Salvation Army

Bob Croft led the planning and design for the addition and renovations to 10 LTC beds at Regina’s William Booth Care Home. Access to patients’ families was planned to accommodate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The program was planned to serve patients and their families requiring an average length of stay between three to five weeks. In addition to the in-patient hospice program, the new facility serves to provide space for Palliative Care Assessment, holistic care and spiritual care (optional), client and caregiver teaching and support, volunteer support, recreation and socialization opportunities, nutrition, laundry and housekeeping services, medical services in collaboration with the family physician, and access to additional services and support through the Palliative Care Coordinator.