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RN says Frost Manor’s white board is streamlining communication among staff to prevent behaviours

Brittney Sharpe commends BSO team for creating multidisciplinary communication tool

Frost Manor RN Brittney Sharpe says the new white board created by the Lindsay long-term care home’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team is streamlining communication among staff members and fostering a strong team effort to prevent responsive behaviours from residents with cognitive impairment. Read more

BSO team creates communication tools to share information, enhance residents’ quality of life

Frost Manor RN Brittney Sharpe is seen here looking at the home’s new white board.

New communication boards at Frost Manor helping all staff members prevent responsive behaviours

Frost Manor’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team has created new communication tools to help share information with other staff members from all departments to enhance quality of life for residents living with cognitive impairment. Read more

Hayride, animals and friendly faces highlight Frost Manor residents’ third farm visit

 

Frost Manor residents and staff members are seen here getting ready to leave on a hayride around Nancy DeGeer’s farm on Oct. 5.

‘I love seeing the residents getting out and about and coming here,’ says Nancy DeGeer, farm’s owner

LINDSAY, Ont. – Sixteen Frost Manor residents returned to Nancy DeGeer’s farm Oct. 5 to have a day of outdoor fun in what is quickly becoming one of the Lindsay long-term care home’s signature outings. Read more

LEAs commended for hard work organizing Frost Manor’s Mother’s Day event

Entertainer Eileen Hennessy is seen here playing guitar for Frost Manor residents and their guests during the home's Mother's Day high tea on May 8.

Entertainer Eileen Hennessy is seen here playing guitar for Frost Manor residents and their guests during the home’s Mother’s Day high tea on May 8.

‘I had great reviews when I came into work,’ says LEC

When Frost Manor life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Vi O’Leary arrived at work Monday morning she was met with a flurry of kind comments from residents about the Mother’s Day high tea the Lindsay long-term care home had hosted Sunday. Read more

Lindsay church ensures area LTC homes have access to Easter service

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Frost Manor LEC Vi O’Leary commends St. Paul’s Anglican Church for community support

Frost Manor life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Vi O’Leary is commending St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Lindsay for once again supporting area long-term care homes by hosting a wheelchair-accessible Easter service on March 30. Read more