Assisted Living at Chartwell Oasis-St-Jean

Chartwell Oasis St-Jean is a retirement residence that provides a supportive environment for people who require assistance and care services from our trained and friendly staff. Our bright apartments, energetic staff and the many activities on offer to residents contribute to an engaging living environment. You will enjoy some wonderful years with us, and we strive to make them as comfortable and happy as possible. 
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    Assisted living care services 

    Our continuum of care residence offers additional care to seniors in assisted living situations for greater comfort and peace of mind. Our dedicated areas for seniors in assisted living situations who require more care or are living with dementia are located in dedicated sections of the residence, providing a sense of security for you and your loved one. 
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    Specialized life enrichment activities 

    We provide a wide variety of specialized activities in a setting where you will feel included whenever you feel like joining in. Whether through art therapy, pet therapy or exercise programs, our Lifestyle & Programs Managers will get to know you so that they can organize events based on your interests and abilities. 
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities 

    In the heart of a quiet, residential neighbourhood, our retirement home offers modern common areas, open spaces and a wide selection of comfortable studio suites. You’ll find practical on-site amenities, such as a convenience store, pharmacy and hair salon. In addition, our retirement residence is well-serviced by public transit and close to several major highways, which facilitate travel and access for your loved ones when they visit. Hôpital du Haut-Richelieu is a five-minute drive from the residence.  

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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