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Calgary Retirement Homes

Calgary Retirement Homes

Find the best retirement homes & home care agencies in Calgary

Calgary offers many qualified retirement homes. Whether you are looking for a community for a healthy and self-sufficient senior or a supportive atmosphere for a senior who requires daily assistance and care, you will certainly uncover plenty of options that meet your unique needs in Calgary.

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Alberta Retirement Communities

Symphony Senior Living Evergreen-2220 - 162 Avenue SW,Calgary,Alberta,T2Y 5E3
 

Symphony Senior Living Evergreen

2220 - 162 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2Y 5E3
At the premier retirement residence in Calgary, AB, Symphony Senior Living Evergreen, seniors enjoy elegant dining, a sunny courtyard, a bustling on-site bistro and more.

The Manor Village at Signature Park-1858 Sirocco Drive SW,Calgary,Alberta,T3H 3P7
 

The Manor Village at Signature Park

1858 Sirocco Drive SW, Calgary, Alberta, T3H 3P7
This retirement home in Calgary, Alberta offers superb seniors' apartments, with amenities including a library and activities room in a luxury living environment.

Find the retirement home that matches your lifestyle

Calgary offers a variety of retirement residences for various senior lifestyles. If you are active or concerned with staying in good physical condition, you might enjoy Calgary’s active adult living which will allow you to explore the province's natural riches, like its picturesque national parks and mountains.

Alternatively, you could experience the city’s expanding and lively downtown core. Sports fans will love Calgary’s many professional teams, like the National Hockey League’s Clagary Flames, the Canadian Football League’s Stampeders, the National Lacrosse League’s Roughnecks, and its minor league baseball team, the Vipers. But, if you seek relaxation or you have a condition that does not permit such activity, you will find Calgary’s beautiful scenery both pleasing and calming. For example, if your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, Calgary offers ideal homes with art therapy or brain health exercises that can be therapeutic.

Download our Brain Health Guidebook for more information about mental health and tips to keep your brain strong and active as you age.

Discover the diversity of services and amenities that Calgary retirement homes provide. Some of these include:

  • A concierge
  • Recreational activities, like gardening, shuffleboard, brain games, and community programs
  • On-site barber/hair salon
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Round the clock emergency services

Retirement Home Oversight in Alberta

The predominant organization ensuring that Alberta’s seniors homes are safe and secure is the Alberta Senior Citizen Housing Association (ASCHA). This non-profit association, established in 1967, has represented plenty of seniors homes (ranging from independent living to long-term care) from across the province. ASCHA "supports members in creating and maintaining vibrant senior housing for Albertans." It identifies its vision as being "the voice and champion for seniors housing." Because ASCHA membership is completely voluntary, you might wish to find out whether a home about which you are interested is a member retirement home. This inquiry could give you the peace of mind of knowing that you or your loved one will have a strong advocate.

Alberta’s government also oversees seniors homes. In May 2012, the province transferred many of the services once part of the Ministry of Seniors to the Ministry of Health. However, the latter ministry is also responsible for ensuring that seniors live in comfortable and reasonable homes. Since 2008, the Ministry of Seniors launched myriad campaigns against elder abuse. It has also educated seniors about their rights and what constitutes senior abuse.

Financial Assistance for Retirement in Alberta

The province of Alberta might assist you in making your retirement living arrangements affordable. Since Alberta does not charge provincial sales taxes, you will save money if you are moving to or retiring in Calgary! 

Here are a few examples of Alberta government financial assistance programs, including:

  • Special Needs Assistance for Seniors
  • Dental Assistance for Seniors Program
  • Alberta Seniors Benefit Program
How much will it cost you to retire in a Calgary retirement home? Read Costs of Retiring in Alberta for financial information about retiring in Alberta.
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