Springdale Country Manor is a licensed and accredited, long-term care residence in a quiet country setting just outside of Peterborough. Our dedicated staff provides compassionate, supportive and professional care and services to 68 residents with varying interests
Attractively decorated, modern single level home
Accredited by Accreditation Canada
68 beds (private, semi-private and 2 bed basic)
Committed to staff education
Located within minutes of the Peterborough Regional Health Care Centre
Supportive Measures Specialist offering on-going support to staff and residents concerning the individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
Individualized care of residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Enclosed garden and patio area
Active social and recreation program
Springdale Country Manor enjoys strong community support. Based on our belief that residents continue to be valued citizens, we encourage them to take part in the life of the surrounding community and invite people from this area to become involved in our home. Children, local entertainers and clergy visit us regularly. Volunteers add much to the good times we have at our theme days, birthday parties, holiday events and celebrations.
'Third-hand smoke' may become LTC issue: administrator June 3, 2013 The risks associated with first- and second-hand tobacco smoke are well documented, but the issue of “third-hand smoke” is not something a lot of people are familiar with — however, it’s a subject that’s likely on the horizon, given the attention it’s receiving in the U.S., says Maureen King. Read more >
Intergenerational camp a hit with residents August 28, 2012 For Springdale Country Manor resident Marjorie Fraser, children are not a common sight — at least not lots of them, all day, for a week. Read more >
Springdale LEA makes music breakthrough July 3, 2012 Springdale Country Manor life enrichment aide Nikki English and her musical partner and husband Keith Robertson, who are in the country-western trio Western Avenue, are getting ready to have their new single played on country stations nationwide, and the team at the Peterborough County long-term care home couldn’t be happier. Read more >
Harvesting sensory stimulation, growing community June 26, 2012A vegetable garden growing in Springdale Country Manor’s backyard is cultivating sensory stimulation, fond memories and a lot of fun for residents of all abilities at the Peterborough County long-term care home. Read more >
Spirit of camaraderie draws LEC back to OMNI June 19, 2012 Springdale Country Manor life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Candice Stewart says the camaraderie found in OMNI Health Care long-term care homes is what she missed most about being away from the organization for two years. Read more >