The Come Home to Great Care Campaign

Growing Demand for Limited Long-Term Care Beds


With more than 2,000 Arnprior residents over the age of 65 years, it has become increasingly difficult for many people living in the Arnprior area to find nearby long-term care.

That’s why the new, modern and expanded Grove Nursing Home will transform seniors’ care in our community.

The new Grove will:

1. Provide increased capacity from 60 to 96 residents

2. Create a fresh, bright community-style of living by dividing the space into three distinct neighbourhoods each with its own living room, dining room, activity room, bedrooms and access to a secure courtyard with a walking path, seating areas and gardens

3. Facilitate leading care practices in caring for residents with dementia

4. Allow for enhanced privacy for all residents

As part of the Come Home to Great Care Campaign, we have committed to achieving the $4-million fundraising goal that is critical for the successful completion of the new and expanded Grove.

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Leading-Edge Equipment for the Best Early Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment

The cost of new and upgraded medical equipment in hospitals is not covered by government funding. That’s why investments in state-of-the-art technologies for the best screening, diagnostics and treatment wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our donors.

In order to continue to provide leading technologies, like digital mammography, we must come together as a community to raise the necessary funds to ensure the best technology is available locally for our family members, friends, neighbours and colleagues in the moments they need it most.

As part of the Come Home to Great Care Campaign, our community is raising $1 million dollars that support the greatest equipment needs for the hospital that enable the Emergency Department, Operating Room, Inpatient Unit, Special Care Unit and Diagnostic Imaging to deliver the right care at the right time.



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"My family and I are very fortunate to have my parents at the Grove – to be close to them, have that flexibility to pop over and join them for lunch, stop by after work or be there right away if there’s an emergency. It would be overwhelming to have to travel any distance to spend time with my parents on top of juggling a busy career, and my other family commitments and activities. We are so luck to have the Grove in our community so that we can stay close to our loved ones."

Jackie Laughlin