Residents receive one-to-one visits and support from the Spiritual Care Department. A Chaplain is on-call 24 hours seven days a week to provide counseling and support to residents, families, staff, and volunteers. A Chaplain is also available to conduct funeral/memorial services for residents.
Spiritual Care activities include:
Based on the Mission, Vision and Values of the Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda Territory, the Mission of Ottawa Grace Manor is to serve unconditionally all individuals requiring Long Term Care Services with dignity and compassion in the caring ministry of Jesus Christ.
Ottawa Grace Manor is a caring community which offers a continuum of care related to Long Term Care, adapts to meet changing needs and supports aging in place.
To fulfill this Mission, Ottawa Grace Manor is committed to the philosophy of a Christian environment in which residents can achieve and maintain a high level of independent life satisfaction. It seeks to maintain the highest regard for the dignity, worth and inherent rights of each individual regardless of race, age, colour, creed, gender or social condition.
As part of the Palliative Care Services available at Ottawa Grace Manor, a Chaplain is on-call 24-hours per day seven days per week, offering Caregiver Support to residents and their families and friends.
‘In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength…’ Isaiah 30: 15
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