Langley Retirement Homes
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Langley retirement homes listed here offer the very best in contemporary senior living, with buildings designed for accessibility, a full activity schedule, and copious amenities. Browse the list below, and read further information below the listings, along with links to tools to help you choose a community that’s right for you.
Retirement homes in Langley
More about senior living in Langley
The following services and facilities are also available in Langley’s retirement homes:
• Round the clock supervision
• Three meals a day served in a common dining area
• Personalized assistance for grooming, bathing, feeding and dressing
• Transportation facilities
• Medical emergency and therapeutic services
• Round-the-clock security
• Various kinds of exercise and health care programs
• Doctor on call
Langley’s retirement homes also provide activities like Tai-Chi, Yoga, line dancing or brisk strolls. Boat cruises and overnight bus trips are added attractions for the active elderly members. Activities in retirement homes are exciting and allow the elderly to have a diverse schedule that keeps their minds stimulated. Retirees can enjoy a healthy and carefree life at retirement homes in Langley. These senior homes provide assurance to family members that their loved ones are treated with the highest level of care, compassion and respect.
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Retirement living in Langley, BC
The city of Langley, a municipality in Metro Vancouver, has a rich history and a wonderful sense of community. The green parks and proximity to Vancouver are other attractions. The Township of Langley is a vibrant community with a population of 93,000.
The number of seniors in Langley is increasing rapidly, and fortunately, loved ones and family members have a variety of senior homes to choose from. Langley's retirement homes are known for excellent services, skilled care and beautiful surroundings. These retirement homes meet the needs of seniors who are able to live independently without the need for round-the-clock help and medical aid. On the contrary, nursing homes are for seniors who have significant health issues and require a high level of care. Residents in a skilled nursing facility may also receive physical, occupational, and other rehabilitative therapies following an accident or illness.