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In order to ensure the safety and security of Long Term Care Residents the Ministry of Health has directed that only those visitng palliative residents will be allowed access to the Home. Thank you 2020/08/05


Enhanced Safety Procedures Implemented at the John Noble Home

*New Update*  July 21, 2020


All visits can be scheduled by the Resident's, Power Of Attorney for Care by calling Karli Cass at Ext. 4241. 

As our area enters stage 3, visitor restrictions are changing.  Outdoor visits are expanding and indoor visits will begin the week of July 22, 2020.  We are excited to welcome you back.  In order to keep everyone safe please keep in the mind the following reminders:

Prior to each visit, a visitor must:  

-  Sign in and out at each visit

-  Sanitize hands before and after each visit

-  Wear a face covering (the Home will supply a medical mask for indoor visits)

-  Each Resident can have a 30 minute, scheduled visit once a week 

-  Resident or their roommate must not be displaying any symptoms or be in isolation

Visits are organized by Home Area:

Monday:       Cockshutt Place
Tuesday:      Brant Terrace
Wednesday: Costain Court
Thursday:     Davis Court
Friday:         Grand Terrace
Sunday:       Mohawk Terrace 

Visitor Screening Sign in Form

Indoor Visits

- Are scheduled in the afternoon   

-Covid Test within 14 days of visit with negative results

- 1 or 2 visitors

-Visits will be in Noble Hall, seated at a table with plexi-glass between the visitor and resident

Outdoor Visits

- Do not require COVID test

- will be held in mornings  (When the daily temperature is expected to reach over 27 C plus humidity, all scheduled outdoor visits for that day will be moved from the Courtyard to the Noble Hall to protect against heat related illness. )

- 1 or 2 visitors

- held in Dorothy Thompson Courtyard, seated at a table with plexi-glass between the resident & visitor

- We encourage outdoor visitors to bring sun hats to protect themselves. 

The above conditions must be met to ensure the safety of our residents. Any violation to the limitations will end your visit. We look forward to reconnecting you with your loved one!

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The Common Room


The John Noble Home (JNH) has a proud and long standing care-giving tradition, dating back to 1881. Today, we offer several different quality programs devoted to senior housing, care, and services that operate within our care campus. All meet and serve the needs of both Brant County and the City of Brantford and their respective constituents as we are a municipally operated and governed facility.

Long Term Care

Long term care at John Noble Home consists of 156 long term care beds which includes three priority Veteran beds. Long term care continues to be the most recognized and core function of the organization. Our long term care operations are housed within a modern, state-of-the art environment with access to several beautiful common areas both inside and out.

Day and Stay Program

Housed within John Noble Home, the Day and Stay Program is designed and built for individuals with dementia. It offers exercise, socialization, cognitive stimulation and recreation activities, snacks, and a meal. There are different programs for which clients can sign up. These are our day and afternoon programs for persons with dementia which offers door to door transportation. There is also an overnight weekend respite program for clients.

Bell Lane Terrace Apartments

Bell Lane Terrace houses 26 unit seniors' apartments is part of our beautiful care campus. This housing for seniors program opened in 2007 as a response to the need for more affordable housing for seniors in the community. Units include: 1 bachelor-sized apartment, 21 one-bedroom apartments and 4 two-bedroom apartments. Eighteen (18) units are rent-geared-to-income and subsidized by the City of Brantford.