Riverview Manor is a licensed and accredited long-term care residence in Peterborough, in the heart of the picturesque Kawarthas. We are easily accessible by public transit and offer convenient on-site parking facilities. We are located within minutes of a large regional hospital and emergency services.
Bright and attractively decorated, modern single level home
Overlooking the Otonabee River in Peterborough’s north end
Accredited by Accreditation Canada
124 beds (private, semi-private and basic)
Committed to staff education
Supportive Measures Specialist offering on-going support to staff and residents concerning the individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
Individualized care of residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Refreshing surprises brighten this DOC's day May 22, 2013 For Kaitlyn Cavanagh, working as director of care at Riverview Manor in Peterborough is like working in a universe of bright, shining stars. Read more >
Stellar organization helps make Riverview Nursing Week successful May 13, 2013 National Nursing Week might be all about recognizing nurses for their hard work, but the week of events at Riverview Manor wouldn’t be possible without Virginia Murphy’s hard work organizing festivities and Tish Gaudreau’s skills on the barbecue. Read more >
Chicks chirp their way into residents' hearts April 8, 2013 With their eyes as big as “saucers,” residents at Riverview Manor lift back a towel from a basket, and behold a chatter of little chicks. Read more >
PSW family member credits Riverview for top-notch care March 6, 2013 As a personal support worker (PSW) working in a Peterborough long-term care home, Bonnie Parsons brings a unique perspective as a Riverview Manor family member. And what she has seen since her mother moved into Riverview Manor has been positive, says Parsons.
A dream comes true for Stanley Cup fan February 21, 2013 Keith Alton has had a lot of dreams in his life; most have come true. The 87-year-old Riverview Manor resident looks fondly at the photographs of his wife and his grandchildren, and some of the other newspaper clippings he’s held onto throughout the years. Read more >