Assisted Living at Chartwell Westmount in Kitchener
Chartwell Westmount offers a specially designed assisted living neighbourhood providing services that promote your comfort and well-being. Here, you’ll find a choice of bright and spacious studio, one-, one-plus-den and even two-bedroom suites—all with Juliet balconies offering gorgeous views overlooking our lush wetland locale.
Assisted living care services
Life in our assisted living neighbourhood is dedicated to helping you lead each day with comfort, happiness, and fulfillment. We offer a variety of personalized services designed to support your quality of life, including medication management, assistance with your morning or evening routine, assistance with dressing or bathing, memory services and so much more. Together, we will partner to create a plan of care that represents your unique needs, preferences, and abilities, including the option to add or remove services so you can comfortably age in place. Our trained and compassionate staff are here to support you each day to make your life better.
Specialized life enrichment activities
At Chartwell Westmount, 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.
Dedicated assisted living amenities
Another perk of calling our assisted living neighbourhood home is that we have our very own dedicated amenity spaces. In addition to our social dining room, you can spend time with family and friends in our lounge or enjoy all the goings-on in our activity room. Don’t forget all of the other amenity spaces throughout our entire retirement residence that you can use at any time.
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.