Purple House Services planning for the opening of ‘Bob’s Place’ next year

By Lindsay Advocate

Lesley Jubb Ervine, lead PSW, Erin Dunford, business operations manager and Kelly Murphy, owner and founder. Photo: Sienna Frost.

Lindsay-based Purple House Services has been supporting adults and their loved ones in dealing with dementia since 2022. Most of their work is done through the Care Crew, an in-home PSW service overseen by a registered nurse and a team of personal support workers.

Looking ahead, Purple House Services is eagerly anticipating the opening of Bob’s Place, a new facility that will house up to 10 people living with dementia. An all-inclusive, fully integrated secured dementia home, Bob’s Place will have both permanent and semi-permanent rooms and is expected to open in 2024.

Purple House Services derives its name from the colour symbolizing dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease – but also those values the business brings to those whom it serves. “We want to support our clients so they can age in place with dignity, respect, and independence,” says founder and owner, Kelly Murphy.

To learn more visit purplehouseservices.ca or call 705-320-9583.

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