The New Home – A Dream Come True.
So much has changed since we started designing the new Dundas Manor. Because of the pandemic, we literally went back to the drawing board to design a better home with infection control at the forefront of the design. The new home will be more than double the size of the current one, will be two storeys and will welcome 30 more residents.
There are so many improvements to share. Hallway dining will be a thing of the past as there will be four large and bright dining rooms with enough space for everyone. There will no longer be four people sharing one room and one bathroom. All rooms will be private or semi-private. The semi-private rooms are for two people; each person will have their own room and share a bathroom. The home will have four resident home areas, that we are calling Homesteads. Think of each area as a neighbourhood. Staff will primarily work on their homestead and residents will primarily live in their homestead.
This is just a glimpse of the new home. Please watch the video below and review the architectural drawings to see and learn more about how wonderful the new Dundas Manor is going to be. Because of our caring and generous community, the Dundas Manor magic
will continue in a beautiful new home.
See our new home
Pictures of Our New Home
Estimated Project Cost
Estimated Funding From The Provincial Government
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