A maître d’ warmly greets you and guides you to your white-linen table with upholstered dining chairs. The daily changing menu features fresh ingredients, and the buzz of conversation around the room hums. This isn’t the hot new restaurant in town, it’s the vision being planned for the dining room at Chartwell’s new Waterford Retirement Residence.
For pet owners of all ages, a pet isn’t just an animal: it’s a member of the family. Between feeding, walking, bathing and a host of other responsibilities associated with pet ownership, being a caregiver to a furry or feathered friend no doubt requires a level of commitment—yet almost any pet owner can attest to the love and loyalty they receive far outweighing any work involved. But, aside from unwavering companionship, did you know owning a pet can positively impact your emotional and physical wellness, especially during your retirement years?
Located in the heart of Vernon, Chartwell Carrington Place Retirement Residence has been a respected member of the community since 2006. Here’s a look at why many local seniors have decided to call the residence home.
Featuring flexible service packages that allow you to choose the lifestyle that best suits your needs, Chartwell Leamington Retirement Residence is nestled in a mature residential neighbourhood only a short drive away from the shores of Lake Erie, and directly across from well-kept Henry Park. Conveniently located along the Leamington Transit route, the residence is also nearby shopping, restaurants, banks, pharmacies and Seacliffe Park—a beautiful venue that plays host to festivals and events all summer long, including outdoor concerts at the marina, where locals often catch the ferry to Pelee Island.
In the words of General Manager Penny Wight, the residence is proud to provide local seniors with a living option that can enhance their quality of life. “Our goal at Chartwell Chatsworth is to Make People’s Lives Better,” she explains. “The best way we do this is by providing our residents and their families with programs and services that can make their lives happier, healthier and more meaningful. Their peace of mind and well-being is our top priority.”
With over 180 locations across Canada, Chartwell Retirement Residences is now offering the Woodstock community an exceptional retirement living experience at Chartwell Oxford Gardens, a luxurious seniors’ home with a reputation for service excellence. In the words of General Manager, Nelia Hunt, the residence is excited to continue to provide local seniors with a living option that can greatly enhance their quality of life. “Our goal at Chartwell Oxford Gardens is to Make People’s Lives Better,” he explains. “The best way we do this is by providing our residents and their families with programs and services that can make their lives happier, healthier and more meaningful. Their peace of mind and well-being is our top priority.”
For seniors looking for an independent lifestyle without the responsibility of maintaining a home that requires regular cleaning, yard work, and even snow removal, there are many benefits to choosing retirement living. Contrary to popular misconception, today’s retirement residences are geared toward providing active seniors with a wide range of convenient services that enhance their freedom and independence, including delicious dining, engaging programs and activities, and supportive health and wellness services.
Situated in the heart of Toronto’s beautiful High Park neighbourhood, distinguished by its lush green parks, sporting and cultural facilities, gardens, petting zoo, and gorgeous cherry blossom trees in the spring, Chartwell Grenadier Retirement Residence has been an active member of the community for over 30 years. A leisurely stroll from the trendy boutiques, gourmet restaurants and charming cafés and patisseries of Bloor West Village, the home is located at 2100 Bloor Street West, between Clendenan and Kennedy Park Road, with easy access to public transit, including High Park and Runnymede TTC stations.
In the heart of Vaughan, known for its thriving Italian community in Woodbridge, Maple and surrounding areas, Chartwell Valley Vista Retirement Residence is tucked into a quiet neighbourhood defined by an enclave of family homes and lush parks. Just minutes away from local eateries, shopping malls, Mackenzie Health Hospital and other convenient amenities, the luxurious seniors’ home caters to the Italian community through its traditional cuisine and cultural activities, with several Italian-speaking individuals also on staff.