Continuing Care Ottawa

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Continuing care retirement communities in Ottawa offer care on different levels that can include independent living to assisted living, as well as long-term care or memory care facilities. There are advantages of a home with a continuum of care. Homes offer a diverse approach to care, where some seniors may be entirely independent, while others in the same community may need more dedicated care like catheter and other tube care, while still others require round-the-clock monitoring.

 

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Continuing Care in The National Capital Region

Governors Walk Retirement Residence - Metta Lifestyles  

150 Stanley Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K1M 2J7

A former monastery and friary, Governors Walk is designed to pay respect to the past while featuring a modern touch. Governors Walk is steps away from the picturesque Rideau River and Stanley park.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Promenade Seniors' Suites & Retirement Residence  

110 & 150 Rossignol Drive, Orleans, Ontario, K4A 0N2

Located in Orleans, Promenade is surrounded by walking paths. From Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care, we offer a vibrant community focused on exceeding your expectations. Contact us today 613-229-7973.

Lifestyle Options: Apartments, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Symphony Senior Living Kanata  

27 Weaver Crescent, Kanata, Ontario, K2K 2Z8

Enjoy the natural setting of the surrounding Kanata Lakes with access to all essential amenities. Symphony Senior Living Kanata is community that offers a variety of service packages and suites to fulfill all your needs.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Ravines Seniors' Suites & Retirement Residence  

626 & 636 Prado Private, Ottawa, Ontario, K2E 0B3

Located in Citiplace, Ravines is surrounded by walking paths. From Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care, we offer a vibrant community focused on exceeding your expectations. Contact us today 613-223-8506.

Lifestyle Options: Apartments, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Park Place Seniors' Suites & Retirement Residence  

110 & 120 Central Park Dr, Ottawa, Ontario, K2C 4G3

Located in Central Park, Independent Seniors will find a home in our Seniors' Suites. Those needing more care find comfort in our Retirement Residence. We're focused on exceeding expectations. Call today 613-266-1354.

Lifestyle Options: Apartments, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Carp Commons Retirement Village - Verve Senior Living  

458 Donald B. Munro Drive, Carp, Ontario, K0A 1L0

One visit to Carp Commons Retirement Village and you’ll see the difference in terms of amenities, food, services, programs, and the little touches that make it feel like home.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

The advantages of continuing are

A continuing care retirement community offers a number of important advantages:

Definitions of continuing care in context

The definition we are working with above is one used by some Canadians, but perhaps more often in the United States. It does fit with many retirement communities in Canada that do indeed offer a full continuum of care for seniors. There is no more fitting term to describe these types of communities that offer a full range of care, all in one facility.

Others in the senior care industry consider continuing care to be synonymous with long term care; that is, when someone is in LTC they need care on a continual basis.

Complex continuing care is a progressive-minded approach to care for seniors and others, with an integrated approach to providing care for medically complex clients, including seniors. By definition, complex care may mean that they have a chronic condition exacerbated by a separate health incident (such as a heart attack). This is the official definition used by health care authorities like the Canadian Institute for Health Information.

There are a number of facilities in the Ottawa Region that offer this approach to care. In fact, some of these are associated with retirement communities and villages.

See the difficulties associated with this and other definitions, in our glossary of senior care.








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