Presentation Manor opens its doors with an inviting, home-like environment that provides care and compassion to its residents in both assisted and independent living suites.
Preparations for COVID-19
Presentation Manor puts the health and wellness of our residents and staff as our highest priority. Our team will provide updates of on-going preparations and measures to deal with COVID-19, provided by the provincial and federal governments as they become available.
At this time, all non-essential visitors will not be admitted into the building until further notice.
What we are doing at PM
Non-essential visitors are not permitted
All staff undergo active screening
Daily Mass has been cancelled
Buffet service has been cancelled
Large gatherings/activities have been modified to smaller group programming
Our pool is closed indefinitely
Tours have been cancelled
Increased handwashing protocols throughout the building
Family members who would like to video chat with their loved ones can do so by speaking to our Director of Recreation Bremen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Small walking group has been set up to continue active living
We have created a place where people of all faiths and traditions can live collaboratively, in an inclusive, welcoming community that we call home.
What’s going on at Presentation Manor
Presentation Manor visited McMichael Gallery on January 30 for the exhibit “A Like Vision”. In commemoration of the centenary of that first exhibition, the McMichael Canadian Art collection has mounted a landmark exhibition of the group’s finest pieces from the...read more
Students from Royal Crown Academy visited residents of Presentation Manor. Both groups shared their love and knowledge of painting and knitting respectively. To break the ice between the two groups, the residents taught the young students how knit on the first day....read more
Bob & Alice Tighe
Bob and Alice Tighe