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Etobicoke Retirement Homes & Communities

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Etobicoke offers a number of first-rate retirement homes for senior adults. Some of the retirement homes here have a resort-like ambience. Be sure to search for accreditation by the Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA), a non-profit organization that sets operating standards for retirement homes in Etobicoke and elsewhere in Ontario.

Retirement Care in Etobicoke

There are various types of care services and residential homes available for senior citizens, depending on their health and age. Some of the existing options are:

  • Active Adult Retirement Communities
  • Independent living homes
  • Assisted living homes
  • Special care
  • Long-term care or Nursing care
  • Retirement condominiums
  • Life Lease retirement communities

Etobicoke’s popular retirement homes provide medical specialty services, computer access, personal care such as spas and salons, libraries, chapels and chef-prepared meals.

Housekeeping, laundry and recreation facilities are also available at all the homes. Since the seniors in retirement homes live a fairly independent life, medical services are provided only when required. Assisted living facilities provide help with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) like bathing, dressing and eating. Retirement communities, on the other hand, are independent residential facilities for seniors. Independent living homes in this famous city provide seniors with both the advantages of living independently in an apartment and the availability of services and amenities.


Alzheimer’s Care, Dementia care and memory care are available in specialized retirement homes. Such homes have highly skilled nurses and customized care programs for the affected elderly residents. Studies have shown that seniors value their independence, privacy and comfort to a great deal. Retirement homes are preferred to home care nowadays as the elderly need not have to worry about house maintenance or daily tasks. Etobicoke’s retirement homes have come to the fore as they truly empower seniors with their professional care, superior amenities and pleasing ambience.

More about living in Etobicoke

The city of Etobicoke, is an ideal place to retire in Ontario. Etobicoke has a population of about 350,000, and makes up the western portion of the city of Toronto. Lake Ontario, the Humber River, Mississauga and the city of Vaughan surround this charming city. Etobicoke boasts an exceedingly multicultural population, widespread parkland, many tourist attractions, an extensive history and a thriving economy. Etobicoke has a pleasant climate and the senior population is well represented in this region.

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Tapestry at Village Gate West

15 Summerland Terrace, Etobicoke, 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, Etobicoke, Ontario, M8K 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.

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.

Harold And Grace Baker Centre

1 Northwestern Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6M 2J7
This Toronto retirement residence offers seniors independence combined with a variety of care options. Luxury amenities include a hair salon and more.

St. Hilda's Retirement and Assisted Living

2339 Dufferin Street at Eglinton Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6E 4Z5
St.Hilda's has been the leader in non-profit, full-service retirement, assisted living & respite/recuperative care for over 35 years.

New Horizons Tower

1140 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M6H 4E6
An elegant Toronto retirement home with roots in the Baptist tradition, New Horizons Tower offers a wellness centre, on-site medical staff, assisted living and other seniors' services.

Christie Gardens

600 Melita Crescent, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 3Z4
A distinctive retirement community in the heart of Toronto, Christie Gardens offers independence for mature adults with life lease suites and a variety of amenities.

Terraces of Baycrest Retirement Residence

55 Ameer Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6A 2Z1
This retirement residence in the heart of Toronto offers housekeeping, kosher meals, a variety of recreational programs and numerous other amenities.

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