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Retirement homes in Port Hope offer comfort and community for seniors  who come from throughout the area of Northumberland County and beyond. Communities below offer seniors independence from mundane daily tasks and open up new opportunities for friendship and daily enjoyment.  For people from out of this area who want to settle near family in or around Port Hope, seniors’ homes listed below offer an ideal way to be closer to children and grandchildren. Research your options below, or learn more about the world of senior living below the listings. 

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Empire Crossing by Esprit Lifestyle Communities

Empire Crossing by Esprit Lifestyle Communities

224 Ward Street, Port Hope, Ontario, L1A OC5
Empire Crossing is a retirement community in Port Hope, Ontario. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, Empire Crossing offers comfortable one and two bedroom apartments.

Senior living in Port Hope

Many seniors and couples in Port Hope and the area choose to remain in their own home, even as it becomes “too much” for them. There comes a time when it’s best to make a change into a new place better suited to the person you are at this stage of life. Particularly seniors who live alone put themselves in unnecessary jeopardy, as a lot of research shows that living alone has many negative health effects. Stubbornly remaining on your own can blind you to possibilities. 

Seniors who move into a retirement community often find rejuvenation and a new outlook on life. They make new friends, and their daily lives are markedly better, thanks to the constant presence of care staff, as well as a slate of daily activities. They’ll often remark that they now have things to do every day. There’s no more putting the TV on in order to have company. Meals are cooked and provided by someone else, so there’s no more toast and tea, or simple soups for supper. 

As far as the cost goes, many people discover they have a lot more financial resources than they might have realized, including home equity, for example. They can afford to live well, in a community of people their own age. 

All of this opens up new opportunities to reach out to new people around you. We have a basic human need to live in fellowship with others. Communities like those above open up many new opportunities for new, deep personal interaction with others. They also open up time to revisit or develop passions and interests. All told, a move into a retirement home can surprise people with the possibilities.




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