Services Making an Outstanding Difference in the Lives of
Others for 40 years!
With over 40 years of experience, Jarlette Health
Services cares for more than 1600 residents at 18 Retirement and Long Term Care
Homes throughout Ontario. At a Jarlette owned and operated Home, resident
comfort and care is taken to new heights. A homelike atmosphere,
Comprehensive Continuous Quality Improvement programs as well as Accreditation
for all of our Nursing Homes and Retirement Lodges are just a few examples of
how we set the pace for high standards in the industry.
Jarlette Health Services has built a tradition of
developing mutually rewarding long term relationships with its employees and
the communities it serves. This is accomplished by offering a
multi-disciplinary team-based approach that creates opportunities for our
employees to make meaningful contributions to residents, the organization and
the local community.
Huronia Community Foundation Circle Honour Award 2012 Award Discussion with David
What's happening at JHS.... Jarlette Homes are early adopters for Residents First
Residents First is one of the most
comprehensive and innovative quality improvement (QI) initiatives in Canada.
This provincial initiative supports long-term care homes in Ontario in
providing an environment for their residents that enhances their quality of
life. Residents First also facilitates comprehensive and lasting change by
strengthening the long-term care sector's capacity for quality
Residents First is partnership driven and supported by
the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Ontario's local health
integration networks (LHINs) are leading implementation at the local level.
Training is being delivered by experts in quality improvement through the
Congratulations to our newest
"Dragon Ladies" Francine
Gosselin, Sherry Desjardins,
Edith Robitaille & Margaret
Jarlette Health Services recognizes those who go
above and beyond with the Dragon Lady Awards, initiated by Alex Jarlette.
In China, dragons are associated with strength, health, harmony, and good
luck. The dragon person has an active mind and shows an unfeigned
interest in the world around them. This person is also self-confident enough to
know how to create a necessary impression. Because they are larger than life
themselves, dragon people like to do everything on a grand scale. They will
stop at nothing to get what they want. They are capable of great achievements
if they know how to harness their own tremendous energy, intelligence and
talent. While these people enjoy being the center of attention, they also have
a brave and charitable side to their personality. If a dragon's friend faces a
problem or dilemma, they will be there to offer help, and when others leave the
field of battle the dragon takes a step forward to solve the problem with
authority and dignity. Dragons set a high standard of actions for themselves as
well as for other people.
The people who are recognized with the Dragon Lady Award here in Jarlette have
exhibited great effort in what they do, always going above and beyond and
contributing to our core values, of "Everything we do is with Commitment and
Passion, Treating people with respect, striving to always do the right thing
and being proactively accountable and responsible", they exude these
behaviours. They really do make an Outstanding Difference in the lives of
Connecting to our future
workforce through Georgian College
As an owner of long-term care homes and a member of Georgian College's Health
and Wellness campaign cabinet, I know first-hand the positive impact this
centre and Georgian graduates will have on local health care.
Jarlette Health Services is proud to invest in health
care education and its future workforce, both of which will make a difference
in the lives of others.
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Ground Breaking News
Leacock Retirement Lodge
A Groundbreaking ceremony for
Jarlette Health Services' newest
retirement lodge is set to take place on
Tuesday September 20, 2011 at 1pm
The event will mark the
beginning of construction for Leacock Retirement Lodge. The ceremony will occur
on the designed parcel of land which is located on a neighboring property to
Leacock Care Centre at
298 Forest Avenue N.
Customers who wish to
provide feedback on the way Jarlette Health Services provides goods and
services to people with disabilities, can submit feedback via email to the
respective Long Term Care and Retirement Home or Lodge listed on our website or
directly at the Home or Lodge. All feedback will be responded to by the
Administrator or General Manager within 10 business days.