Broadmead Care – Veterans Memorial Lodge
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In person
Organization Mission

Broadmead Care’s purpose is to build communities where every person can experience wellbeing and happiness. Our goal is to create a homelike environment for people and their families, with experiences and activities that honour their life history, support their abilities, and maintain their dignity. In serving our purpose, we find joy daily in small and large ways. Life isn’t always simple, and it’s not always easy, but it is always intentional: we are committed to innovate and reinvent what is possible when it comes to helping your loved ones feel a sense of belonging, respect, and acceptance.

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4579 Chatterton Way, Victoria, British Columbia (BC) V8X 4Y7
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Janet Power
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Canada, British Columbia (BC), Vancouver Island, Victoria
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British Columbia (BC)
British Columbia regions
Vancouver Island
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Basic Needs, Health
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Food, Housing/Shelter
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Health Supportive Services
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Veterans Memorial Lodge offers long term care (LTC) services to eligible veterans, as determined by Veterans Affairs Canada, and others who meet the criteria who meet the criteria for LTC as specified by the Island Health Authority.

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All admissions are managed by Island Health, through a Case Manager. Please contact Island Health directly at For more information, please browse their website, or read/download ‘Preparing for Long-Term Care’ available on the Island Health website.

At Veterans Memorial Lodge there are 201 private rooms and 12 double rooms. There are 9 units, or lodges, which house 14 to 45 residents per lodge. 115 beds are priority access beds and preferred admission beds for eligible Veterans (eligibility is determined by Veterans Affairs Canada). The cost of of long-term care starts at a minimum rate set by the Ministry of Health and increases according to the resident’s taxable income, to a maximum amount. The cost is set at 80% of the resident’s monthly taxable income, as filed on the resident’s annual tax return to Revenue Canada.

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