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Oct 3, 2022 – In the spirit of adopting a democratic process when making annual donations, SupportiveLiving.ca polled the residents at Lakeside Terrace to choose amongst the many organizations who support vulnerable populations. The residents unanimously chose SupportiveLiving.ca to give to the Working the Streets of Niagara organization to recognize Pastor Bill DeGuire who supports the homeless.

Working

Oct 2, 2022 - Residents at Lakeside Terrace Supportive Living.ca facility were treated to an end of summer barbecue by the parishoners at Wainfleet Be in Christ Church. The BBQ was planned as part of a Serve Weekend where the entire congregation from the church was invited to serve their local community. Their life group is dedicated to helping many groups, including the residents at SupportiveLiving.

Sept 30, 2022 - Port Colborne community resident, Ines Mundt, spent that last few months sewing over 25 hand-made quilts and donated them to the residents at Lakeside Terrace SupportiveLiving Residence in Port Colborne today.

She also donated handmade masks to the Humberstone Manor and Lakeside Terrace facilities back in March of 2020 when the COVID pandemic first began.

Both SL Director Shama Chaudhry

SupportiveLiving.ca is proud to partner with Fort Erie Native Cultural Center (FENFC) in our efforts toward providing support for indigenous communities across Ontario.

FENFC provides early education, healthy living programming and value covering all 4 areas of health (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual) for participants to succeed in their community.

FENFC focus and goals have remained the same which is “

Sept 1, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Jinalben Vland for September Employee of the Month 2022. Her quick action to help out at ano

August 3, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong front line workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Jyoti Narwal for Aug Employee of the Month 2022. This is the first time Jyoti has been selected. She was i

July 5, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Gursimran Mann for July Employee of the Month 2022. This is the FOURTH time Gursimran has be

June 1 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Gursimran Mann for June Employee of the Month 2022. This is the THIRD time Gursimran has been sele

May 2, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Amandeep Kaur for May Employee of the Month 2022. Jeanette has received many

April 5, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Jeanette Tremblay for April Employee of the Month 2022. Jeanette has received many complime

March 4, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Poonam Rani for March Employee of the Month 2022. Poonam was transferred from another facil

Feb 1, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Jinalben Vland for February Employee of the Month 2022. 

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Jan 2, 2022 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong front-line workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Wanda Rogers for January Employee of the Month 2022. This is the THIRD time Wanda has been s

Dec 14, 2021 - SupportiveLiving.ca is taking swift action to protect our staff and residents in all of our SL homes and is pleased to see that the Ontario government is taking our lead to speed up boosters and increase restrictions on congregate living spaces, in response to the spread of the COVID-19 OMICRON variant.

The OMICRON variant is now spreading quickly across Ontario and is expected

December 1, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Gursimran Mann for December Employee of the Month 2021. This is the SECOND time Gursimran has been select

Nov 1, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Poonam Rani for November Employee of the Month 2021.

A little about Poonam:

Poonam is from Pu

October 19, 2021 - Congratulations to SupportiveLiving.ca for being accredited by Canadian Business Review Board as the Best Business in Canada 2021 among other businesses.

The CBRB’s mission is to identify and promote consumer-centric businesses in Canada. Their accreditation is based on best practices as set out by the Harvard Business School.

SupportiveLiving.ca was awarded this accreditation

Oct 4, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Sukhveer Kaur for October Employee of the Month 2021.

A little about Sukhveer:

September 10, 2021 - Back in May, we announced that a major Hollywood production was filming at our SupportiveLiving.ca Brantford location and we promised to provide updates as they developed.

It’s now official! From the producers of “Yellowstone”, Paramount+, Paramount studios streaming service, has wrapped up filming the TV series, “Mayor of Kingstown” starring

Sept 13, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Gursimran Mann for September Employee of the Month 2021.

A little about Gursimran:

 

September 8, 2021 -In the spirit of giving and working in collaboration with our partners to help build a stronger community base, SupportiveLiving.ca has made a donation to Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre. Their mission is to enhance all aspects of Native life while extending friendship to the community.

As a housing provider, SupportiveLiving.ca upholds these values by finding ways to provi

August 11, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected Jinalben Vland for August Employee of the Month 2021.

