Retirement Just Steps from Downtown

NEW RESIDENTS WELCOME

Norfolk Manor is open to receiving new residents either from hospital or community.  We are also able to do in person scheduled tours following careful protocol. Please call ( 519-837-1100 )  or email to arrange for information on suites or to arrange a personal tour. ( Some Public Health restrictions may apply)

                                   COVID CONCERNS

There have been many changes surrounding the pandemic and during the evolving situation we are following the guidance of Public Health and the RHRA to ensure that our procedures are in place in an effort to keep our residents safe.

NEW RESIDENT PROTOCOL

Any person looking to move into a retirement home whether returning from a hospital stay or moving from their home or another retirement home must get swabbed and obtain a negative result and then make the move within 24 hours.

Effective today, April 23, 2021,     

COVID – VISITOR Safety PROTOCOL

                                            

 

  • For fully immunized residents, a lab-based PCR test is required at time of admission/transfer. The individual must be placed in isolation if the test result is pending. If the test result is negative, the individual need only isolate for our standard 48 hours.  
  • For partially immunized or unimmunized residents, a laboratory-based PCR test is required at time of admission/transfer and the resident must be placed in isolation for a minimum of 10 days. In order for isolation to discontinue on day 10, the individual must have a negative test result on day 8.
  • Recently recovered residents who are within 90 days from a prior laboratory-confirmed infection are not required to be tested and need only isolate for our standard 48 hours. 
  • UNVACCINATED RESIDENTS – Upon admission and after receipt of a neg swab result must be in isolation for a full14 days prior.

We ensure that any person entering our mainstream is covid free and we strongly encourage any person considering Norfolk Manor as their next home to get vaccinated to help stop the spread of Covid 19and reduce the risk to our resident and staff.

OPEN FOR NEW RESIDENTS

Our retirement home is an ASSISTED LIVING facility fashioned after an English Manor is centrally located, comfortably decorated and set up to provide for the ever changing needs of our residents enabling them to Age in Place. Just steps from the heart of Downtown Guelph, our retirement residence is a real family based community nestled in a pleasant, mature residential neighborhood, just steps away from the Guelph Public Library, the Guelph downtown and of course public transit. Across the street from the Guelph Public Library you’ll find, restaurants, a tailor, coffee shop, a tea shop, assorted shops and café’s active with life. It is easy to enjoy an active lifestyle and maintain that community connection when everything is so convenient.

“As Close to Home as You can Get and Still Get the Care You Need”  

                                                                                         Robert Dunn

Family-owned and operated, you’ll notice the special touches everywhere. From the comfortable surroundings to the personal attention in the dining room and the glass of wine served with dinner. We work hard to keep you content with amazing friendly caring staff , compassionate and supportive care tailored to your needs along with a strong sense of family and community. Whether its transitional care, memory assistance or just a little TLC  if the time comes that you need some additional care then we have options for ASSISTED LIVING   that can transition with you to meet your needs on your terms as and when things change.

ACCESSIBILITY: Norfolk Manor is accessible and has an elevator which goes to all floors. The parking is on ground level as is the available street parking and there are no steps involved in accessing either our parking or our building.

Please contact our Managing Director David Ing directly to discuss your needs at your convenience.

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Remembering Our

VETERANS

 

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