The Battle River Foundation is a non-profit organization, which focuses on providing residents with an affordable facility as well as programs that promote choice, independence and healthy living. Residents must be functionally independent and medically stable, as no medical care is available from Lodge employees. In certain circumstance, consideration is given to younger individuals.
We currently have spaces available for rent.
2 couple suites and 12 single suites
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Priority interviews are legislated by the province of Alberta to determine the resident who most needs the next available room. Criteria for the interview include such things as ability to maintain their environment and health; degree of independence; along with household needs. For a detailed description, please contact us for further information.
Return completed application form to Battle River Lodge. Have medical form completed by a doctor and include it with the application. Battle River Lodge will contact you for a priority interview. *Resident applications are placed on a waitlist for the next available room, if there is a waitlist. When a room becomes available, the next applicant is called for acceptance or rejection of the room offer. Any applicant who rejects an offer must reapply for residency.
- Security System
- On-Site Laundry
Basic furnishings are provided including, twin bed, dresser, desk, nightstand. We encourage residents to bring in some of their own furniture. Linen and towels are provided.
Cable TV is included, as well as Wi-fi connection.
- Meals Available
- Snacks and Beverages
- Personal Laundry
- 24 Hour Hospitality Staff
Social /recreation activities, Individual diet monitoring is not available. Guests of residents are welcome to have meals for a nominal fee. Beverages and light snacks are available at all times, Basic room cleaning, Personal Laundry once per week. Bedding changes and towels changes once per week. The Lodge is staffed with two Activity Coordinators who arrange exercise programs, crafts, outings, and other activities which foster the residents" continued involvement in family and community life. Many service groups and individuals volunteer their time for a variety of programs. The Lodge has a 14 passenger bus to accommodate residents for day trips. The Battle River Foundation does not provide personal care services. These services are available through the Home Care Program.
- Emergency Response System
Coin operated laundry machines are available for residents" use. Residents are responsible for arranging for their own transportation outside the Lodge. Limited parking stalls with plug-ins are available for residents. A parking fee of $25.00 per month is charged by direct debit.
429 5 Avenue, Wainwright, Alberta, Canada T9W 2R1