A little about Jinal:

July 5, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

This month we selected 3 special employees for July: Wanda Rogers, Josephine Tom and Monica for July Employee of the Month

June 16, 2021 - Today, an early morning porch fire broke out at SupportiveLiving.ca’s Humberstone Manor facility in Port Colborne.  Fortunately, all staff and residents were evacuated safely and we are happy to report there were no injuries.

As the wellbeing of our staff and residents is our main priority, SupportiveLiving’s fire safety protocols and systems proved to be excep

Beyond the Streets Team in Welland

May 6, 2021 – When it comes to supporting our community partners whose priority is to help the homeless, SupportiveLiving.ca joins hands with organizations like Working the Streets Niagara.

SupportiveLiving.ca made a donation to Pastor Bill DeGuire, who runs an independent outreach program called Working the Streets Niagara that provides donated supplies to thos

May 5, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

Harmandeep Kaur has been selected as Employee of the Month for May 2021.

A little about Harmandeep:

April 22, 2021 - COMING SOON! OPENING OF TEMPERANCE HOUSE

SupportiveLiving.ca is pleased to announce the upcoming opening of our new residence, Temperance House, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, expanding our Niagara Regional division and providing much needed new housing in the Niagara Falls community. COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns have slowed renovations at

March 4, 2020 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

Monica has been selected as Employee of the Month for March 2021.

A little about Monica:

Monica ha

February 2, 2021 - As part of our ongoing commitment to build a strong frontline workforce at SupportiveLiving.ca, we strive to recognize and appreciate the diligence and hard work of our employees who demonstrate excellent performance in their role as home operator.

Wanda Rogers has been selected as Employee of the Month for February 2021.

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SL Director of Communications, Shama Chaudhry with Andrea Martin, Pharmacy Technician, UniMed Dispensaries

Dec 15, 2020 – SupportiveLiving partnered with UniMed Dispensaries to deliver Christmas packages to all the residents at New Beginnings Residence in St.Thomas.

The packages consisted of a pair of pajama pants, socks, mitts and chocolates. This annual tradition is fu

Dec 11, 2020 – There are special members in our community who are selfless and compassionate, and continue to remember our residents, especially during challenging times of COVID-19.

Jetta Witlib from the Welland Hospital teams up every year with Liliana Borelli at Welland Banquet Hall Casa Dante, to deliver Christmas lunch to over 45 re

Monday Dec 7, 2020 – Every year, as we enter the Christmas season, we open our arms to our community partners to help us spread Christmas cheer for our residents. This year, the Office of Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament of Niagara Centre, reached out to do exactly that with Vance himself dropping off poinsettias to our Niagara homes in Port Colborne and Welland.

SL Director of Communications,

Sept 30, 2020 - In light of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases across Ontario and SupportiveLiving.ca's commitment to the ongoing well-being of our residents and staff, effective immediately, all SupportiveLiving homes will be limiting visitors to essential care giving staff only.

This includes:

• Personal Support Workers for ongoing care
• Medical Staff: Doctors a

July 21, 2020 - SupportiveLiving.ca is pleased to announce the opening of our new residence, Wilson House, in Seaforth, Ontario, adding another jewel to our western division.

Wilson House is a historic 1890s-built mansion, equipped with apartment units with shared accommodations. The home is nestled in a beautiful and mature residential area, neighboring a retirement living home on Wilson Street.

With

June 15, 2020 -  Earlier this month, we were able to open up a limited scope of admissions to help alleviate the strain that the mental health hospital systems were experiencing.

Today, we are pleased to announce that we are broadening the scope of new admissions to SL homes to select regions in Ontario.

Admissions will now be open to individuals coming from hospitals, shelters, and independent l

June 9, 2020 - Pastor Otis and his band, from Living Waters Fellowship in Niagara Falls, did not let COVID-19 stop them from visiting Lakeside Terrace and Humberstone Manor Supportive Living homes to spread cheer, blessings and entertainment to our residents. The Pastor set up his entertainment in the parking lots of both homes and entertained socially-distanced residents with songs, and prayers of su

April 10, 2020 – How are we keeping our SL family safe?

SupportiveLiving.ca applied the necessary COVID-19 protection protocols and measures, before public health officials issued their orders, to safeguard the wellbeing of the public.

PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE

March 2 – SL.ca Protocols were put into place to isolate our resi

March 26, 2020 - As many of you are aware, due to the safety concerns during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have temporarily put a hold on all new admissions to our homes.

We do not expect this to be permanent; however we do anticipate a huge demand for placement beds as soon as we lift the hold. Wait lists are currently forming for open bed spaces so we are strongly encouraging all client agencies to submit applic

March 25, 2020 - What we are doing at SupportiveLiving.ca to keep our residents, staff and the public safe

Dear friends, colleagues and members of our communities,

We are all going through a crisis in our healthcare system that has been unprecedented. SupportiveLiving.ca executives, management, and front line staff have been working around the clock monitoring the ever evolving situation in an effort t

March 14, 2020 - To all of our valued client agencies, healthcare partners and resident family members. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, effective immediately, SupportiveLiving.ca is limiting all visitors to our facilities with the exception of emergency healthcare service providers.

This precautionary measure is being taken to protect the health and well-being of our staff and residents by limiting the potential of

March 12 - One of the greatest strengths we hold at SupportiveLiving.ca is our commitment to the ongoing health and well-being of our residents and employees. The Coronavirus pandemic that is developing is our opportunity and obligation to put people’s safety first. Regardless of how this health threat progresses, it is our goal to protect the well-being of our residents, their families, and our employees. 

March 2020 - Vishal Chityal, CEO, President and Founder of SupportiveLiving.ca has received a nomination for yet another award in recognition of his outstanding contributions.

The Eminence Award recognizes an individual making a huge impact in their community. In a time where mental health issues and the housing crisis are intertwined, there is a tremendous need to shelter those who need support. Vishal h

February 2020 - SupportiveLiving.ca recognizes that the wellness of our residents is not just focusing on mental health but providing physical and emotional support.

With his continuous spirit of giving, Vishal Chityal, CEO, President and Founder has personally donated hundreds of new bed sets to all SL residences.

“SupportiveLiving is not just about housing our residents. It’s about giving

February 2020 - While SupportiveLiving.ca prides itself in providing housing for their residents, it doesn’t end there. SupportiveLiving management and front line staff make every effort to establish personal connections and build strong personal relationships with our residents.

Resident Lisa Parks, from White House Lodge Supportive Living Residence

Our CEO, President and Founder, Vishal Ch

Monday, Feb 3, 2020 - It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our resident, James (Jim) Warring. He passed away peacefully at Woolcot Wing in Welland Hospital.

”15 years ago when I began SupportiveLiving.ca with my first house in Welland, James was one of the first four residents that I housed. He was a misunderstood young man, full of life who needed an outlet and a supportive environment to

January 18, 2020 - With the winter storm that affected many parts of Ontario this past Saturday, a potential housing crisis was averted in the rural community of Harriston.

Due to the heavy snowfall throughout the day, the weight of the snow crushed a boiler vent at a SupportiveLiving home, rendering the boiler system inoperable. SupportiveLiving’s management team, front line staff and community partners

Jan 22, 2020 -We would like to give a HUGE shout out to the Salvation Army in St. Thomas for their continuous donations to #WalnutManor Supportive Living Residence.

Salvation Army’s Jennifer Atkins with SupportiveLiving Manager of Client Relations, Patrick Pinnoy along with the church’s children

The church donated food to the home back in December as part of their Christmas drive and then a

December 12, 2019 - SupportiveLiving.ca was ‘in the house’ at New Beginnings in St. Thomas Ontario, to spread some Christmas cheer! The team was invited to the party by residence owner Sandra Ferguson and hosted by New Beginning’s manager, Trudy Marchand.

Trudy Marchand, Manager, New Beginnings and Vishal Chityal, CEO, President and Founder, SupportiveLiving.ca

SL Management came bear

December 10, 2019 - SupportiveLiving.ca is proud to announce that they are the recipient of a National Enablement Award. Canadian over 50’s Housing Awards bestowed the honour upon SupportiveLiving.ca in a ceremony that took place in Mississauga, Ontario on Dec 10, 2019.

SupportiveLiving.ca was named "The Most Outstanding Supportive Services Management Team in Canada."

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