Macassa Lodge is one of two long-term care facilities owned and operated by the City of Hamilton. It is located in a residential area of Hamilton. The lodge has 270 beds in private, semi-private, and two-person rooms. Macassa meets all Ministry of Long-term Care standards, and is accredited by CARF.
The Adult Day Program (ADP)
Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program (ADP) is a daily community support service for seniors in Hamilton. The program also provides information, support and respite time for caregivers. It offers social, recreational, intellectual and physical activities. The activities are provided in a structured, supervised group setting. A hot nutritious lunch, refreshments, medication reminders and assistance with the activities of daily living are also provided.
Over the past 40 years, Macassa’ s Adult Day Program has provided over 40,000 Hamilton seniors with a welcoming place to come and relax, meet friends, and engage in enjoyable and meaningful activities that help them maintain their current level of independence. We welcome over 30 clients daily from the surrounding area. Programming includes:
- Intergenerational programs with local schools and daycares
- Social and cognitive programs
- Creative programs
Number of Beds: 270
Senior Administrator: Holly Odoardi - Holly.Odoardi@hamilton.ca
Administrator: Lisa Phelps - Lisa.Phelps@hamilton.ca
Director of Nursing: Alecia Matteson - Alecia.Matteson@hamilton.ca
Program Manager, Infection Prevention and Control: Gabrielle Miguel - Gabrielle.Miguel@hamilton.ca