COVID-19: A Message to Our Residents, Families and Employees →

A picture of Hampton's patio and garden.

One of our residents with his wife

About Our Home

This luxurious, one floor facility with a grand hotel-like entrance, stained glass ceilings, skylights and traditionally decorated dining and other common areas was professionally designed to create a feeling of home, comfort and elegance. Hampton Terrace was built in 2001 and provides care and services to 101 residents requiring long term care services. Our Home is classified as facility “A” as it meets all of the new building design requirements and guidelines developed by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Our Mission

To promote and enhance resident-focused care and quality of life through excellence, teamwork, integrity and innovation.

Our Philosophy of Care

To serve and respect the privacy, dignity, well-being , spirituality, cultural uniqueness and the rights of each and every resident;

To promote a holistic approach to health, independence, individuality, and ongoing life purpose for each resident in a compassionate and home-like environment;

To care in a way that balances personal attention, comfort, safety, understanding and the sensitivity that is nurturing to our residents and the community we serve.

Residents’ Council

The Residents’ Council is established to provide a strong line of communication between the residents and the home’s administration with the goal to enhance the quality of care and services. All residents are encouraged to participate in Resident’s Council Meetings.

Family Council

The Family Council is designed to provide assistance, information and advice to the residents and family members regarding their rights under the Act, to sponsor and plan activities for the residents in collaboration with community groups and volunteers as well as to provide feedback and recommendations to the home’s Administrator.

Any family member, or persons important to the resident may join the Family Council. The frequency of the meetings is determined by the members, including recording the minutes of the meetings. Meetings may be informal. Snacks/refreshments are served.


The Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities Act (AODA) was passed into law in 2005. Thur purpose of the AODA is to achieve accessibility for Ontarian’s with disabilities on or before January 2025 through the development, implementation, and enforcement of accessibility standards.

Our Home is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We believed in integration and equal opportunity. We are committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner and will do so by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities Act, 2005 whenever practical and attainable.

View Our Accessibility Policy and Plan

Emergency Plan

View Our Emergency Preparedness Program
View Our Emergency Preparedness Contingency Plans
View Our Infection Control Program (Outbreaks)

Continuous Quality Improvement Plan

View Our Continuous Quality Improvement Plan

Visitor Policy

View Our Visitor Policy