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Are you and your spouse finding it difficult to get on the same page when it comes to your housing situation as you age?
It used to be that moving to a retirement residence meant moving to a single room, with few options as to layout or size.
Now that I’ve reached my senior years, I want to live life on my terms—that’s a statement you’ll often hear from Canadians in their 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond
Joan and Eddie MacMaster have three adult children: Michael, Joanne, and Gail. Michael lives about 15 minutes away from his parents and his sisters live in other provinces. Although still quite healthy, Joan and Eddie’s needs are increasing as they age. Michael stops in almost every day to check on them and provide what help he can.
I still often think of my Uncle John, who lived to the robust age of 95. Although I can’t imagine how he could have lived longer, I do wonder if he could have lived better in his later years.
Unclear about the differences between retirement residences and long term care homes? You’re not alone.
Are you considering what the next chapter in your life will look like? Or perhaps you’re helping a loved one to weigh their post-retirement options?
We all want to make our own choices, maintain control over our life, and have independence as we age.
Is assisted living for you? Many retirement communities offer assisted living lifestyles specially designed to support seniors who would benefit from a higher level of daily personalized care.
It can be difficult to make the transition from saving to spending, especially when that money is being spent on yourself and what you need to live well in your retirement years.
If you’re like many older adults today, you’re looking for a new home that offers built-in conveniences and an engaging social life while still maintaining your sense of independence and choice.
Is your loved one considering retirement living? Before going on a personal visit at a Chartwell retirement community some forethought can help make the visit more informative and meaningful for your loved one.

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