Verdun Retirement Homes & Communities

Options for seniors in Verdun

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Other activities such as art classes, dancing, woodworking and ceramics are offered in these residences. Services like housekeeping, laundry and meals are provided on premises as a matter of course and homes also provide a variety of health care on site. Senior retirement homes are also secured communities that offer a high level of security. Seniors may live in individual single-family homes, condominiums, town houses or suites.

A senior home come with a variety of care models. All senior homes have professional caregivers and various allied services on offer. Assisted Living Facilities (ALF’s) offer help with daily tasks like grooming, eating, bathing etc. Alzheimer’s and Dementia centers are skilled care units for affected elderly individuals. Montreal nursing homes or long term care homes are ideal for seniors who need a high level of care and medical aid.

The luxury senior retirement homes at Verdun are for seniors who wish to live it up in their golden years. Such homes may have a higher price and elegant furnishings, chef-prepared meals and picturesque surroundings. Verdun has various types of senior care options and it is important to make the correct choice, depending on the health of the senior in question. Learn more about your options.

The lush waterfront areas of Desmarchais-Crawford, the vitality of Wellington-de-l’Église, and the combination of urban and country living make Verdun an exciting and habitable place for seniors. Senior homes in this borough have optimum facilities, skilled services and modern amenities for the elderly who are able to live a life of health, security and contentment.

Retirement in Verdun, QC

Verdun, a borough of the city of Montreal, is one of Canada's oldest cities. The borough administration divides Verdun into three neighborhoods as Desmarchais-Crawford, the Douglas Hospital campus, and the suburban area of Crawford Bridge. Interestingly, taverns, night clubs, and cabarets have been banned in Verdun since 1965. The city offers seniors and families a variety of community resources.

The issue of Canada's aging population is a factor in Verdun just as in other parts of Canada. Different resources and measures are now available to more independent seniors. The New Hope Senior Citizen Center’s mandate is to provide seniors with accessibility to community life and to help fight against and alleviate isolation amongst seniors in Quebec. Verdun has several wellness and recreational programs for seniors through the year.

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