Dundas Retirement Homes & Communities
Strong health at any age in Dundas
There are a number of superb retirement residences in the town of Dundas and the area of west Hamilton, along with Ancaster and surrounding towns. This is an ideal location for many seniors and their families, with its close proximity to the 403, and living costs much lower than you would pay further east, in Burlington, Oakville and the GTA. Seniors' homes listed here offer a combination of excellent care with affordability.
Retirement homes in Dundas, ON
Types of senior care in the city of Dundas
Independent living homes in Dundas provide both the advantages of living independently in an apartment and the availability of services and amenities.
Assisted living facilities are meant for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities. Some facilities provide help with medication and nursing if needed. Staff is available twenty-four hours a day. Assisted living bridges the gap between independent living and nursing homes.
A long term care home is suited to seniors who need regular care and medication. Long-term care homes are sometimes known as nursing homes; these offer the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital.
Retirement villages and retirement communities, unlike retirement homes, offer independent homes for residents. Continuing care retirement facilities combine independent living, assisted living and nursing care under one roof. Memory care (for Alzheimer's and dementia) and respite care are available in specialized retirement homes.
The retirement homes in Dundas create a service plan for you upon admission. The service plan details the personalized services or medication required by the resident. The plan is updated regularly to assure that the resident receives the appropriate care as his or her condition changes. The Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) membership ensures that retirement homes meet the highest professional industry standards in the province.
Retirement living in Dundas
Dundas has plenty to offer to senior citizens who like to spend time in libraries, museums or art galleries. The care homes have all the amenities, facilities and services needed to enrich a senior's life, keeping them comfortable and healthy.
Dundas, also known as the Valley Town, has some notable yearly events such as the Buskerfest in early June and the Dundas Cactus Festival in August. This town has a high population of seniors just like all other towns in Canada.
Finding a senior home that meets your requirements can be a daunting task for most people. There are many things that an elderly individual and their loved ones need to consider while choosing a retirement home. Take a close look at the care homes listed here to learn what they offer you. Dundas has some of the most peaceful retirement homes.