The Perley Rideau Story

The Perley Rideau Story

We have embraced video to share our story. Rather than publish a full-length report once a year, we plan to post a short video update to our website and social media channels, accompanied by a single-page summary.

Our 2017 audited financial statements are available in the summary document below the CEO's Spring update.

Here’s our library of recent videos and print reports:

caring for the future 2018 winter banner

During the last six months of 2018, the Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre continued to make solid progress toward achieving our Strategic Plan.

Read a summary of recent achievements: download here.

Watch the 2018 Video Update from CEO Akos Hoffer

Watch a feature video on our outstanding Therapeutic Recreation and Creative Arts Program

The Therapeutic Recreation and Creative Arts Program is funded by Veterans Affairs Canada and The Perley Rideau Foundation. The Program improves quality of life for residents and generates valuable lessons that Perley Rideau staff share with their professional peers at other homes.  

This video profiles Ross Imrie who serves as Studio Lead, and features Connie Sandilands, a nurse and Veteran of the Second World War.  During the years Connie lived at Perley Rideau, she participated actively in the Program. 

We are proud to dedicate this video to Connie's memory and to her service to Canada.

Caring for the Future Spring 2018 Update:

Caring for the Future June 2018 Update: CEO Report from Perley Rideau.

Download the CEO's Spring Report, Caring for the Future,  including a summary of the audited financial statements.

This first video picks up our story in 2017 and continues to end of the first quarter of 2018. Akos Hoffer, CEO, is the host of Caring for the Future.

Have a look and let us know what you think by emailing

Caring for the Future - 2017 Update

Caring for the Future-2017 Update from Perley Rideau.

Read our Summary for 2017-2018 (Q1)