Assisted Living at Chartwell Duke of Devonshire in Ottawa

Chartwell Duke of Devonshire’s private assisted living floor offers individuals who require additional support with a secure and comfortable lifestyle by combining well-appointed suites and convenient retirement services—such as delicious dining and weekly housekeeping—with a dedicated care and wellness program tailored to your needs and preferences.
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    Assisted living care services

    Located on the second level of the residence, our dedicated assisted living floor is specially designed for seniors who require additional support with their daily routine. Featuring well-appointed studio and one-bedroom suites, our caring team is there to provide top-quality support in the privacy of your room and based on your own customized care plan. Assisted living services may include daily medication management, assistance with your morning or evening routine, an escort to meals, and even spa services.
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    Specialized life enrichment activities

    In addition to the delicious and nutritious meals, housekeeping, and 24-hour staff on-site, you will also benefit from a wide range of optional lifestyle programs. Meant to enhance quality of life, all activities are created with the unique preferences and abilities of our assisted living residents in mind.
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities

    Our specialized programming is carried out on our floor’s calm and comfortable dining room—always supervised by a Personal Support Worker—lounge and activity room: familiar places where our residents love to gather to socialize and lead the engaging retirements they deserve. Additionally, assisted living residents have full access to all other amenities available at our retirement residence, including our lovely outdoor space.

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.

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