905-735-5333 Welland, Ontario

Designated Supportive Living (DSL4)

What is Designated Supportive Living 4?

DSL4 is suitable for individuals who have more complex medical needs that are predictable and safely managed with onsite, professional nursing (LPN level) and the direction of the case manager.

Benefits of Designated Supportive Living 4

Seasons communities with DSL4 suites provide meals, housekeeping, linen and recreational services. A higher level of personal care support is provided, and health care services are offered onsite for scheduled and unscheduled care needs, according to the plan of care.

Depending on your needs, scheduled professional care (nursing, rehabilitation therapy, etc) will be provided through AHS and coordinated by your Case Manager.

Special Features

Large studios suites, and the ability to personalize/customize each individuals space.

Locations that provide Designated Supportive Living (DSL4)

No Location in Ontario offer this service.

Seasons Camrose

6821 50th Avenue 780-672-2746 780.672.2985
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Seasons High River

660 7th Street Northwest 403-652-1581 403.652.2287
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Seasons Olds Encore

3300 57th Avenue 403-556-2232 403.556.2200
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Seasons Ponoka

4004 40 Street Close 403-783-3373 403.783.3324
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FAQ for Lifestyle Option

Adults living in Designated Supportive Living (DSL) need significant support for many aspects of daily living but do not need care in a long-term care residence. DSL residents receive personal care as determined by an Alberta Health Services individual care plan.

DSL4 includes accommodation, daily meals, housekeeping, linen and recreational services. According to the plan of care, a higher level of personal support is provided, and healthcare services are offered onsite for scheduled and unscheduled care needs.

AHS offers services and programs at over 650 facilities in the province of Alberta, such as hospitals, clinics, cancer centres, continuing care centers and community health sites, including Seasons. For more information, visit their website at www.albertahealthservices.com.