|12 Brower Drive
Sherwood Park, AB
Last Updated December 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm
Heritage House has a total of seven active cases of COVID-19 – five residents and two staff members. No residents of Laurier House Strathcona are currently positive for COVID-19. Read More.
CapitalCare Strathcona is on Alberta Health's outbreak list. Designated Support Persons (DSPs) are asked to refrain from coming to Heritage House, unless the resident’s care needs cannot be met without their assistance, or end-of-life situations.
DSPs may continue to come to Harvest and Laurier Houses.
Social visits have been paused since October 28. We encourage family and friends to connect by teleconference and telephone. These visits can be scheduled using the online booking system on the CapitalCare website.
Laundry drop off and pick up may continue. You may also drop off personal items for residents. Books and chocolate are most welcome! Monday - Friday 8 am - 6pm is preferred.
If you need more information, or have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Located in Strathcona County, this centre has 111 long-term care beds and provides an environment that supports choice, autonomy and, where possible, independence provided at Heritage House.
In addition to general long-term care, provided at Heritage House, Strathcona offers the following specialized programs at Harvest House:
*Assessment by Alberta Health Services is required before admission to this centre. For more information call 780.496.1300 or click here.
In-person social visits are paused for all neighbourhoods.
Recreation calendars are not available due to COVID-19.
Here’s a snapshot of the activities that are ongoing. More photos are on our Facebook page.
Strathcona’s popular music sessions with Azure drumming continue through Zoom teleconference technology.
Strathcona offers unique menu options for breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks. These options are based on resident feedback and required nutritional standards. Different textures and diet options are available based on individual needs.
Registered Dietitians assess nutritional requirements as individual’s needs or abilities change. Menu cycles repeat (at a minimum) every three weeks.