Retirement Living

#1 Virtual Seniors Community in Canada



  • Choice of suites available: 1 & 2-bedroom suites, some with dens, most with private balcony or terrace
  • In all suites:
    • kitchenette
    • storage
    • window coverings
    • microwave
    • light fixtures
    • fire alarm
    • smoke detector
    • sprinkler
    • Emergency Response System with wearable pendant/bracelet
    • air conditioning (Central - Forced Air)
    • thermostats for heating & cooling
    • full-size stainless steel fridge
    • microwave
    • in-suite washer & dryer
    • many suites have balconies & large terraces
  • Private bathrooms (2-bedroom units with 2 bathrooms have one bathtub and one step-in shower) with grab bars, showers with non-slip surfaces and elevated toilet seats
  • In suite cable TV provided by residence
  • Can have own phone number provided by residence
  • Unfurnished suites, furnished suites available for short stays
  • Restrictions on electrical appliances: no hot plates, appliances must have automatic shut off
  • Suites can be shared
  • Pets allowed (pet must be 30 lbs or under & resident must sign a Pet Waiver)

Emergency File & Information - Are you a caregiver for someone? In an emergency would you be able to access important health and financial information about them? Do you know the kind of information you might be required to have? If you aren't a caregiver, do your loved ones know where your important documents are in the event of an emergency? This useful document can assist individuals & caregivers organize important relevant health and financial information for you or someone you are caring for. A concise chart prepared by a long-time social worker, there is a place for all important information any caregivers might require.

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Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living in Canada

Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®
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  • Emotional Aspects of Relocation
  • How to Make the Transition Easier
  • What if a Retirement Community is not the Right Option?
  • What is Long-Term Care?
  • Community Resources
  • Housing Options
  • Resource information on goods and services for seniors
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