Assisted Living at Chartwell Cité-Jardin

Chartwell Cité-Jardin offers the safe, enjoyable assisted living space you’ve been searching for, in the heart of Gatineau. You’ll be reassured by the personalized approach that our staff take with each of our residents, who need daily care services, as well as the warmth and compassion that they bring to helping you live comfortably. Enjoy peace of mind with the support of our qualified, trustworthy staff members.
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    Assisted living care services

    We’ll make sure that your specific care needs are met. Our devoted staff understand that everyone needs different kinds of care, and our team members have the skills to meet your individual needs. Our personalized care plans can include assistance with daily living, medication administration, escort assistance to meals and more. Our on-site doctor will keep a close eye on your health right here in our modern, well-equipped dedicated care area.
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    Specialized life enrichment activities

    It’s easy to stay engaged and safe with us. The loss of independence that some of our residents experience can be linked to cognitive impairment, among other things. That’s why our professionals are trained to support them and meet their specific needs while respecting them as people. Whatever the nature of your loss of independence or that of your loved one, we offer adapted activities and outings so that each individual can continue to live a fulfilling daily life.
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities

    Our dedicated care area offers assisted living in a variety of studio apartments conveniently located near the various hospital and medical centres in the region. It has everything you need to preserve your independence: care services, dedicated spaces and safety.

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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