Long Term Care

Our long-term care homes provide health and personal care services for those with medical or physical needs. We understand that sometimes access to 24-hour nursing care, personal assistance, and other therapeutic services is essential. We create a supportive environment dedicated to your comfort and well-being.

Maplewood House and MSA Manor are the homes that make up Maplewood Care Society. Maplewood House has 78 ensuite rooms, 76 of which are funded by Fraser Health. Shamrock Lane has 23 ensuite rooms in a secure neighbourhood. The other two neighbourhoods are Rosewood and Bluebell Lanes. MSA Manor has 34 ensuite rooms.

  • Registered Nurse on site 24/7
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Registered Care Aides
  • Registered Social Worker
  • Partnered Pharmacies
  • Development and monitoring of therapeutic diets by Dietician
  • Rehabilitation programs through Therapist and Physio/Occupational Therapist. Nurse call bell system in each room for health emergencies or personal assistance
  • Visiting Foot Care Nurse, Dental Hygienist and Optometrist, as well as hearing clinics (at an extra charge)
  • Regular assistance with daily activities such as dressing, grooming, transferring, toileting, mobility, eating, and bathing.
  • Assisted bathing in special spa rooms for extra safety and comfort.
  • Ceiling or other lifts are available to help residents transfer to suites or bathing rooms.
  • On-site hairdressing services available at additional costs

We offer residents a variety of nutritious meal options, including three daily meals prepared in our kitchen and served in the dining room, seasonal menus, monthly theme specials, and an “Always Available” menu. We can also accommodate special diets for vegetarians and those on therapeutic diets. Meal delivery to rooms is available for residents experiencing episodic illness or injury, and snacks and refreshments are served between meals and in the evening.

We offer a variety of therapeutic recreation programs for groups and individuals. Programs are designed to meet the physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive needs of our residents.  We strive to increase quality of life and provide meaningful opportunities for engagement and connection.  Providing person centered care is our goal and providing choice and dignity to our residents. Our program is augmented by Art Therapy, Music Therapy and recreational therapy and volunteers.

We offer a variety of group and individual recreational programs for our residents, including physical exercise, games, discussion groups, art therapy, music therapy, and more. We also have lounges, common areas, and secure ground areas for residents to use.

Our community offers seniors-focused programs, events, and services. We’re committed to providing a fulfilling and enjoyable experience for our residents.

To Apply for Long-Term Care

If you are a caregiver with a loved one who can no longer live safely or independently at home due to their complex health care needs such as progression of a chronic illness, disability, or mental frailty, contact Fraser Health and ask for an assessment. The Abbotsford office number is 604-556-5000. A Case Manager will arrange to visit, and then make an assessment based on physical, mental, and social factors. If your loved one is currently in hospital, the team there will assist you with the process.

Maplewood Care Society receives primary funding through the Fraser Health Authority and all admissions are arranged through Fraser Health. Preferred Care Home choice is accommodated whenever possible, but urgent admissions usually go to the first available bed in the region. If residents wish to move after admission, they may put their name on a transfer waitlist for another Care Home.

For more information about accessing Fraser Health Residential Care Services, click here: Fraser Health Residential Care.

We encourage you to book a few tours of Care Homes in your area so you can get an idea of what services are provided.