Access to subsidized residential care is coordinated by Island Health staff.
Please do not contact the Operator directly regarding subsidized residential care. For more information on subsidized residential care, contact an Island Health Community Health Services office near you.
For information on private residential care, please refer to the Seniors Housing Directory of BC.
124 4th Ave East
Qualicum Beach, B.C.
Aarvold Family Trust (Lynn Aarvold and Tina Ngobi)
Visitors are welcome any time.
Accredited with Accreditation Canada February 2017 through February 2019.
Accreditation is an external peer review process to assess and improve the services health care organizations provide to their patients and clients, based on standards of excellence set by Accreditation Canada. For more information, visit: http://www.accreditation.ca.
Publicly Subsidized Units: 35
Private-Pay Units: 25
Three-storey Tudor-style building in downtown Qualicum Beach. Qualicum Manor has received a "Building Design Award" by the Town of Qualicum.
The building features large spacious lounges and residents rooms, light and bright dining room, library, and a beautiful south facing outdoor patio.
Situated in the centre of Qualicum Beach town we are in easy access to shopping and cafes. The beach is a short walk down the road.
Language, Culture or Religious Affiliation
This is a non-denominational facility. Many religious groups offer services on site.
Philosophy of Care
Providing excellence in care.
Type of Accommodation
- 36 single rooms
- 12 shared rooms
Residents pay up to 80%of their after tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation.
Special Recreational Opportunities
Recreation programs are offered six days per week.
Motorized wheelchairs are allowed for those deemed safe by an occupational therapist.
Motorized Scooter Policy
Motorized scooters are not permitted in the building.
Pets may visit.
The building has keypad entry. Each room has a call bell at the bedside and in the washroom.
During influenza season (typically December-March), to help protect patients from the flu, all visitors will be expected to wear a mask in our facilities if they have not had a flu shot. For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Influenza Protection Policy.
Provincial policy requires all visitors to be informed: "Violence, foul language and abusive behaviours are not acceptable. Verbal threats or acts of violence will not be tolerated and may result in removal from this facility and/or prosecution.