west park manor
West Park Manor is an accredited 150-bed Personal Care Home in southwest Winnipeg.
This non-profit faith-based home is governed under the sponsorship of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its mission is to provide holistic long-term care in a Christ-like manner as a service to residents. West Park Manor provides various recreation programs, chaplain service, on-site laundry and dietary services – offering distinctive dietary practices which promote health principles unique to the organization’s values. Out of 150 beds, 94 are dedicated as single rooms. Occupational and physiotherapy services are also provided with a rehabilitation aide. Meals on Wheels support services to the community are also provided.
In Winnipeg, you may go through your Home Care coordinator or contact the Winnipeg Home Care Intake office at 204.788.8330 to initiate the process for placement. In rural areas, contact your local Home Care office.
Application Assessment forms
Application Assessment forms are completed through the Home Care office in conjunction with your physician. You may choose which personal care home you prefer on the application form. Information about the Home is available on this website, or you may request an on-site tour by calling the Business Office.
Your completed application form is submitted to the Long Term Care Access Centre Panel for review and to confirm eligibility for placement in a personal care home. Once accepted, your name is placed on the Home’s wait list.
Your application will be sent to the Home by the Access Centre in due time. The admission package is then reviewed by the Home to determine our ability to meet your level of care and services required. We will contact you to offer a bed as available.
If we are not able to offer placement, we will contact you to review and help discuss what next steps occur in the process with the Access Centre.
The daily room rate set by Manitoba Health is a subsidized amount for expenses relating to your care. Many items are purchased and maintained by the resident/family. Some expenses may be added to the monthly resident trust bill as discussed with Power of Attornery (POA).
Expenses may include those below and others.
- Personal care items e.g. toothpaste/toothbrush, tissues, shaving cream, razors, lotion, etc.
- Supportive cushions
- Mechanical lift slings for personal use
- Bed/chair alarms for personal use
- Nail care
- Foot care
- Telephone (private contract with provider)
- Television (private contract with provider)
- Transportation e.g. stretcher service, ambulance, companion
- Medication not covered by provincial pharmacy program