Retirement Living

Records: 13

In Your Community...

  • Chesley Retirement Villa
  • 124 4th St NW
    Chesley, ON
    N0G 1L0
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  • Elgin Abbey Retirement Home - Chesley
  • 380 1st Ave. N.
    Chesley, ON
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  • Glenwood Apartments - Walkerton
  • This 2-storey walk-up adult building offers 24 one-bedroom apartments (one unit modified for persons with disabilities). Main level apartments are wheelchair accessible and units feature a covered balcony or patio.
  • Source: County of Bruce
  • Maple Court Villa - Walkerton
  • 5 Fourth St.
    P.O. Box 879
    Walkerton, ON
    N0G 2V0
  • Source: Chartwell Seniors Housing Reit
  • Thompson-Bolden Seniors Apartments - Walkerton
  • 42 seniors only apartments * two accessible units.
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  • Valleyview Terrace - Formosa
  • This 1-storey seniors building offers 16 one bedroom apartments (one modified for persons with disabilities) and 8 two-bedroom apartments, each featuring a large bay window and plenty of storage space. A common room is available for bookings by residents and all units are wheelchair accessible.
  • Source: County of Bruce
  • Wilsondale Common - Walkerton
  • This 30 unit housing development offers 6 one-bedroom units, 20 two-bedroom units (two units modified for persons with disabilities), 3 three-bedroom units and 1 four-bedroom unit. Units are available to eligible families, adults, and seniors
  • Source: County of Bruce

General Listings...

  • Finding End-of-Life Care (Palliative Care)
  • Information and resources for finding end-of-life care.
  • Source: VON Canada
  • Ontario Retirement Communities Association
  • The Ontario Retirement Communities Association is a voluntary, non-profit organization that accredits retirement homes in Ontario and provides information on how to choose a retirement home, retirement home standards and approved retirement homes.
  • Source: Ontario Retirement Communities Association
  • Seniors' Care : Home, Community and Residential Care Services for Seniors
  • There are many different kinds of services that help seniors maintain their health and independence. If you or a loved one need care, a variety of options, many government-funded, are available.
  • Source: Government of Ontario
  • Seniors' Care : Residences Offering Care
  • In Ontario, three main types of residential settings provide both accommodation and care for seniors : Supportive Housing, Retirement Homes, and Long-Term Care Facilities. Each setting offers different types of accommodations and varying levels of service. Assess your personal situation and compare your needs with the amenities and services offered by each setting.
  • Source: Government of Ontario - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
  • Seniors' Care : Retirement Homes
  • Retirement homes are privately owned rental accommodations for seniors who are able to manage and pay for their own care.
  • Source: Government of Ontario - Ministry of Health and Long-term Care
  • Tips on Choosing a Retirement Residence - Ontario Retirement Communities Association
  • This site from the Ontario Retirement Communities Association suggests several ideas to help you make the right personal choice in selecting an appropriate retirement residence.
  • Source: Ontario Retirement Communities Association