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Respite Care & Short Term Stays at Retirement Concepts Communities

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

Short Term Stays and Respite Care at Our Retirement Concepts Communities     Our retirement homes are recognized across British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec for providing quality independent living, assisted living and complex care services and residences to seniors. But did you know that some of our locations also offer short term and respite stay […]

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“Seniors Helping Seniors” Food Bank Challenge

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019

Seniors Helping Seniors Food Bank Challenge   June 2019 – Throughout June, our amazing communities the Wellesley, Selkirk Seniors Village and Beacon Hill Villa challenged each other to fundraise food donations for a local non-profit, the Mustard Seed. “We all have so much, it’s nice to give back,” said Stephanie Lumley, activity coordinator at The […]

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9 Fun Things To Do When Visiting Your Loved One in Assisted Living

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

9 Fun Things To Do When Visiting Your Loved One in Senior Assisted Living We understand that sometimes visiting an assisted living or complex care facility isn’t always easy. Planning something fun to do is a great way to brighten your loved one’s day and bring you closer together. If you’re looking for ideas, here […]

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Music & Memories: The positive impact music can have on seniors

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Music & Memories: The positive impact that music can have on seniors   For many people, music is enough to bring back fond memories and improve their mood. It’s such a powerful thing that studies have found that personalized music playlists can help alleviate symptoms of dementia and reduce the need for anti-anxiety and antipsychotic […]

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Planning Ahead: When is the right time to move to a retirement home?

Monday, July 1st, 2019

Planning Ahead: When is the right time to move to a retirement home? The decision to move to a retirement community is not one to be taken lightly. While some people don’t think about it until an event or diagnosis forces them to accept they can no longer live at home, this isn’t the best […]

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