Father Lacombe Centre Dining Room Renovations
Father Lacombe Care Centre was opened in 1965. For over 52 years the building has been home to many residents in need. The main dining room is in need of a major overhaul and updating.
Mealtime is often the highlight of each day for residents of long term care facilities, meaning that both the meal itself and the dining experience can have a major impact on residents’ quality of life. Making mealtimes more enjoyable for residents is part of the shift toward “person-centered care”, which aims to make services more flexible and focus on the needs of the resident.
The Father Lacombe Care Centre is planning a renovation project for its residents main dining room. The project aims to rejuvenate the space to better meet the needs of the residents who call the FLCC home. The renovation project includes an overhaul of the space, with new lighting, flooring and color schemes to make the dining experience more accessible and enjoyable for the residents.
The dining experience is a critical part of daily life for our residents. It’s where they come together to share meals and socialize, and we want to make sure that experience is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. By renovating the dining room, we are demonstrating our commitment to providing the highest quality of life for residents.
The renovation project is expected to be completed by the end of the year, and Father Lacombe Care Centre officials are excited to unveil the new dining room to residents and their families. We believe this renovation project will make a significant difference in the lives of our residents. We’re excited to see the impact it will have and look forward to welcoming everyone to the new and improved dining room.