Orange Shirt Day
Orange Shirt Day takes place on September 30 every year. The annual events on this day are meant to commemorate the residential school experience, to witness and honour the healing journey of the thousands of survivors and their families, and to commit to the ongoing process of reconciliation. We will be making a donation towards the Orange Shirt Society for everyone who wore orange yesterday.
Updated Visiting Policy
*New*Indoor Social Visits
If there is no active COVID-19 outbreak at the facility, a resident may visit with one designated family member or friend*.
*Facility staff/operator can approve a change to the designated visitor under extenuating circumstances; for example, if the visitor moves away or becomes ill and is unable to visit.
The visitor must:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an indoor social visit, as the designated visitor. We will do our best to accommodate a weekly indoor visit.
The essential visitor policy remains in effect at Long Term Care and Assisted Living facilities. Essential visits are:
Unlike social visits, a client can have more than one essential visitor but only one visitor is allowed at a time*.
*More than one visitor during a visit may be allowed for palliative and end-of-life care.
As per the provincial guidance, all visitors are required to:
There continues to be no signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in any of our residents/tenants or staff at Casa Loma and Comox Valley Seniors Village and for that we are very grateful. Should the status of our community change in any respect, please know that we will immediately contact families.
A big thank you to everyone for working so hard to keep Casa Loma and Comox Valley Seniors Village safe and healthy, as well as for the kindness, understanding and support there has been.
The Team at Comox Valley Seniors Village and Casa Loma