Front sign at the Glen Stor Dun Lodge surrounded by trees

This 132-bed non-profit facility offers long-term care and outreach services to the citizens of our community. The Lodge building is a four-storey custom-designed structure.

The ground floor consists of social amenities and community areas. The three upper floors are resident areas, with 108 private rooms, two of which are short-stay rooms, 12 semi-private rooms with two beds each, resident galleries, dining rooms, activity rooms and personal care areas.

The special care unit houses 44 residents, divided into male and female areas. A special care garden, with a raised vegetable bed for a gardening program, is available for special care residents.

Outdoor resident areas include a verandah and gazebo, which residents and families enjoy tremendously in the summer months.

Admission
 

Application and Fees

Long Term Care centres, also known as nursing homes and homes for the aged, are available for people who are not able to live independently or in their own homes, and who require a 24-hour nursing service to be available to meet their nursing and personal care needs.

Glen Stor Dun Lodge offers long-term care services and short-term respite care. To apply, please contact:

Community Care Access Centre (C.C.A.C) for the Eastern Counties
709 Cotton Mill Street
Cornwall, Ontario, K6H 7K7
Telephone: (613) 936-1171  Toll Free: 1-800-267-0852

 

Glen Stor Dun Lodge Fees
The cost of accommodation is set by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care schedule.  

Forty percent of the Home's beds are reserved for those Seniors who require finanicial assistance from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. The daily rate to be paid by a subsidized Resident is determined by review of his or her Income Tax statement.

Optional services offered on a fee for service basis to Residents, if they wish to utilize them, are listed below. A fee schedule outlining the cost associated with each of these services may be obtained from the Lodge Bank.

 Hairdressing 

  • Cable Television 
  • Telephone 
  • Activities Off Location 
  • Dry Cleaning 
  • Escorts / Sitters 
  • Tuck Shop Items
  • Drugs Not Covered by Drug Benefit Plan 
  • Foot Care 
  • Dental
 Accreditation

The main goal of Accreditation Canada is to help health service organizations achieve a greater degree of excellence in providing service to the benefit of all Canadians. Click here to visit Accreditation Canada's website.

Glen Stor Dun Lodge has ascribed to this principle and has been recognized by the council as an accredited home since 1988. The process of accreditation is designed to assist us in identifying our strengths and weaknesses, staying true to our mission, and maintaining excellence of service within our existing resources.

The Lodge standards and practices are reviewed annually by a compliance advisor from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

The Lodge is a proud member of AdvantAge Ontario

 Location

Map identifying Glen Stor Dun Lodge in the City of CornwallGlen Stor Dun Lodge is located in the East end of Cornwall, Ontario, on the north side of Montreal Road, across from the St. Lawrence River, between the NAV-Canada complex (to our East) and East Front Public School (to our West).

Directions from West
Take the 401 travelling East to Cornwall.  Exit at the McConnell Avenue interchange.  Travel South (right turn from the offramp) to Montreal Road (approximately 4.2km).  Turn left, heading East.  Drive for approximately 2.1km and look for the Lodge atop a hill, just past East Front Public School.

Directions from North

Take Highway 138 South to Cornwall.  At the first traffic lights (Cornwall Centre Road), turn left, (East) and drive 1.6km to McConnell Avenue.  Turn right (South) and drive 6.4km to Montreal Road.  Turn left, heading East.  Drive for approximately 2.1km and look for the Lodge atop a hill on your left, just past East Front Public School.

Directions from East

Take the 401 travelling West to Cornwall.  Exit at the Boundary Road interchange.  Travel South (right turn from the offramp) to Montreal Road (approximately 4km).  Turn right at the bottom of the hill, heading East.  Drive for approximately 1.4km and look for the Lodge atop a hill on your right, just past the NAV-Canada complex.

 Management

Committee of Management

  • Leslie O'Shaughnessy, Mayor, City of Cornwall
  • Elaine MacDonald, City of Cornwall Councillor
  • Claude E. McIntosh, City of Cornwall Councillor
  • Frank Prevost, Deputy Mayor, South Glengarry
  • Dennis Fife, Mayor, North Stormong

Department Supervisor

The following directory connects you to department heads. To reach the Lodge by telephone, dial 613-933-3384 and request the individual's extension. Voicemail is available should we not be able to answer your call. To reach us by email, click on the individual's name.

 Residents' Council

The Glen Stor Dun Lodge Residents' Council is founded on the premise that the residents can and should play an important role in the organized daily life of the Lodge and all its activities.

The Residents' Council maintains those social and cultural values and beliefs which olders persons cherish. The Residents' Council manages a fund used to support palliative care, resident intiatives and social functions. Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except July, August and December.

Chair: Patricia Irwin

Secretary:

Treasurer:

Vice-chair: Dorothy Wallace

 Council of Family and Friends

Front driveway leading to Glen Stor Dun LodgeThe Council of Family and Friends is an organized, self-led, self-determining democratic group composed of family and friends of the residents of Glen Stor Dun Lodge.

"Our mission is to contribute to making Glen Stor Dun Lodge a wonderful place in which to live, to visit, and to work, where residents, caregivers, volunteers and staff are truly 'family', through enhancing communication, moral support, respect and recognition."

Council's Role

  • Support the work of the Residents' Council while remaining separate from it
  • Demonstrate its support by listening to concerns, acting on issues, informing and educating, sharing ideas 

 

  • Give families a channel through which to express ideas and concerns about resident quality of life, as well as the    needs of family and friends
  • Bring about positive change
  • Serve as a support group and a liaison between residents, families, friends, volunteers and staff

Council of Family and Friends executive meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

Chair: Henry Kyte

Fourth Floor Representatives: Denise Symington, Margaret Gordon

Third Floor Representative: Bernie Thauvette

Second Floor Representatives: Carol Paschek, David Malcolm 

Staff Representatives: Tracey Delage, Alisha Arbuthnot

 Working at the Lodge

The philosophy of resident care at Glen Stor Dun Lodge is simple, but speaks volumes about the atmosphere in our facility and the empathy of our staff.

Together, we follow this approach to customer service: "Be kind, speak gently, love much, and laugh often."

For current job vacancies, click here  or contact the City of Cornwall's Human Resources Department at 613-932-6252 ext. 2306. 

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Norm Quenneville
Administrator, Glen Stor Dun Lodge
1900 Montreal Road, Cornwall ON, K6H 7L1
T.: 613-933-3384 ext. 4223
F.: 613-933-7214
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