Acacia Ty Mawr Quick Facts

December 2020

Office of the Seniors Advocate British Columbia

Acacia Ty Mawr Quick Facts

December 2020

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Facility Acacia Ty Mawr
Health authority Vancouver Island Health Regulation/Legislation Community Care & Assisted Living Act
Street address 2655 E Shawnigan Lake Rd Accreditation status Accredited
City/postal code Shawnigan Lake V0R2W0 Accreditation expiry date October 2023
Phone number (250) 743-2124 Contact for complaints Director of Care
Operator (name) Trillium Communities Phone number of complaint contact (250) 743-2124 x2
Opened 1990 Personal spending account Yes
Councils Family Council Visitor parking (cost) Yes (no fee)
Meetings held Regular Schedule    
Current language(s) spoken by staff English, Dutch, French

Source: Facility

Facility Fees for Personal Services
Cable monthly service included No Other extra fees Hygiene items
Telephone monthly service included No
Internet monthly service included n/a

Source: Facility

Beds1 (as of March 31, 2020)
Private beds (not publicly funded) 0
Publicly funded beds (short- and long-term) 35
Total beds 35
Room Configuration2 (as of March 31, 2020)
Private rooms 31
Semi-private rooms 2
Multi-person rooms 0

Source: 1. Ministry of Health, 2. Facility

Contracted Services
Professional nursing services No Housekeeping services No
Non-regulated services (care aides) No Plant/building maintenance Yes
Food services provided by Operator Food prepared and cooked on site Yes

Source: Facility

Funding 2018/19 2019/20
Total direct care hours (hours per resident per day) 3.06 2.98
Nursing/Care Aide care hours (hours per resident per day) 2.91 2.81
Allied health hours (hours per resident per day) 0.15 0.17
Raw food costs per resident per day (actual cost) $12.35 $10.32
Facility per diem rate $239.10 $250.14

Source: Health Authority

Licensing (2019/20)
Complaints, 2019/20
Number of licensing complaints 2 Number substantiated licensing complaints 1
Incidents, 2019/20 Total
Number
Per 100 beds Total
Number
Per 100 beds
Facility B.C. Facility B.C.
Disease outbreak or occurrence 0 0.0 0.6 Medication error with adverse event 0 0.0 0.2
Abuse / neglect 0 0.0 0.8 Missing or wandering person 0 0.0 1.3
Fall with injury / Adverse event 4 11.4 8.9 Other injury 0 0.0 1.6
Food or other poisoning 0 0.0 0.0 Aggressive behaviour 2 5.7 4.0
Unexpected illness 3 8.6 20.5 Attempted suicide 0 0.0 0.1
Expected death 8 22.9 26.2 Other - clinical 0 0.0 0.7
Unexpected death 0 0.0 0.6 Other - service delivery 0 0.0 0.6
Inspections
Number of Inspections 1 Number of licensing infractions found 1
Licensing Infractions
Licensing 0 Nutrition & food services 0
Physical facility, equipment & furnishings 1 Medication 0
Staffing 0 Program 0
Policies & procedures 0 Records & reporting 0
Care & supervision 0 Resident Bill of Rights 0
Hygiene & communicable disease control 0 Other 0

Source: Health Authority

Resident Profile (2019/20) Facility B.C.
Average age of population 83 84
Percent female 61.2% 64.4%
Percent 85 years or older 48.7% 55.1%
Percent younger than 65 years 4.6% 5.5%
Average length of stay (days) 524 834
Percent of residents diagnosed with depression 16.3% 23.3%
Percent of residents totally dependent in activities of daily living 17.8% 30.7%
Percent of residents with severe cognitive impairment 32.6% 28.8%
Percent of residents with dementia (mild to severe) 93.3% 64.0%
Percent of residents with physically abusive behaviour 9.6% 8.9%
Average index of social engagement 2.2 2.7
Percent of residents with low social engagement 59.3% 48.0%
Case mix index 0.55 0.58

Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information

Care Services & Quality (2019/20) Facility B.C.
Percent of residents receiving physical therapy 0.0% 10.4%
Percent of residents receiving recreation therapy 0.0% 30.0%
Percent of residents receiving occupational therapy 0.0% 5.8%
Percent of residents receiving depression medication 53.3% 48.6%
Percent of residents taking antipsychotic drugs without a diagnosis of psychosis 47.5% 24.2%
Percent of residents with daily physical restraints 0.0% 6.6%

Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information

Influenza Vaccination Coverage (2019/20) Facility B.C.
Percent of residents vaccinated for influenza 97.1% 85.4%
Percent of health care workers vaccinated for influenza 89.1% 69.2%

Source: BC Centre for Disease Control

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