Etobicoke retirement home reviews

Ratings and expert reviews of senior care in the western part of Toronto

Considering a move into a retirement residence in Etobicoke? Want to know which one is best for you? Comfort Life collects information and impressions from many years of working with retirement homes in the borough of Etobicoke and throughout Toronto. Whether you are looking for independent living, assisted living or any other senior care, we're the trusted third party authority for Canadians looking for senior living.

Below, we look at communities from throughout Etobicoke, with collected ratings from people who live there, as well as comments and input from family members. We focus on the strengths and the good things about each community, so you can match information with your own values and requirements. We want you to help you find the community that's best for you.

List of retirement residences in Etobicoke

Etobicoke, Ontario

  • You'll love this place if you enjoy being treated to luxury. Aside from the onsite amenities, the dining, crafted by a professional chef, is an exceptional aspect of daily life at this retirement residence. Families appreciate that residents are so well-treated, and that it's so easy to get to from anywhere in the GTA.
  • The daily brain workout [gives me] more focus and energy. That makes everything more fun.
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Etobicoke, Ontario

  • The availability of a full continuum of care in this community makes it unique. With everything from independent and assisted living through dementia care and long-term care, through palliation, you never need to move again. Perhaps a standout in this is the availability of a memory care neighbourhood, where residents with dementia receive the best care possible thanks to Schlegel's partnership with the Research Institute for Aging at the University of Waterloo.
  • Every time I come to the town square there're always groups of people here and there. I never knew a
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Etobicoke, Ontario

  • Delmanor Prince Edward is well-appointed, prestigious senior living. This mid-rise tower on Dundas West creates a singularly vibrant community where residents can pamper themselves in the salon weekly, sit in on movie events in the main floor theatre, or keep up health in the fitness centre. People who move here find revival in the spectacular environs.
  • I am totally relieved that my mom is here. And I'm totally happy that she's here.
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Toronto, Ontario

  • This place is optimal for seniors in the heart of Toronto who want to enjoy the finest senior living in a friendly, happy community. Since New Horizons is a charitable organization, costs are reasonable in spite of its premium location, the beautiful building, and the exemplary care given. Built over 40 years ago, it has undergone several recent renewals and improvements. It's the best of all possible worlds, combining rich experience in senior living and care with contemporary accessibility design and building amenities, in the heart of this world-class city.
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