When you enter our villages, you immediately notice the unique architectural design of the Main Street and Town Square. In addition to this special design, you instinctively feel a warm sense of community: a place where residents, staff, families and volunteers genuinely care for and about each other.
This feeling of community is fostered through design features that promote both planned and informal social interaction between residents, and tie the various “neighbourhoods” together – which is why all of our campuses are called “villages”. This sense of community sets us apart from other retirement settings which emphasize resort living – it is nice to visit a hotel but we believe it is much better to live in a village.
This unique feeling is also achieved by the very active recreation department at each location. A team of staff and volunteers provide a wide array of programs for all interests, ranging from one-on-one to small groups to community-wide events.