Clearview Lodge has 77 units dedicated to Supportive Living for Seniors.
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When the Fire Alarm Sounds:
Report all hazards to appropriate personnel.
If a Resident is requiring maintenance in their suite they need to inform Housekeeping or the HCAs who will document the request and send it to Maintenance.
The Resident is responsible for the costs of repairing/replacing:
The Resident will be responsible to:
Repairs for damage caused by resident (or their guests) will be completed or arranged by TDHF. Any associated costs are the responsibility of the resident.
Due care & attention must be given to TDHF furnishings. Any repairs and / or replacements required for damages, over and above what is deemed normal wear & tear, will be at the expense of the resident.
Reference: TDHF Clearview Lodge Residential Tenancy Agreement (Regular Lodge T-45) and (Enhanced Lodge T-44).
Move Out Inspection of Suite
When the Suite has been vacated, a move-out inspection report is to be completed by management, together with the resident (or responsible party). If the resident or responsible party does not wish to be present during the move-out inspection, they will be advised that Managements decisions on the state of the suite and any associated costs will stand. Move outs will only be conducted during regular business hours.
This applies to new residents and to residents transferring to a different suite.
1) Residents Responsibility when vacating the suite (Note: Refer to #2 and #3 for ADL and Removing of Shelving)
The Resident’s Responsible Party and/or Legal Guardian will be responsible for removing all of the Resident’s belongings, furniture and/or equipment when the Suite is vacated. The Suite must be restored to its original appearance and all restoration work must be completed by TDHF Maintenance Staff. Should the Suite not be restored to its original condition, any charges resulting from this work will be charged to the Resident.
2) Aids to Daily Living (ADL):
Any Aids to Daily Living which have been installed in the suite are to be removed by a TDHF Maintenance employee. All grab bars existing or installed in the suites bathroom will remain upon the resident’s move out.
Any items such as arco rails, saskapoles, raised toilet seats, tub chairs are the responsibility of the resident or family to return to the Occupational Therapy Department at the Taber hospital or to move to the resident’s new place of residency. All installed toilevators will remain in the vacated suite and become the property of TDHF.
3) Removal of Shelving
Should the resident wish to remove shelving he/she will be responsible for all costs associated to the repairing of the affected wall.
Reference: TDHF Clearview Lodge Residential Tenancy Agreement (Regular Lodge T-45) and (Enhanced Lodge T-44)
Welcome to the Clearview Lodge!
At Clearview Lodge you will find everything to make your retirement years comfortable. To help make your stay as pleasant as possible we have provided you with this Lodge Handbook. The Handbook was designed to provide you with as much information as possible and to help answer any questions that you may have.