St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa offers Spiritual/Religious care which provides a source of coping, inner strength, peace, hope & joy.
Housekeeping & Laundry
Resident rooms and common areas are maintained by housekeepers from 7 to 3 pm Monday to Friday. Resident rooms get a light clean daily and a big clean weekly. Rooms have limited storage capacity so we ask that resident bring 2 weeks’ worth of clothing only and limit the amount of clutter in their rooms in order to maintain a safe environment for themselves and staff.
The laundry team operates 7 days a week and cleans all your personal items as well as your linen. Any new clothing must be labeled. Please bring new items to reception where they will be sent to laundry for marking. Personal laundry should be robust wash and wear, that is easy to put on and take off. Dry cleaning is available through an external provider, paid by the resident. If you require this service please see the Manager of support services.
Culinary Delights (Menu)
At St Patrick’s home we provide a rotating 3 week menu that meets Canada’s food guide as well as resident likes and dislikes. Menus are reviewed seasonally by resident’s council and changed as needed. Click here for current menu.
Catering/Hosting an Event
Families are encouraged to attend our special events as listed on the recreation calendar and all holidays. If you would like to join your family member for lunch or supper please speak with the Food Service Supervisor in person, or call 613-731-0094 ext. 250 or by email at email@example.com any larger events should be discussed with the supervisor who can provide many options for groups from 6 to 100 people.
Host an event at St. Pat’s
Looking for a room to book for your community group? St Patrick’s Home can help. We have space for 18 people in a boardroom setting up to 100 people in a theater style setting. Our rooms are outfitted with the latest in audio visual and Wi-Fi is also available. For bookings or information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paddy’s Place-Hours of Operation
St Patrick’s Home offers a small retail outlet managed by volunteers who offer hot and cold beverages, pastries as well as soup and sandwiches at lunch. Paddy’s Place is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 1:30pm.
Teena has recently taken on a new role as Coordinator of Quality Improvement at St. Pat’s. Teena brings with her over 25 years experience as a senior manager of community based long-term care services. Prior to joining St. Pat’s she held the position of Executive Director of The In Community, a multi service agency meeting the needs of adults living in the community with significant physical disabilities. Teena is excited to begin contributing to the ongoing successes of St. Pat's Home.Teena Tomlinson