residents will be in our Nursing Home where care is provided on a 24-hour basis under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Nursing Care residents will receive assistance with grooming, hygiene and medication administration; as well as accommodation, meals, security, laundry, housekeeping and activities. This “Level 3” care ranges from minimal assistance to total dependent care. Many provinces refer to this type of care as Long-Term Care and it often includes dementia care.