Extendicare Viking

In lives full of remarkable moments, we help create even more.

Whether it’s a brief encounter or a life changing event, these unique moments enrich lives. And we do everything we can to make them happen.

To give you an idea of how we can make a difference, here are Remarkable Moments from our home.

Our Remarkable Moments

Extendicare Viking Collaborates with the Community

Extendicare Viking collaborates with other community managers to participate in a one day P.I.E.C.E.S. Leadership Training Day.

Extendicare Viking collaborates with other community managers to participate in a one day P.I.E.C.E.S. Leadership Training Day. The day allowed for community managers to examine the possibilities of working together to be able to provide better support for our senior population in Viking and neighboring communities as well as within their own organization. We had participation from Home Care, Assisted Living, Acute Care, Mental Health and Addictions and Continuing Care.

Adopt a Resident at Extendicare Viking

Thank you for joining the program!

Our Adopt a Resident for Christmas Program was a great success with contributions from staff, families and the Viking Community. All of our residents received at least two gifts each on Christmas morning. Thank you for joining the program!

Mr. B's Fall Recovery

Mr. B., in his early 70’s was living at the local nursing lodge when he fell and injured himself.

Mr. B., in his early 70’s was living at the local nursing lodge when he fell and injured himself. his health began to deteriorate so he came to stay with us. After 7-8 months of proper nutrition, therapeutic exercise and dedicated care he was able to return to the lodge in good health and high spirits.

Mr. T's Rehabilitation

Mr. T., in his mid 90’s came to us about 10 years ago on a stretcher and was not expected to live much longer.

Mr. T., in his mid 90’s came to us about 10 years ago on a stretcher and was not expected to live much longer. He provided everyone wrong. As a result of good nutrition and proper medication management, Mr. T. began to get his strength back. He let it be known that he was determined to stand and walk again and, with the assistance of our Occupational Therapist, he did just that. Today he greets staff every day with a smile on his face and is very engaged with other residents.