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COVID-19 Screening measures at Woodingford 

Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

  

Updated November 24, 2020

Positive COVID-19 case for employee at Woodstock site


An employee at the Woodingford Lodge site in Woodstock has tested positive for COVID-19.

Woodingford Lodge received the test result from Southwestern Public Health on November 24 and has notified residents and families that the home is in outbreak status and closed to visitors. Enhanced infection and outbreak control measures have been put into place. Woodingford Lodge sites in Ingersoll and Tillsonburg are not affected.

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News & updates

We're going to soak up the sun!

Woodingford Lodge-Woodstock is starting on itspath to soak up the sun! A project to install solar panels on the roof has begun with substantial completion expected by March 2021. The use of solar panels will help to offset the energy ourWoodstock location usesfrom the grid. This initiative supports Oxford County's Energy Management Plan and committment to achieving 100% renewable energy by 2050. As the installation work continues, there may be an increase in noise; however, there will be no change to resident service.
 

Family Transition Program participant celebrates birthday with Woodingford Lodge

Family Transition Program participant, Mary, celebrates her 90th birthday at Woodingford LodgeLast month, Mary, a participant of our unique Family Transition Program, along with friends, family, Woodingford staff and residents participated in celebrations for her 90th birthday!

Part of what makes the Family Transition Program so special is that it allows future long-term care residents to begin to feel comfortable with what life might look like in a long-term care facility before their actual move-in day. And, that includes celebrating life milestones like birthdays! Happy Birthday 90th birthday Mary, from our staff and residents at Woodingford Lodge to you!

If you'd like to learn more about the Family Transition Program, visit http://www.oxfordcounty.ca/familytransition.
 

Family Transition Program selected for SPARK mentorship

Woodingford Lodge’s Family Transition Program was accepted to be a part of this year’s prestigious SPARK mentorship program which will see the Family Transition Program receive support from the Mental Health Coalition of Canada. SPARK or the Supporting the Promotion of Activated Research and Knowledge training program helps participants who work, or volunteer in the mental health or substance use and addiction fields apply techniques for moving ideas into practice. The Family Transition Program team was one of 16 projects selected this year. The program will receive mentorship for one year from renowned researches to help us enhance this project on a national level. Additionally, as part of the selection, team members were invited to attend a multi-day workshop where they had an opportunity to learn and work alongside an experienced mentor and knowledge translation experts.
 

Family Transition Program highlighted by CTV Kitchener

The Family Transition Program and two wonderful clients, Mary Saunders and her daughter Janet, who are currently participating in the program were featured Monday evening's broadcast of CTV Kitchener to help raise awareness for the transition program. Watch the segment below:

Locations

The largest of our homes is located in Woodstock. A beautiful 160 bed, 2 storey residence built into a hill and overlooking southern Woodstock.

Location

300 Juliana Drive
Woodstock, ON N4V0A1
Phone (519) 421-5556
Fax (519) 533-0781


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Location

325 Thames Street South
Ingersoll, ON N5C2T8
Phone (519) 485-7053
Fax (519) 485-6298 


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Location

52 Venison Street West
Tillsonburg, ON N4G 1V1
Phone (519) 688-4874 
Fax (519) 688-3403


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Oxford County is taking steps to support our community's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) and measures taken by Southwestern Public Health. We are monitoring our operations daily to ensure we are taking the right actions to protect our residents, employees and visitors. Get updates at www.oxfordcounty.ca/COVID-19