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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.

Recent Blog Posts


Caregiver Relief: Respite care can allow a caregiver a much needed break

In order to maintain the healthy relationship between the caregiver and senior, caregivers often use the time that respite care gives them to take a “caregiver vacation”. Perhaps there is a long-awaited vacation or a planned surgery and their loved one cannot be left on their own during this time. Respite care can provide short-term, temporary care to someone who needs assistance. These stays range from a day, weeks to several months, depending on your specific needs.   Caregivers can have peace of mind that in their absence their loved ones are receiving the care.  Read More...



Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease: Recognizing the Signs

It’s always hard to deal with a loved one suffering from a long-term and potentially fatal illness. If you have elderly parents, dementia may be one of the hardest conditions to cope with, as you watch helplessly while those dearest to you slowly fade away. As our population ages, more and more Canadians are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. This is the most common form of dementia and affects behavior, thinking, and memory. Although around 5% of Alzheimer’s sufferers can have early onset of the disease in their 40s and 50s, the vast majority of Alzheimer’s.  Read More...