Moving Out of Long Term Care

When people move in to Menno Place Long Term Care, we understand that this may be their last home. When a residents time here changes, either through a transfer/discharge to another care provider or by death, the resident’s belongings must be claimed and removed within two (2) days (including day of death). The balance of the rent will be refunded less any outstanding trust charges. This process could take up to 45 days from discharge.

Financial Information – Moving Out – Apartments

INDEPENDENT LIVING / APARTMENTS – As a resident you may terminate your Agreement by giving Menno Apartments one month’s clear notice (1st of the month to the 31st) in writing.

A notice given the day before the Rent is due in a given month ends the tenancy at the end of the following month. [For example, if you want to move by May 31st, you must make sure Menno Place receives written notice on or before April 30th.]

If you are transferred permanently to a long term Care Home because you require a higher level of care, you may give notice immediately.

Upon vacating the Suite, removing all your belongings and restoring the suite to its original state, the Tenancy agreement will terminate at the end of the calendar month in which you vacate the suite and removes all of your belongings.