To create an “Aging in Place Campus” on the site of the present Boyne Lodge that encompasses several options for seniors housing, developed over multiple phases.
A new 80-bed Personal Care Home (PCH) co-located with the existing Boyne Lodge structure, designed in the small-house model and meeting or exceeding modern standards for long term seniors’ care. This new PCH will be leased to Southern Health-Santé Sud at a very reasonable rate, to be operated much as Boyne Lodge is today.
Because it is still structurally sound, the existing Boyne Lodge will undergo extensive renovations to make available:
New office space to be leased by Southern Health-Santé Sud;
30 additional long-term care beds that will conform with the small-house model and meet or exceed modern standards.
Renovations and changes to the function of the Boyne Towers to a mixed housing model including Supportive Housing, which would be operated under an agreement with Southern Health-Santé Sud, conditional on operational funding from Manitoba Health.
Upon confirmation of demand, development of assisted living units integrated into the campus to build on the vision of a complete and holistic “Aging in Place” environment.
Upon confirmation of demand, development of life-lease apartments, also integrated into the campus, to complete the “Aging in Place” vision; potential future development of assisted living housing in surrounding communities to extend the “Aging in Place” opportunities.