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Resources & Frequently Asked Questions

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Considering a new home is no simple decision. We’re happy to provide below a list of common questions and useful resources to help you in your research.

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Life in a Retirement Home can be an amazing new chapter in someone’s life. Retirement living can offer new friendships and new experiences.

If you or someone you love has started to think that it is time for a change, …
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We would all prefer to make our decisions at our own pace.  Some like to quickly make a move while others do meticulous research and weigh each option carefully.  Unfortunately, life often has other plans.  For seniors, it may be …
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Life in a retirement home can offer many new experiences. If you or someone you love has started to think it is time for a change, we invite you to use the Retirement Living – Resident Checklist to help guide …
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Long Term Care

Please contact your Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) office.

All applications and admission to long-term care homes are arranged by Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs). These services used to be provided through Community Care Access Centres – or CCACs.

Your local LHIN will help you every …
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There are significant wait lists for Long Term Care in most areas of the province. The length of your wait is dependent upon which Home and the type of accommodation you have selected.

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Retirement

People consider a move if:

    they are lonely find themselves with too much time and too little to do find maintaining their home difficult are feeling nervous or insecure in their home would benefit from better nutrition or have …
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The Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) represents more than 90% of the retirement homes in Ontario and maintains a list on its website:  www.orcaretirement.com.

There are also many websites that can provide information listings such as www.senioropolis.com and …
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Your choice of Retirement Home/ Residence will be determined by your preferences, your budget and your health care needs. Once you find a residence you like, the staff will meet with you to ensure your needs can safely be met. …
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