President & CEO
Chartwell Retirement Residences
We want family members to feel reassured that their loved ones are well, active and engaged in life while living in one of our homes.
Worrying about an aging parent living on their own is a growing concern for many of today’s adult children, especially if you have taken on a caregiving role. Caregiving can include managing tasks around the house such as groceries or outdoor work, co-ordinating medical appointments or even dropping in regularly for company and to ensure everything is okay. Sometimes this can be even more challenging if geography separates you from a loved one.
If you’d like to find out if the time is right for retirement living for your loved one, take our readiness survey.
For many, seniors’ housing is the perfect option to balance the need for some day-to-day support, such as housekeeping and dining, with the desire to maintain an active and independent lifestyle. If you would like to better understand senior living options, including retirement homes, assisted living, Long Term Care, nursing homes and memory care for the province you live in, please visit our "Care Options" section.