Continuing Care - Long-Term Care Facilities

Provided by: Government of Nova Scotia - Department of Health and Wellness (aka DHW)

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Contact Details

Toll-Free:
1-800-225-7225
Across North America

Website:
https://novascotia.ca/dhw/ccs

Service Description

* COVID-19 UPDATE - Government services have been affected by COVID-19 * Visit website for information on service delivery during the pandemic https://novascotia.ca/dhw/

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Long-term care facilities provide services for individuals who need ongoing care on a long-term basis (permanent placement) or short-term basis (respite care). There are 2 types of long-term care facilities available, nursing homes and residential care facilities.

Nursing homes are important options for people who have difficulty performing everyday tasks such as, dressing, bathing and toileting. Nursing home placement is appropriate for people who are medically stable but have nursing needs that cannot be met through home care.

When home care does not meet the needs of a person and nursing home care is not required, a residential care facility may be the solution. Residential care facilities provide people with personal care, supervision and accommodation in a safe and supportive environment.

A directory of nursing homes and residential care facilities as well as community based options is available on the website.

Eligibility

Eligibility is assessed by a continuing care coordinator

Service Info

Service Website:
https://novascotia.ca/dhw/ccs/long-term-care.asp

Application Process:
The one number to call to connect with Continuing Care services is 1-800-225-7225 (toll free across North America)

A care coordinator will help you assess your needs and the services that would best meet them. If you are already a client of Continuing Care, but feel your needs have changed, contact your care coordinator.

If you are calling from outside North America, about someone who lives in a community serviced by the Nova Scotia Health Authority, please call the appropriate number below:

* Annapolis and Kings Counties: 902-487-0297
* Cape Breton County, Northern and Central Inverness County and Victoria County: 902-487-0298
* Colchester County and Municipality of East Hants: 902-487-0296
* Cumberland County: 902-487-0296
* Guysborough, Antigonish and Richmond Counties and the southern portion of Inverness County: 902-487-0298
* Halifax Regional Municipality and Hants County: 902-487-0607
* Pictou County: 902-487-0296
* Lunenburg and Queens Counties: 902-487-0297
* Digby, Shelburne and Yarmouth Counties: 902-487-0297

Documents Required:
Assessment by a continuing care coordinator

Fees:
Long-term care costs are shared by you, as the resident, and the provincial government * The Department of Health and Wellness pays for the health care costs, and you pay your accommodation costs and personal expenses * The Department of Health and Wellness sets standard accommodation charges annually * Those who are able to pay the full standard accommodation charge are not required to complete a financial assessment * Those who cannot pay the standard accommodation charge can apply to have their rate reduced through an income based financial assessment * A care coordinator will confirm costs during your assessment

Languages:
English * French speaking care coordinators are available in certain areas of the province

Coverage Area:
Nova Scotia

Locations

Continuing Care Program

Private Location
, NS

TollFree:
1-800-225-7225
Across North America

Website:
https://novascotia.ca/dhw/ccs

Accessibility:
Not applicable

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Continuing Care Program (aka Continuing Care Services)

Address:
Private Location
NS

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Mailing Address:
Department of Health and Wellness
PO Box 488
Halifax, NS B3J 2R8

Site Info

Toll-Free:
1-800-225-7225
Across North America

Website:
https://novascotia.ca/dhw/ccs

Site Hours:

Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:

8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm

Accessibility:
Not applicable

Coverage Area:
Nova Scotia

Service Info

Service Website:
https://novascotia.ca/dhw/ccs/long-term-care.asp

Application Process:
The one number to call to connect with Continuing Care services is 1-800-225-7225 (toll free across North America)

A care coordinator will help you assess your needs and the services that would best meet them. If you are already a client of Continuing Care, but feel your needs have changed, contact your care coordinator.

If you are calling from outside North America, about someone who lives in a community serviced by the Nova Scotia Health Authority, please call the appropriate number below:

* Annapolis and Kings Counties: 902-487-0297
* Cape Breton County, Northern and Central Inverness County and Victoria County: 902-487-0298
* Colchester County and Municipality of East Hants: 902-487-0296
* Cumberland County: 902-487-0296
* Guysborough, Antigonish and Richmond Counties and the southern portion of Inverness County: 902-487-0298
* Halifax Regional Municipality and Hants County: 902-487-0607
* Pictou County: 902-487-0296
* Lunenburg and Queens Counties: 902-487-0297
* Digby, Shelburne and Yarmouth Counties: 902-487-0297

Documents Required:
Assessment by a continuing care coordinator

Fees:
Long-term care costs are shared by you, as the resident, and the provincial government * The Department of Health and Wellness pays for the health care costs, and you pay your accommodation costs and personal expenses * The Department of Health and Wellness sets standard accommodation charges annually * Those who are able to pay the full standard accommodation charge are not required to complete a financial assessment * Those who cannot pay the standard accommodation charge can apply to have their rate reduced through an income based financial assessment * A care coordinator will confirm costs during your assessment

Languages:
English * French speaking care coordinators are available in certain areas of the province

Coverage Area:
Nova Scotia

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