Located in the “Little Village with The Big Heart”

Celebrating Family, Friendship and Love. Welcome to Stirling Manor Nursing Home Located in the “Little Village with The Big Heart”

Our mission is to provide seamless care and services in a safe and secure environment within a culture of continuous improvement. This service will be provided for our residents, their families, care team and community partners.



Stirling Manor is a 75 bed, Accredited Long Term Care Home located in Stirling. We have been proudly serving our residents, families, friends and community partners for over 35 years.


Stirling Manor provides exceptional care and services in a homelike setting. Our skilled staff provide support in an engaging, safe and secure environment.


At Stirling Manor, we offer a range of services that include Medical and Nursing, to a Community Involvement Program.

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Contact us today and a member of our friendly staff will get back to you as soon as we can.

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Admission to Stirling Manor is administered by the South East Office of the Home and Community Care . For more information about Admissions, Eligibility Requirements or Financial Arrangements contact the Home and Community Care branch nearest you.


The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care sets accommodation co-payment rates for the province. The co-payment rates change from time to time (at a minimum, annually in July). For the most up-to date rates, contact the staff at your local community Care Access Centre or the Office Manager at Stirling Manor.



If your income is not sufficient to pay for the basic accommodation rate, there is a subsidy available to reduce your accommodation, should you qualify. Subsidies are only available for basic accommodation. The home Office Manager can provide a rate reduction application form for residents to complete. If your are moving into a long-term care home and your spouse requires financial assistance to remain in his or her home, there is a government benefit called “Exceptional Circumstances” for people with lower incomes or couples who have to live separately. For more information, contact your local Community Care Access Center.

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