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.
Health Quality Council of Alberta's 2021 Patient Experience Award
Understanding what matters to our residents and their loved ones and striving to meet those needs and preferences is at the core of our Philosophy of Care and Service. Thank you HQCA for recognizing our work with a 2021 Patient Experience Award! We invite you to watch the video and learn more.

Recent Blog Posts

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Gratitude Galore

Helen says she is thankful every day for the people at AgeCare who shower her with generosity, kindness and care. “I have more than I could wish for from this place and the people here,” she said, from her home at AgeCare’s Valleyview in Medicine Hat. “This is the first time in my life that I’ve had a quiet, peaceful place to retreat to every day.”   Helen spent much of her youth caring for her younger sibling and then went on to become a mother and take care of her own family. Later in.  Read More...

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Commemorating Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day Message from Dr. Hasmukh Patel, AgeCare CEO & President Remembrance Day is a day for all Canadians to pause, give thanks, and remember the men and women who served and sacrificed for our country.   The Remembrance Day Ceremony has played a major role in Remembrance since 1931. While the ceremonies may look different this year due to the pandemic, each AgeCare community is ensuring that Remembrance Day is commemorated.   I wish to encourage you all to observe a moment of silence on November 11, to mark the sacrifice of the many.  Read More...

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