What's Happening at St. Joseph's

St. Joseph’s at Fleming Invests in Quality Resident Care

    February 7, 2017 St. Joseph’s at Fleming is pleased to announce that we are investing in quality care for our Residents through a restructuring of the nursing staff. The restructuring represents the next step in our continuous improvement plan. Under the new staffing plan, our Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) to Residents ratio will…read more

Veterans Honoured at Ceremony at St. Joseph’s at Fleming

Memories of the Second World War came flowing back for veterans living at St. Joseph’s at Fleming… But Jean Welbourn says they aren’t all bad… Welbourn: I got to visit my grandmother and cousins in Ireland so it got to work out very well. The longtime city resident served overseas as a secretary in the…read more

Accreditation 2017

The Home continues its accreditation ‘road trip’ with the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF puts person served front and centre.  Surveyors will interview employees, person served, and families; while observing organizational practices, reviewing documents, and suggesting ways to improve operations and service delivery.  The survey team will be focusing on the areas…read more

CAPITAL PROJECTS UPDATE – What’s happening in the Home!

St. Joseph’s at Fleming is continuing its capital upgrades into 2017.  Electronic Door Locks – the Home will be enhancing security by installing electronic door locks on our exterior doors. A key fob (card reader) will be available for employees, families and residents (those approved by Nursing) which will allow controlled access to the building. …read more

New Path At St. Joseph’s At Fleming

Residents of St. Joseph’s At Fleming now have a safe place to stroll. On Tuesday (Aug. 23) a new accessible path was officially opened. The path surrounds the long-term care home on Brealey Drive and features gardens, gazebos, sensory stations and other places for residents to stop and admire the view. All three levels of…read more

Spelling Bee Practice

Kawartha Heights Public School students joined residents of St. Joseph’s at Fleming for an inter-generational spelling study session on Friday (April 29) in advance of the 2016 Rotary Spelling Bee. Kaleigh Clow and Jailea MacDonald joined Jackie Moore and Pat Lathangue for a quick practice session at the Peterborough retirement home. The students will participate…read more