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Calgary is home to a number of continuing care services, including services offered by public hospitals with complex continuing care, and retirement homes offering a continuum of care services for seniors. Communities with this environment in Calgary offer a distinct advantage over those with simpler care options. Residences listed below offer two or more levels of care, and in some cases, the complete continuum from independent living to long term care.

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Trinity Lodge
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Trinity Lodge

1111 Glenmore Trail SW, Calgary, AB, Calgary, Alberta, T2V 4C9
Trinity Lodge Retirement Residence combines the elegance & style of a fine traditional hotel, with the security & warmth associated with senior living. Homecare staff is available 24/7 to give you support when needed.
Prince of Peace
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Prince of Peace

285030 Luther Rose Blvd NE, Calgary, Alberta, T1X 1 M9
Prince of Peace a variety of suites styles with kitchenettes and incredible mountain views. It's the perfect residence for seniors who are active, require some assistance, or have memory care needs.
Lake Bonavista Village
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Lake Bonavista Village

11800 Lake Fraser Drive S.E., Calgary, Alberta, T2J 7G8
Lake Bonavista Village Retirement Residence is the perfect place for seniors to retire. You can choose from a variety of suite sizes in the main building or one of our unique cottages.
The Lodge at Valley Ridge
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The Lodge at Valley Ridge

11479 Valley Ridge Dr NW, Calgary, Alberta, T3B 5V5
The Lodge at Valley Ridge is the perfect place for seniors to live, who want to maintain an active & entertaining lifestyle. Suites range from studios to 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with kitchenettes and balconies.
Chartwell Eau Claire Care Residence
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Chartwell Eau Claire Care Residence

301 7th Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 1Y6
Chartwell Fountains of Mission Retirement Residence
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Chartwell Fountains of Mission Retirement Residence

222 25th Avenue South West, Calgary, Alberta, T2S 3E9
Chartwell Harbours Retirement Residence
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Chartwell Harbours Retirement Residence

20 Country Village Cove NE, Calgary, Alberta, T3K 5T9
Chartwell Royal Park Retirement Residence
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Chartwell Royal Park Retirement Residence

4315 Richardson Road SW, Calgary, Alberta, T3E 7J7
Chartwell Colonel Belcher Retirement Residence
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Chartwell Colonel Belcher Retirement Residence

1945 Veteran's Way NW, Calgary, Alberta, T3B 5Y7

More about care in Alberta

A variety of living arrangements are supported by the health care system within the province of Alberta: continuing care at home, retirement communities with supportive living and more under one roof, and facility living in long term care homes. In home care in Alberta is available through publicly funded services, supported by Alberta Health Services (AHS). Long term care in the province provides care for people with complex health needs who are unable to live in any other setting; again, costs are supported heavily by AHS.

A continuing care retirement home that includes supportive living (as seen listed above) is an ideal situation for seniors in certain circumstances. Specifically, couples with different care needs can remain together in a community that offers a continuum of care. There are many cases where one spouse has advanced care needs while the other spouse is still very independent. The couple can stay together and see each other every day while the one who needs more advanced care gets that care as needed.

Another distinct advantage of continuing care homes, for Alberta seniors, is that this removes for once and for all the stress of future moves. For seniors who move into independent living or even light supportive living, the initial move can be a shock to the system, stressful and disruptive. If someone has lived in their traditional home for a long time, this can be very disconcerting. They can often feel like they never want to ever move again. Should they move into a continuing care home in Calgary, where all future needs are anticipated, they will have lasting peace of mind and should never need to move again.  




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