Retirement Living

Make yourself at home in a community where all meals, laundry, and chores are taken care. Need more assistance with daily living? We can provide the support you need, when you need it. Learn More

Seniors Care You Can Trust

Quality care delivered in a home-like environment. Our supportive living, dementia care, and long term care communities ensure residents experience the best quality of life possible. Learn More

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Our employees are among the most happy and fulfilled anywhere, with more than 85% reporting high levels of job satisfaction and enjoyment.
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Who is AgeCare?

AgeCare is a trusted provider of aging in place communities to seniors across Canada

AgeCare is dedicated to creating vibrant communities that celebrate and support aging with dignity, independence and community interaction for seniors. We offer our residents a safe and secure home-like atmosphere where they and their families can be assured peace of mind.

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Seniors and their pets: can they stay together?

Creature Comfort... Aging with Pet Love For centuries, humans have enjoyed deeply nurturing and enriching bonds with their pets. Creatures of all kinds can lift our spirits, comfort us, shower us with affection and surround us with boundless love.   For some seniors, their furry or feathered friend might be the best part of their day. Their pets might be the reason they get out of bed; the reason they still venture out for a daily walk; one of the few things that makes them smile.   If you have an aging parent or loved.  Read More...

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Checklist for Choosing a Retirement Community

Like so many other big decisions along the aging spectrum, choosing an retirement home for your loved one can feel stressful and overwhelming. Will they be happy there? Will they feel at home? Will they be safe and secure? Will the cost be manageable?  The list below can serve as a guide in your decision-making process. #1 Location and proximity Change is hard for most people and can be especially hard for seniors. Aim for a location that is close to family and friends as well as services and activities your loved one still hopes.  Read More...

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