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Tucked away in calm, close-knit Lambton County...

Tucked away in calm, close-knit Lambton County are three homes built to challenge and change the way not-for-profit long-term care operates.

When you step into any one of our South Western locations, you’ll see we’ve stepped away from standard, clinical care and replaced it with a revitalized feeling of something natural. Something nurturing. Something necessary.

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...where staff are friends and Elders are family.

For over 45 years, we’ve made it our mission to enrich the lives of those you love while being accountable to our community. The result is that we’ve created homes where staff are friends and Elders are family.

Discover today the range of accommodations and activities those you love can enjoy, and rest assured that the quality of service we have to offer will always match the quality of life and dignity they unquestionably deserve.

Long-Term Homes in
Lambton County

We invite you to visit one of our three homes today and experience our trust in safety thanks to the consistent compassion of over 450 highly-trained staff members. Behind each door you’ll find distinct charm and character. You will also quickly discover a deeply-rooted sense of classic Lambton County unity.

North Lambton
in Forest, Ontario

Home to 88 people, this beautiful long-term care lodge is surrounded by blooming bushes and outfitted with a stunning solarium, relaxing lounge, well-equipped physiotherapy area and a family-style dining den. Choose from private, semi-private and basic room options that all come complete with the commitment of 24-hour nursing and personal care.

Open the doors to North Lambton Lodge
Marshall Gowland
in Sarnia, Ontario

The Manor is home to 126 people. It is comfortably nestled away and made to offer different levels of care depending on the level of support you or your loved one may require. The rooms in this beautiful, brick home feature a variety of accommodation options, secure entrances with a focus on accessibility so Elders can safely make their way around the home with ease and confidence.

Unlock the comfort of Marshall Gowland Manor
Lambton Meadowview
in Petrolia, Ontario

On the westerly limits of town, you’ll find a charming villa home to 125 people. The Villa offers numerous supportive services. Lovely gardens and a welcoming foyer make this hub of activity feel like home. Only steps away is Generations Child Care which gives this home an extended family feel.

Discover the views of Lambton Meadowview Villa

Adult Day Programs

Steps away on the grounds of Marshall Gowland Manor and Lambton Meadowview Villa are our Adult Day Programs. Weekday and weekend visits are anything but ordinary in our programs designed to enrich all ages and people in the community.

Within our Adult Enrichment Centres, we offer a wide range of physical and mental activities that keep the body and mind stimulated, ensuring each day can be filled with progress and pride. From recreation to rehabilitation, programs are tailored towards both common and unique interests of the community – making it easy for your loved ones to stay social, secure and supported.

Experience our Adult Day Programs

Support for Caregivers

It’s not an easy move to make, but it is a natural one. Let us look after you, and your loved ones, while we find a community that truly feels like home. Before inviting County of Lambton Long-Term Care Homes to be a part of your family, let us help you get comfortable with the process.

All for Community.

Support your community with an online donation that helps purchase medical equipment and enrichment activities for community members.

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Additional Information

For more information on the quality of care in our homes and in Ontario, visit the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Health Quality Ontario websites.

Nurses: Changing Lives. Shaping Tomorrow.

Each year in May we observe Nurses Week. The theme for 2024 is Changing Lives. Shaping Tomorrow. It is important to take this opportunity to shine a spotlight on the unsung heroes who provide compassionate care to some of our most vulnerable people. Nurses are dedicated professionals who work tirelessly day in and day out, […]

Celebrating Every Moment: National Volunteer Week

As National Volunteer Week approaches from April 14-20, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the invaluable contributions of volunteers and the profound impact they make in our communities. This year’s theme, “Every Moment Matters,” resonates deeply as we acknowledge the countless moments of kindness, support, and service generously given by volunteers across the globe. […]

The Planning of a Menu

As we celebrate Nutrition Month in March, we want to celebrate the work that our Nutrition team, and in particular of our dedicated Registered Dietitians, by highlighting the processes in planning of a menu. Menu planning in Long-Term Care Homes isn’t just about providing sustenance; it’s about nourishing the body and preferences of every Elder […]

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