Proposed Riverview Manor design gets thumbs up from new neighbours, family members

Bird’s eye view of proposed development for the new Riverview Manor by G architects.

About 20 people attend public meeting to learn about redevelopment plan

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – OMNI Health Care and G architects hosted a public meeting Jan. 15 in Peterborough to share the proposed redevelopment plans for the new Riverview Manor which is slated to be built by December 2022. Read more

Two Riverview Manor residents treated to NHL Alumni charity hockey game

From left to right, Riverview Manor life enrichment aide Adam Wicklum and residents Tim Brownson and Art Sonley are pictured here during a Dec. 8 charity hockey game at the Peterborough Memorial Centre.

Two Riverview Manor residents were treated to a recent charity hockey game featuring the NHL Alumni team against the Peterborough Law Enforcement Torch Run team. Proceeds from the event support the Special Olympics and the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Read more

New Riverview Manor designed to be a community beacon

Bird’s eye view of proposed development for the new Riverview Manor by G architects.

Architect says integrating LTC homes with communities helps combat stigma and creates a happier living and working environment for residents and staff

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – The new 160-bed Riverview Manor, which will open in 2022, is designed to be a focal point in the local community that will attract people of all ages, break down the negative stigma of long-term care homes and create an atmosphere for happy, “energized” staff members, says architect Matt Galvin. Read more

Residents help make Riverview Christmas bake sale and raffle successful

So far, about $275 has been raised from the event to help support residents’ council

Riverview Manor hosted its annual Christmas bake sale and raffle sale Dec. 11, which has to date raised about $275 to help support the Peterborough long-term care home’s residents’ council. Read more

New Riverview Manor design applauded by administrator, residents, families

Bird’s-eye view of proposed development for the new Riverview Manor by G architects.

Stakeholders say more space and the elimination of three- and four-bed rooms will reduce agitation and improve residents’ quality of life

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – Riverview Manor residents, their families and staff members recently had their first glimpse of the design for the new Riverview Manor which will open on Langton St. in Peterborough’s north end by December 2022 — and they liked what they saw.
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Departments collaborate to host Christmas dinners for Riverview residents and families

Riverview Manor resident Patricia Fader is pictured here alongside her granddaughter, Sonia, who is sitting with Santa.

188 turkey dinners were prepared and served during two sittings

The Riverview Manor team served 188 Christmas dinners on Dec. 4 and Dec. 6 to the Peterborough long-term care home’s residents and family members.
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Riverview Manor spends much of Halloween week hosting spooky events for residents and staff

Costumes, pumpkin-carving and a party among the activities

The Riverview Manor team spent days leading up to Halloween and the big day itself engaging residents and staff members in all things that go along with the spookiest time of year. Read more

Residents get a big kick out of watching Riverview Manor ‘waterfall’

Unique experiences people don’t get to see very often can cause a lot of excitement, and this was the case July 19 when MCC Fire Equipment flushed out the fire hose connections at the front door. Read more

Riverview Manor’s ‘small but mighty’ Big Bike team raises $1,110 for HSF

Riverview Manor once again participated in the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada’s (HSF’s) annual Big Bike fundraiser, bringing in $1,110 to support the organization on June 13. Read more

Riverview Manor residents served ‘gourmet meal’ of roasted rack of lamb

Nutritional care team prepared the meal at residents’ request

When Riverview Manor residents requested a “gourmet meal” of roasted rack of lamb for dinner, the Peterborough long-term care home’s nutritional care team delivered. Read more