We Are Western Newfoundland’s Premiere Personal Care Home.
Deer Lake Manor is a licensed personal care home with 71 private and 6 double suites nestled along the majestic shores of Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Deer Lake Manor is conveniently located just minutes from the medical clinic, dentists, banks, churches, shopping, restaurants, swimming pool, bowling alley and much more. Deer Lake Manor boasts an onsite hair salon and dedicated family areas for the convenience of our residents.
Deer Lake Manor’s qualified staff is ready to assist residents with all of their personal care needs. Health Care providers and families can take great comfort in knowing that our 24 hour care, supervision and medication administration caters to the needs of all residents,
For over 25 years, Deer Lake Manor has been providing the best in independent living. With its newly built and modern facility, amenities boast a spectacular dining room and gathering room with vaulted cathedral ceilings. The new attractive decor is both cozy and stunning with artwork on display throughout the manor from several local artists.
With three scrumptious home cooked meals daily, snacks, a reading room, craft room, theatre room, a summer courtyard to do a little gardening, walking trail and weekly visits from local church groups, one can easily enjoy the lifestyle that Deer Lake Manor has to offer.
Deer Lake Manor is committed to maintaining a health conscious environment where comfort, safety and dignity are our number one priority.
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Why Choose Us
Your elderly parent or grandparent might need a little extra support. How about some assistance when it comes to mobility, personal hygiene and meal preparation? At Deer Lake Manor, we take care of all of these. In the process of providing personal care services at Deer Lake Manor, we preserve the rights of our residents to privacy and dignity.
Services include but are not limited to:
Private Suites with Private Bath
Assisted Bathing Facilities
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