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How governments facilitate affordable retirement housing

Safe and affordable housing is fundamental to build a strong future for seniors, their families and communities. Various government programs and services are working to provide affordable retirement homes that fulfill the needs of the elderly. Supportive housing programs are designed to help people live independently in their own apartments. For many seniors who also need care and services in addition to housing, affordable senior homes offer the best option as they provide meals, laundry, housekeeping and medical aid as required. The services include personal support, essential homemaking services, and professional staff who take care of the seniors' needs.

Non-profit retirement homes in Ontario


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Davenhill Senior Living
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Davenhill Senior Living

877 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3M2
Nestled in the heart of Toronto - known for our Christian heritage, exceptional value we provide, we embrace people of all backgrounds. Experience, engage & enjoy all that life has to offer at Davenhill Senior Living!
Sts. Peter and Paul Residence
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Sts. Peter and Paul Residence

221 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario, M1S 4P4
Sts. Peter and Paul Residence offers a modern, efficient, and self-sustaining seniors community operated by a professional and compassionate staff.

Financial assistance programs for seniors in Canada enable seniors to opt for affordable retirement homes. Throughout Canada there are government programs that offer assistance. For example, the province of Ontario has the Ontario Affordable Housing Program (AHP). Here, new homes are being created for low-income families, senior citizens, persons living with mental illness, persons with dual diagnosis, and victims of domestic violence. The Ontario government's long-term housing strategy is an attempt to make it easier for seniors to find and maintain affordable housing in this province.

Subsidized housing options for seniors include:

• Affordable Housing
• Rent-Geared-To-Income Housing
• Co-operative Housing
• Supportive Housing

As individuals grow old, the need for proper care arises. Retirement homes provide a range of facilities and services to the elderly people who are looking for a home away from home. 




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