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A warm welcome to all who come to St. Joseph's Manor. Our primary goal is to provide quality care to residents in a friendly, safe environment.

Click Here For The Monthly Activity Calendar at St. Joseph's Manor. Activities are available for both residents, and visitors.

There are no visiting hour restrictions in the Home, however visitors are asked to exercise their discretion.

To arrange for a tour or for further information please contact the Administrative Assistant at (705)­ 848-­1443 ext 4000.

A Residents Council is made up of and represents all Residents in a Long Term Care Home. 

Watch a photo slideshow of St. Joseph's Manor in Elliot Lake, Ontario.

The multidisciplinary health care team plans and coordinates the delivery of care which stresses quality of life and maintenance of optimum levels of performance in residents' daily activities.

St. Joseph's Manor provides additional health services should they be required by a resident.

The Recreation/Activation Department is committed to providing high quality leisure experiences that meet the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual needs of all residents.

Our Pastoral Care is facilitated by our Recreational Therapist/Activity director in conjunction with the Pastoral Care provider at SJGH.

Other services include hairdressing/barbershop, a gift/tuck shop, laundry and mail services.

St. Joseph's Manor provides different levels of care based on the particular needs of the individual.

SJM encourages family and residents to consider SJM their home. This includes making the room as “homelike” as possible. 

For admission to St. Joseph's Manor, contact the North East Community Care Access Centre. This service manages and co­ordinates all placements in Long­ Term Care Homes for this area.

The Home offers three rates of payment for accommodation; basic, semi­private and private rate. A set number of rooms are classified to each rate as designated by the MOHLTC.

We encourage residents to go on outings with family and friends.  Please notify staff prior to the resident leaving and upon the resident’s return.  

The Fundamental Principle and the Residents’ Bill of Rights under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007