Long Term Care homes provide a place for seniors to live, and offer many support services in a “home-like” setting. They are often the right choice for seniors who:
- Need help with the activities of daily living
- May require 24-hour nursing care
- Need supervision within a secure setting
Long Term Care homes offer higher levels of personal care and support than typically offered by either retirement homes or supportive housing.
Long Term Care homes are licensed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. They operate under their standards and guidelines and are inspected annually.
The County of Huron, in cooperation with the Province of Ontario, operates two Municipal Homes for the Aged.
Huronview Home for the Aged (Clinton, Ontario)
Huronview Home for the Aged is located in the scenic community of Clinton, Ontario. It is home to 120 residents.
Huronlea Home for the Aged (Brussels, Ontario)
Huronlea Home for the Aged is located in the rural Municipality of Morris-Turnberry outside Brussels. It is home to 64 residents.
All applications to become a resident at either of our homes are coordinated by the local Community Care Access Centre (CCAC). For more detailed information about how to apply for and prepare for your move to one of our homes contact staff at our local CCAC at 519.527.0000 or 1.800.267.0535.
Strategic Planning at the Homes
This strategic plan provides guidance and direction for ongoing operational decisions and action planning for the Huron County Homes, Huronview and Huronlea Homes for the Aged. It has been prepared through a number of meetings and feedback occurring in 2015 with Homes employees, partner agencies, and other County departments, which have generously helped shape the Strategic Plan. Homes and departmental managers provided input on the draft plan, with a copy then provided to County Council for review, revision and adoption in February, 2016.