Frost Manor is a licensed and accredited long-term care residence. This home is located on a treed residential street in the heart of Lindsay. We are easily accessible by public transit and offer on-site parking facilities. Acute care services are easily accessed at Lindsay's Ross Memorial Hospital.
Attractively decorated, modern single level home
Accredited by Accreditation Canada
62 beds (8 private, 20 semi-private and 34 basic)
Committed to staff education
Supportive Measures Specialist offering on-going support to staff and residents concerning the individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
Individualized care of residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Garden and patio areas
Active social and recreation program
Residents are encouraged to take part in the life of Lindsay and we invite local people to become involved in our home. Our outings include shopping excursions, picnics, scenic boat trips along the Trent Canal, and fall bus tours to Haliburton to enjoy the autumn colours. A favourite excursion is to the two local fall fairs where our residents proudly enter their baking goods and crafts. Our volunteers add much to the good times we have playing shuffleboard, helping with our summer barbecues, birthday parties, annual bazaars, our annual strawberry tea and holiday dinners. Children, local entertainers and clergy visit us regularly.
Creative volunteer enjoying 10 years at Frost May 7, 2013 Mary McGee started volunteering at Frost Manor almost 10 years ago when her husband was a resident at the Lindsay long-term care home. Although her husband has since passed away, McGee continues to serve the home’s residents by leading a weekly crafts program that’s a hit with everyone. Read more >
Communication makes home comfortable for family April 18, 2013 The morning of her wedding-vow renewal ceremony, Frost Manor resident Sheila Brough got to sleep in. Read more >
The people, not the building, make a home a home: family member February 20, 2013 A brand-new long-term care home might have the latest in design features with all the bells and whistles not found in older homes, but at the end of the day what makes a difference is the people who work in a home, says Bob Brough. Read more >
Caring Frost Manor team alleviates family member's stress January 30, 2013 Since both her parents moved into Frost Manor, Connie Shannon says the stress of making sure her mom and dad got to their appointments on time and always had someone with them has been alleviated. Read more >
Frost Manor focusing on enhancing end-of-life care December 5, 2012 Frost Manor has put increased focus on end-of-life care recently, resulting in the formation of a palliative-care team and ramped-up end-of-life practices. Read more >