Located in Brentwood Bay.
Access to Brentwood House is coordinated by Beacon Community Services or by Island Health Staff.
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.
1167 Stelly’s X Rd
Brentwood Bay, B.C.
Beacon Community Services
No restrictions on visiting hours.
Beacon Community Services accredited 2012 - 2015, Exemplary Status.
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: 15
Private-Pay Units: 2
Brentwood House is owned and operated by Beacon Community Services. It is an attractive home style two storey building with resident rooms on both floors and an elevator between floors. Brentwood House has a secure environment for those who require 24/7 supervision. The grounds include a door to door paved walkway and two sitting areas.
Brentwood House has a great room combining kitchen, living and dining on the main floor. Both common areas have cozy gas fireplaces and are bright with large windows. There is onsite laundry.
Brentwood House is a small, cosy environment which cannot accommodate large quantities or sizes of furniture, personal possessions or equipment.
Not situated on a campus where other medical or health services are available.
Brentwood House is located in Brentwood Bay. The village centre, with banks, restaurants, shopping and pharmacies is just half a kilometre away. Victoria Regional transit system buses stop right outside the door.
Philosophy of Care
- are respected for who they are and have been
- live in a reassuring and familiar home environment
- have access to staff who understand their behaviour is an expression of need
- live in a dynamic setting where continual assessment and innovation drive staff’s actions and approach
- personal choices and preferences are know by staff and influence daily activities
- live in a climate which creates opportunities to maintain and develop relationships
- experience opportunities to use their remaining abilities, and are encouraged to maintain their cognitive and physical functions for as long as possible
- are empowered to make informed choices and exercise control over their lives
- experience staff who seek opportunities daily, to express caring and facilitate joy
Type of Accommodation
Private accommodation. Each unit is a bedroom with ensuite bathroom and single closet. Bathrooms have toilet, sink and walk-in shower. The rooms are bright with large windows. All furnishings must be provided by the resident.
Residents pay up to 80% of their after-tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation.
Special Recreational Opportunities
Brentwood House staff provide leisure and recreation programming throughout the day. Activities include exercises (strength, stretch, balance, neighbourhood walk), bingo, mental aerobic activities, art, sing along, music therapy, pet visits and more. Bus outings are scheduled once or twice a month and take in local happenings and events.
Brentwood House is accessible for those who are independent in their mobility. Walkers and canes can be accommodated if resident is using independent. Wheelchairs cannot be accommodated.
Tenants residing on the 2nd floor must be able to use stairs to exit building in event of an emergency.
Motorized Scooter Policy
No motorized mobility devices permitted.
No pets allowed. Pet visitors are welcome.
Brentwood House is a secure building with a numeric keypad entry. Resident’s garden, walkway and patios are surrounded by a secure but decorative fence. This feature ensures residents cannot exit the property.
Residents receive 24/7 supervision and are monitored with an unobtrusive wireless monitoring system.
Any Other Amenities
Meals are home cooked and prepared on site.
Parking is free but limited.
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.”