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Vancouver Nursing Homes

Take advantage of progressive long-term care 

Vancouver area nursing homes have a tradition of offering excellent care and rehabilitation for the elderly. Rehabilitation programs have been shown to help stroke sufferers, with residents in some cases recovering significantly. Many long-term care programs have been shown to be beneficial, such as physical therapy and stroke recovery programs, among others.

Many long-term care residences in Vancouver are members of the British Columbia Senior Living Association (BCSLA). Members of the BCSLA use a progressive approach to care that anticipates the needs of seniors. This organization seeks to provide "advocacy, leadership and networking opportunities for its members. BCSLA members are committed to innovation, resident choice, and excellence in the senior living industry." Before choosing a nursing home in Vancouver, be sure to identify whether it is part of the BCSLA.

Service B.C. also lists numerous resources for British Columbia’s seniors. In addition, the Community Care and Assisted Living Act (CCAL), which encompasses long-term care, governs the health and safety standards for B.C.’s nursing homes. The Office of the Assisted Living Registrar deals with complaints about senior homes, maintains a registry of all retirement communities in B.C., and handles health and safety concerns (i.e. staffing and emergency preparedness).

Greater Vancouver offers an excellent variety of nursing homes. These communities provide the comfort of constant, dedicated, and professional care.

Living in Vancouver

Vancouver is a highly desirable place to retire in, with its majestic mountain scenery, its very healthy climate and of course, the many world class care and nursing options available for residents from across the province of British Columbia. You can also find a broader list of retirement homes in Vancouver. Vancouver contains many of the world’s best nursing and healthcare options.

For concerns about nursing home costs, Sun Life Financial notes that the maximum rate that a long-term care community in British Columbia can charge is $2,932.00. The minimum amount you will have to pay is $894.30. That said, financial assistance is available for public nursing homes.

Superb nursing homes throughout metropolitan Vancouver include homes in Surrey, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Delta, Port Coquitlam, as well as Victoria and elsewhere on Vancouver Island.

Learn more about the nursing and elderly care offered by the homes listed below.

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