Retirement Residences

Worry free living in a full service retirement home where all meals, laundry, and chores are taken care. Need daily assistance? We can provide the support you need, when you need it.Learn More

Seniors Care You Can Trust

Quality nursing home care delivered in a home-like environment. Our supportive living, dementia care, and long term care communities ensure residents have 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.

Retirement Homes that Maintain Your Independence

AgeCare is committed to providing the best possible retirement homes and communities within all types of budgets. Our range of retirement home environments provide spaces for full independence as well as full assistance, and everything in between. AgeCare Retirement Homes >

A Modern Take Nursing Homes and Continuing Care Facilities

AgeCare is devoted to removing the stigma and image of “old age” and “old folks home”. With an award winning reputation and enthusiastic, compassionate staff our senior living communities provide exceptional care, engaging programming, and enjoyable dining experiences. We do all this and more to ensure each of our supportive living, long term care, and dementia care residents experience the best quality of life possible. AgeCare Nursing Homes >

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The Truth about Getting Old ~ as Told by George Bowler

George Bowler stopped me in the hallway as I was hurrying along the corridor, trying to catch my stepdad before he assumed his usual spot in the dining room. George is my stepdad’s neighbour across the hall in the retirement community, where they’ve both resided for the past few years.   While George evidently remembered that I was coming to collect Ed for our Tim Horton’s lunch date, it was apparent that Ed had forgotten and gone about his usual lunch routine.   George greeted me with a robust "hello", and said he wanted to.  Read More...

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Loneliness and isolation are problematic at any age. But it's especially concerning when the people suffering are seniors with limited resources.   According to Statistics Canada, as many as 1.4 million elderly Canadians report feeling lonely, and according to the National Institute on Aging, loneliness and isolation can pose serious health risks, including cognitive decline and depression.   (more…)

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