New Resident Information

Message from Residents Council Leadership Team

Good health care doesn’t just happen. It comes from the heart of the Home’s employees. That is the reality here at St. Joseph’s at Fleming. On behalf of all the Residents here, we extend our hands in applause and appreciation to our St. Joseph’s at Fleming family, and invite you to come and see what we are all about!

Resident Leadership Team

Message from Family Council President

Family Council is a group of friends and relatives of Residents at St. Joseph’s at Fleming.

Our role is to give the families of Residents a voice, encouragement, support and to provide education and information. The Family Council gives families a chance to express their ideas and concerns and work for positive change.

Need to talk? Want to join Family Council? We welcome your ideas, information and concerns. We meet quarterly.  For exact dates and times contact Peter and Rita Michielsen by email or at (705) 750-0050.

Peter Michielsen  |

Message from Auxiliary President

Member of the Auxiliary strive to bring joy and happiness into the lives of the Residents of St. Joseph’s at Fleming through a number of fundraising events and activities. The Strawberry Social, and the Fall Bazaar are a mainstay here at the Home. The Auxiliary continues to be an integral part of the history of St. Joseph’s at Fleming by helping to add a personal touch to our new Residents through their welcome ‘handi-sac’ program. The Auxiliary is always looking for new members and welcome all interested.

Mary Smith  |

Book a Tour

Tours are held every Thursday at 2:30pm

Please contact 705-743-4744  Monday to Friday,  8:30-4:00 pm to book your tour.

Helpful Hints

Entering a Long Term Care Home can be an overwhelming experience for both, the Resident and the family.  What to bring, privacy, what to expect, and many other valid questions will come up.  Please click on the link below for a summary of some helpful hints brought forward by former Residents and their families.

Helpful Hints on Admission Day

Elderly woman sitting on a bench outside