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Assisted Living Mississauga

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The decision to move into an assisted living facility in Mississauga can be a difficult one for seniors and their families. There are a great number of excellent communities here, from Streetsville and Meadowvale, to Erin Mills, to Port Credit and the Lakeshore.  Mississauga is, in fact, a senior care destination for families from throughout the province. If you are looking for the best in senior living, there are a variety of excellent options, here, as listed below.

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The Village of Erin Meadows

The Village of Erin Meadows

2930 Erin Centre Boulevard, Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 7M4
Mississauga's unique continuum of care concept featuring Independent Living Suites, Retirement Apartments, Full Service Suites with walk out patios, Assisted Care, Memory Care and Long Term Care.
Parkland on the Glen

Parkland on the Glen

1665 The Collegeway, Mississauga, Ontario, L5L 0A9
Parkland is located at Mississauga and The Collegeway next to the Glenerin Inn. We are surrounded by beautiful green space. For the past 5 years we've been awarded one of the top 3 Retirement Communities in Mississauga.
V!VA Mississauga

V!VA Mississauga

5575 Bonnie Street, Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 0N8
Mississauga's premier all-inclusive rental retirement community. Enjoy bright, spacious suites, modern amenities, delicious dining, and a Team devoted to Making Today Great! for you and your family! Book your tour today!
The Erinview

The Erinview

2132 Dundas Street West, Mississauga, Ontario, L5K 2K7
An excellent, well-respected Mississauga retirement home that provides a continuum of care for seniors including Alzheimer's care, Assisted Living and more.
Bayshore Home Health

Bayshore Home Health

2101 Hadwen Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 1L8
Bayshore Home Health understands that leaving home can be a challenge, and staying home may be the best option for seniors. As your neighbourhood care provider, we provide personalized home care services across Canada.


400 Ray Lawson Blvd., Brampton, Ontario, L6Y 4G4
Southbrook is all about choice - the choice to do what you want, when you want. We celebrate independence but we are here to provide assistance whenever you need it. a part of the family.
Tapestry at Village Gate West

Tapestry at Village Gate West

15 Summerland Terrace, Toronto, Ontario, M9A 0B5
A uniquely luxurious retirement living complex in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, Tapestry Village in Etobicoke lets seniors live as they please.
Delmanor Prince Edward

Delmanor Prince Edward

4180 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, Ontario, M8X 1X8
Extensive amenities include a fitness centre, theatre, full-service spa/salon, bar, cafe, library, gourmet kitchen and landscaped rooftop terrace complete with extensive seating areas, a putting green, tai chi and shuffleboard court.
Hearthstone by the Bay

Hearthstone by the Bay

3 Marine Parade Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario, M8V 3Z5
Hearthstone is a condominium where you own the unit rather than rent the unit. Owning your own suite protects your equity, but you have all the amenities, services and care options of a first tier retirement residence.
The Village of Humber Heights

The Village of Humber Heights

2245 Lawrence Avenue West, Etobicoke, Ontario, M9P 3W3
The Village of Humber Heights in Etobicoke offers different levels of service from independent apartments with meals to assisted living to long-term care.


When is the right time for assisted living?

The right time to look for assisted living is when you start to see obvious signs that your senior loved one is not giving him or herself proper personal care. Families may consider home care services as the first step, but the time comes when you need to make a move. That time is before a serious crisis arises.  Assisted living is typically focused on providing assistance with tasks of daily living, tasks or activities that seniors are no longer able to help themselves with.

Here's a closer look at some of those tasks and how proper care will improve your life. Getting into assisted living at the right time ensures that your loved one remains healthy and avoids unnecessary problems or crises:

Eating. If your loved one is losing weight, this can be a sign that he or she is neglecting a proper diet. There is a wide variety of reasons for this, but often, seniors eat less because they can't be bothered to cook good meals for themselves. Congregate living encourages healthy eating. Regular, well-cooked meals will improve health and increase strength.

Bathing and dressing. It's typical to think that we require less bathing as we age. However, if someone is avoiding the bath because getting in or out of the tub or shower is too difficult for them, this is could lead to worse problems. The same factors can affect a loved one's ability to dress him or herself. If you have reason to believe that your elder loved one is not taking proper personal care of him or herself, this has several dangers. It can lead to unneeded sores, for example, which can lead to infection. The move into an assisted living facility can be a great relief to both your loved and family.

Toileting and incontinence are perhaps the most delicate personal care issue. Issues in this area are a sure sign that personal senior care is needed. The distinct advantage of a move into a retirement home is that senior care will be available around the clock. The environment is built around providing this kind of delicate care, for seniors who are disinclined to ask for help in this and other personal matters.

Assisted living entails the provision of or round-the-clock availability of personal and medical care in an environment designed with seniors in mind. The brief overview above is just an outline of problems families can have with aging parents.

Costs of Mississauga's assisted living care

The fees you will pay for assisted senior living in Mississauga will vary widely, depending on what care services you actually require and where you choose to live. Here is an overview of fees and prices listed by communities as of 2017-2018:

Starting cost/mo

What's included


Basic dining, housekeeping and medication administration. All other personal care options cost an extra fee per service.


Meals and housekeeping, with all personal care options included except incontinence care (available for an extra fee).


Basic dining, housekeeping, with medication administration and resident reminders.

The above provides a brief survey.  Consult with each community to get a much fuller picture of what costs are covered and all fees associated.

Assisted living is a second level on the care continuum. As such, it is more expensive than independent living, while more complex care options such as memory care or long term care are bound to be more extensive. Families just embarking on the need for dedicated senior care may want to consider continuing care homes in the GTA. Homes like this offer a fuller continuum of care, including assisted living for seniors, like those communities listed above, but extending to more intensive care options.  

Find the right Mississauga senior care community using our Retirement Tour Checklist. This indispensible guidebook gives you all the right questions to ask communities. 

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