Kamloops is home to a number of excellent senior living retirement homes. These communities cheerfully welcome new move-ins, and offer a lifestyle that will make you feel like a new person. Learn more about senior living in the Kamloops area.
The Residence offers service-oriented living at its finest. With a shopping plaza and stunning views, Orchards Walk is Kamloops’ premier new neighbourhood. Choose between spacious studios and one or two bedroom suites.
Lifestyle Options: Independent Living
It’s often typical for seniors to become comfortable in a traditional family home, believing that it’s safe and the right place to be. Even as neighbours get increasingly younger all the time, friends move away or (sad but true) pass on, seniors often accept things as they are. This really doesn’t have to be the case, and quite often, believing this is normal is detrimental to your health. There are also people who think that an “old folks home” is not where they want to be. However, you’ll be surprised by what you’ll find in communities like those listed above.
Moving into a Kamloops seniors’ community where everything is new can be life-altering for those who make the move. The environment is tailored completely to those your age, where you’re surrounded by peers (many from the area, separated from you by few degrees). Many who make the move find lots of new joy in life. Move into a seniors’ community in Kamloops, and you’ll marvel at “so many things to do every day,” “friends around every bend” and also, “how I can afford it.”
Many communities offer a one-size-fits-all fee that simplifies life. Included in the excellent seniors' care provided at homes here, you might find some of these services:
In addition, recreational facilities include amenities such as a pool, putting green, shuffleboard court, and more. Of course, Kamloops retirement homes offer care services like health care support, health education, a wellness club, physiotherapy centers, and fitness classes. Nursing staff is helpful and supportive.
We understand that this is a major life change, late in life, and it can be difficult for some people to navigate. Throughout our site, you can find helpful advice, starting with the following guide pages: