Assisted Living at Chartwell Hollandview Trail 

At Chartwell Hollandview Trail, we have a dedicated assisted living floor on the second level of our retirement home geared toward seniors who require more assistance with their day-to-day routines. Featuring well-appointed studio and one-bedroom suites, each with key-FOB entry, our tranquil space is specially designed for your or a loved one’s unique needs and speaks to a sense of safety, comfort, and overall wellness.  
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    Assisted living care services 

    Offering personalized care services tailored to meet your or a loved one’s considerations and needs, Chartwell Hollandview Trail’s assisted living program promotes the comfort and peace of mind you deserve in your retirement years. Here, you will benefit from a customized plan of care, with services delivered in the privacy of your suite by our team of caring and trained staff. With the goal of enhancing or maintaining your quality of life, your care support may include services such as medication management, nursing care, assistance with your morning or evening routine, and much more. 
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    Specialized life enrichment activities 

    Did you know? At Chartwell Hollandview Trail, our life enrichment team creates specialized activities and experiences for our assisted living residents based on their interests and abilities. You’ll find there’s always something entertaining, thought-provoking, or fulfilling to do each day if you wish to participate. Additionally, all the activities on offer at the main retirement residence are also available to you, meaning there are an abundance of ways to spend each and every day with us. 
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities  

    Additionally, our assisted living neighbourhood boasts its own dining room, outdoor terrace, and activity room, where our specialized dining and leisure experiences take place for maximum accessibility.  

How to start the conversation about senior living

Approaching the move to an assisted living environment with a loved one can be difficult. Our guide "Supporting a Loved One" explains how to respectfully raise the issue with an elderly spouse or parent and who can help make this transition easier. You are not alone in this thought process – we can help you navigate the options available.

Senior woman sitting in bed smiling at her care worker sitting on a chair next to her