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Retirement homes combine care with comfort

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Retirement homes offer an eye-opening way for any Calgarian 60 and older to recover from hip surgery, knee surgery or any other operation. Take a look at communities below and contact them today to find out what they offer.  

Calgary retirement homes with convalescent care

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The Edward  

3023 16 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2T 6Y4

With its distinguished suites, upscale resort-style amenities, fine dining, personalized service, and a vibrant arts community nearby, life at The Edward caters to more sophisticated tastes.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living

The Manor Village at Fish Creek Park  

22 Shawnee Hill S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2Y 0P8

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

The Manor Villages StayWell Manor  

174 Ypres Green SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2T 6M2

Staywell Manor Village offers elegant retirement living in the heart of Calgary. Whether you are looking for independent living, assisted living or memory care, we have lifestyle options to meet your needs.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Long-term care

Trinity Lodge  

1111 Glenmore Trail SW, 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.

Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living

Convalescence in a retirement home is the perfect solution

Retirement homes offer the perfect combination of comfort and care. The retirement homes listed above offer spectacularly spacious and comfortable accommodations.  You can also have meals served to you every day, there’s care staff available, and you’ll be surprised at the lively companionship, too. 

Why convalescence in a care home is better: 

Care is just a call bell or click away. If you choose to recover at home, you’ll find yourself asking others for help. There may not always be someone available. A retirement home is a bit like having a suite in a five star hotel. Call bells are available, and you can simply press a button to get any attention you require. 

If the retirement home has assisted living, there may even be nursing or clinical help available, so it has almost all the benefits of a hospital stay, without the overtly clinical feel of a hospital setting. 

Someone to do your housework and cook your meals. The last thing you want to do is over-exert yourself. In a retirement home, you can get meals and pay a bit extra for housekeeping. If you are in your own home, you’d have to ask someone else to cook for you or over-extend yourself and risk harming yourself or worse.  

Experience the vibrancy of senior living. This is the true bonus of convalescence in a senior living home, seeing and participating in the community life first-hand. To the uninitiated, it can be quite a surprise to see how fun and lively these retirement home seniors are. It will also lift your spirits, if you can participate in activities, dine with other people, take part in community life. You’ll find these communities have a lot of heart!

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