Assisted Living at Chartwell Le Teasdale

Chartwell Le Teasdale is ideal for seniors looking for assisted living options who need highly personalized support and services adapted to their health needs. We provide a person-centred approach tailored to your unique needs and preferences, providing peace of mind for you or your loved one. In our carefully designed spaces, you will find amenities for your daily use, such as specially adapted furniture and an environment that makes it easy to get around in a wheelchair or walker. 
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    Assisted living care services 

    Our home offers a designated care area with 32 studios, making life easier for seniors seeking assisted living options. Looking for a place to recuperate? Some of our studios are also available for short respite stays. Our safe, relaxing spaces are all designed to help you regain your strength, and provide all the services and care you need to help you feel your best. 
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    Specialized life enrichment activities 

    Our trained and friendly staff are available 24/7 to ensure your health and safety. Here, you will benefit from organized outings, social activities and exercise classes, all tailored to your fitness level. In addition, we listen to your evolving needs so that you can age comfortably in place. 
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities 

    Whether it's the practical layout of our spaces, our specially adapted furniture in each room, or our high-quality soundproofing, Chartwell Le Teasdale's secure designated care area is designed with your needs and comfort in mind. Here, you will benefit from our many popular green spaces surrounding the area, as well as our lovely outdoor courtyard and patio, which are also secured for worry-free enjoyment. 

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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