Chartwell Care staff giving medication to the senior resident.

Assisted Living at Chartwell Bois-de-Boulogne in Montreal

Looking for a place where care services are available if and when you need them? Look no further! Chartwell Bois-de-Boulogne can give you that peace of mind. Our residence’s friendly atmosphere offers you a wide range of support services and activities adapted to assisted living for seniors. We're also one of the few residences in Montreal to offer one- or two-bedroom suites on care floors, rather than just studios.
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    Assisted living care services

    Chartwell Bois-de-Boulogne is a first-class urban retirement residence where you can maintain your independence in a welcoming environment while receiving the support and care you need to live better. Since you’re what matters most to us, our care team will provide you with personalized and compassionate services in a peaceful environment you’ll be happy to call home. We also feature state-of-the-art security on our dedicated floors so you and your family can rest easy.
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    Specialized life enrichment activities

    If you’re looking to do some light exercise, socialize, or simply enjoy some fresh air, we also offer lifestyle programming comprised of self-paced activities to help keep you feel energized and maintain an engaging and fulfilling lifestyle. Rest assured; we’ll always be there to support you if needed.
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities

    Our residence also offers continuum of care services onsite that promote your health, comfort and peace of mind. For seniors living with dementia, our memory care services are offered in a secure setting. Our dedicated team will look after your wellness and provide personalized services tailored to your lifestyle and health needs.

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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