As part of the Ontario Health Care delivery system, Mariann Home provides long term care to residents in close cooperation with community support services.

Applications for admission are considered from residents of retirement homes, other long term care settings, hospitals, and the com-munity at large. The application for admission is processed through Community Care Access Centre, York Region.

We will admit only those residents who can benefit from the care and service provided by the Nursing Home. In addition to essential services such as nursing, medicine, dietetics, therapeutic recreation, pastoral services, we also make podiatry, optometry, dental and physiotherapy services available to residents.

Other services can be arranged through community agencies.

about us

The Mariann Home - Putting The Resident First

MARIANN HOME is a Long Term Care facility. It is multicultural, and operated by Roman Catholic sisters. We are licensed to accommodate 64 nursing home care residents. There are 64 designated as long term care.

Mariann Home is operated by the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood as a non-profit registered charity..

Our Home is a HOME for the aged and the dependent, as it is dedicated to long term health care service. Inherent in the care of our residents is the Christian dignity, worth and individuality of each individual we serve. About the Above Logo: M and H, the beginning letters of Mariann Home, form the basic shape of the logo. However, the symbol has multiple meanings interrelated with each other. The home was originally named after Mariannhill, the first foundation of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood near Durban, South Africa. This foundation was named so by Francis Planner, our Founder, to honour both Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Anne, his grandmother. The M and H combine to form a cross - the cross that stood above Calvary Hill. Being at the centre of the logo and of Mariann Home, the cross indicates the Christian spiritual dimension permeating the Home.

The Mariann Home offers...

Nursing and personal care on a 24 hour basis, including care given by or under the supervision of a registered nurse or a registered practical nurse, the administration of medication and assistance with activities of daily living.

- Medical care that is available in the facility.
- Supplies and equipment for personal hygiene and grooming, including skin care (lotions, powders, shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, denture cups, cleansers, toilet tissue, facial tissue. These supplies are basic and family may give the residents their favourite brands).
- Meal service and meals, including three meals daily, snacks between meals and at bedtime.
- Special and therapeutic diets, dietary supplements and assistive devices for self-feeding.
- Social, recreational and physical activities and programs, including related supplies and equipment.
- Rehabilitation services and some related supplies and equipment.
- Bedroom furnishings, hospital-type adjustable bed with head and footboards are provided for all residents, adjustable bed rails, bedside table, and a comfortable chair.
- Mattresses, pillows, bedding and linen, towels and washcloths.
- Equipment for the general use of residents including wheelchairs and geriatric chairs, canes, walkers, toilet aids and other self-help aids for the activities of daily living.
- Laundry, including labelling, machine washing and drying of personal clothing.
- The cleaning and upkeep of accommodations.