The Elliott Long-term Care
What we do
The Elliott Long-Term Care Residence (The Elliott) operates as the City’s designated long-term care facility. The Elliott is a charitable corporation which operates retirement living suites and life-lease suites, in addition to the long-term care residence collectively known as The Elliott Community. The Elliott is a local board of the City as established by The Elliott Act, 2002. All areas of operation are overseen by a Board of Trustees appointed by City Council. The Long-term Care Homes Act, 2007, S.O. 2007 requires that a municipality, approved to operate a long-term care home, form a Committee of Management composed of members of Council to oversee the responsibilities of the home. On August 25, 2014, Council passed the Delegation of Authority By-law number (2014)-19796 which establishes Community and Social Services (now Public Services) Committee as the Committee of Management.
Why we do it
Long-term Care is essential for supporting our aging residents and contributes to the goals of the Building Our Future priority. This service contributes to building a safe and healthy community and nurtures social well-being.
Operating budget—Revenues and expenses
2021 budget impacts
$37,498 or 2.4% net increase in budget in 2021 due to:
- $465,000 one-time increase related to compensation parity with other competing long-term care facilities in the local area and compression concerns, as a result of provincially legislated increases for Personal Support Workers funded from a one-time transfer from Tax Rate Operating Contingency Reserve.
- The one-time long-term care safety funding approved in the 2020 budget for $100,000 and funded from tax rate operating contingency reserve has been reversed in 2021.
2022 to 2024 budget impacts
$118,547 net increase in budget from 2022-2024 due to:
- The total budget increase for The Elliott is based on an inflationary forecast at this time.