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"Many seniors find that their housing needs change over time. Some find their income is less than in earlier years, making housing difficult to afford. Others may find it more difficult to maintain their own home. In recognition of these needs, the federal and provincial governments provide funding for building and maintaining Seniors' Housing projects.


There are seniors' housing apartment-style rental units in 34 communities across the province. Islanders aged 60 and older are eligible for assistance. Islanders who are 55 and older who have a disability are eligible to apply and will be given consideration based on the availability of seniors units. Tenants are selected based on their level of need. Staff consider their income, assets, health, age, present housing and the length of time the application has been on file. Rent is 25 per cent of the tenant's income." 

Quoted directly from: http://www.gov.pe.ca/sss/index.php3?number=1037028&lang=E (May 2017)

PEI Department of Community Services and Seniors
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