Frost Manor residents and staff spent a day in their jammies

Frost Manor life enrichment team members, from left, Amy Whitehead, Kim Williams, Jesse Fraser and Lyndsay Burton, dressed up for National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day on April 16.

The home’s first celebration of National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day brought residents and staff together for a fun activity that was enjoyed by all

Frost Manor residents and staff members practically didn’t get out of bed on April 16. Read more

Frost Manor volunteers treated to Mexican-themed luncheon to thank them for their work

Pictured above, Frost Manor hosted a Mexican-themed luncheon April 5 to celebrate the Lindsay long-term care home’s volunteers.

‘Our volunteers are so valuable to us; they help with a lot of our programming, and they really help enrich the lives of our residents’

LINDSAY, Ont. – Frost Manor team members celebrated their volunteers April 5 by hosting a Mexican-themed luncheon in honour of the people who generously donate their time to enhancing the quality of life for the Lindsay long-term care home’s 62 residents. Read more

Helene Waddell is a ‘natural volunteer’ at Frost Manor

Volunteer Helene Waddell (left) and life enrichment co-ordinator Lyndsay Burton are pictured here during Frost Manor’s annual volunteer appreciation luncheon April 5.

‘When she first came here, she burst in with energy and she just started helping – it was something she just didn’t think anything of’

When her father moved into Frost Manor in July, Helene Waddell says she immediately sensed the warmth and love that staff members at the Lindsay long-term care home have for residents. She also felt the need to help, so Helene quickly began visiting with other residents when she was at Frost to see her dad. Read more

Magician wows Frost Manor residents

Frost Manor resident Grant Thurston helps magician Ron Guttman with a trick during a March 18 performance at the home.

Residents wanted something unique for entertainment and Ron Guttman delivered a unique performance

Frost Manor residents wanted to experience a different type of entertainment and magician Ron Guttman fit the bill when he brought his act to the Lindsay long-term care home March 18. Read more

Frost Manor hosts party to wish Sandi Allison a happy retirement

Sandi Allison gets ready to cut the cake at her March 13 retirement party at Frost Manor. Sandi recently retired after serving as the Lindsay long-term care home’s office manager for 14 years.

Team members send much-loved office manager their best wishes and reflect on the value she brought to the home

LINDSAY, Ont. – There were tears and laughter at Frost Manor on March 13 as staff members shared their memories of working with office manager Sandi Allison who recently retired after serving the Lindsay long-term care home for 14 years. Read more

Residents keen about being green

Willows Estate to mark St. Patrick’s Day

From Chicago dying a river green to tinting pints with a greenish hue, everyone becomes a little Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Read more

Frost Manor recently turned into ‘Margaritaville’

Frost Manor residents are pictured here enjoying margaritas on National Margarita Day on Feb. 22.

Day of celebration helps shake off winter blues

Since winter doesn’t seem to want to go away, the folks at Frost Manor decided to bring some sunshine to the Lindsay long-term care home Feb. 22 by celebrating the margarita, the ultimate beverage of warm-weather fun. Read more

Residents’ family members, friends invited to join Frost Manor’s Valentine’s Day lunch

Frost Manor resident Joan Charlebois (left) and her friend Deanna Holliganer are seen here during the home’s Feb. 14 luncheon.

Team members wanted to make event inclusive for residents without spouses

Valentine’s Day can be a lonely occasion for those residents without spouses, so Frost Manor encouraged residents to invite a friend or family member to attend this year’s sweetheart luncheon with them. Read more

Generous donation from local church will support Frost Manor therapeutic music programs

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St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church donates more than $1,100 to residents. Their first music program will be on Feb. 4

A generous donation from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Lindsay is helping support music therapy programs at Frost Manor. Read more

New robotic cats bringing out Frost Manor residents’ ‘nurturing, caring nature’

From left, Frost Manor administrator and director of care Doneath Stewart and family members Lisa Hughes and Pat Finney pose with the home’s new robotic cats.

LEC notes that wandering and restlessness are reduced in residents who have cognitive impairment when they spend time with the cats

Thanks to a generous donation from two family members, Frost Manor residents are enjoying the company of some new furry friends. Read more