Oakville Retirement Home Reviews

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Oakville is one of the most desirable places to live and retire in, in the entire Greater Toronto Area. The many exceptional retirement communities along the lakeshore and elsewhere make it difficult to choose. Retirement community reviews below offer you a critical tool in your research process. Reviews give you our professional look at communities, along with comments and testimonials from people with firsthand knowledge of each community. You can also use our site to compare retirement homes’ prices and features side by side and research each community deeply from the list of retirement communities in Oakville.


List of communities in Oakville, Ontario

Mississauga, Ontario

  • Erinview's new building, opened in 2019, offers spaciousness throughout. It's a completely new living environment surrounded by beautiful older homes on tree-lined streets. Ideal for families in Mississauga, Milton, Oakville and elsewhere in the west GTA, the Erinview offers a uniquely homey atmosphere. That feeling comes straight from the top, Sifton being family-run, focused on traditional values. The result here is a coziness to the place, combined with excellent care.
  • I like the exercise programs very much. I think it's necessary. I try to go at least three times a w
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Oakville, Ontario

  • The phrase "reasonable cost" might be heard rarely when it comes to living anywhere in the city of Oakville — but the value you receive in senior care at Palermo Village means the phrase applies! And then again, there's no price tag you can put on truly compassionate treatment. The Village is widely praised for the way staff treats residents. "Friendly" and "helpful" are terms used as a matter of course by family members, when describing the staff here. There's nothing better than hearing that your senior loved one loves where they live.
  • I have been living here since early in 2015. It is a wonderful place to live [with] so much to offe
Burlington, Ontario

  • Tansley Woods is ideal for a variety of people. Older adults who currently live alone love that they can have all their housework and meals taken care of, and they can find friends to talk to just outside the door. For seniors who are advancing in age, there are customized levels of care focused exactly on their needs. The community and the care offered here are truly unique here. Walk in here, and it will change your mind about seniors' homes, forever.
  • The facility is beautiful. The staff is outstanding. The food is wonderful. There is no better place
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Oakville, Ontario

  • This place is obviously ideal if you love golfing or want to settle close to family in Oakville, but there are also a variety of onsite quiet places that allow residents time for personal space. These include The Greenhouse Potting Room, the Serenity Spa and personal massage facilities. The community's excellent ambassador program helps new community members feel right at home. Residents we've spoken to enjoy Glen Abbey's gardening activities outside, and exercise room inside, among other amenities. It's an elegant experience, in both shared spaces and the privacy of your suite.
  • Staff is friendly, caring and always helpful. The building itself is very clean and well-maintained
Mississauga, Ontario

  • This building has it all for Toronto seniors. Condo ownership is available for those looking to invest. Rental suites offer exceptional retirement features, with some assistance available. This results in an integrated community, where seniors can decide to switch from condo ownership to care, in a community they're already familiar with. The best thing about the Parkland, though, is the unique combination of in-building luxuries and abundant conveniences just outside the door.
  • My 99 year old grandmother lives here. Very friendly staff and nice common areas.
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Burlington, Ontario

  • One thing apparent about Heritage Place is that there’s always something to do here. People here love the daily brain fitness activity. There’s a slate of things to do every day, including card games, yoga, movies, shopping trips, workshops, live music and the list goes on. (Of course, you also have the privacy of your own condo.) The rich social aspect of living here makes it worth moving away from a traditional family home. We see it as an ideal bridge between typical active lifestyle communities and independent living for seniors.
  • My mom has been [here, almost since it opened] ... Both her mental health and her physical health ha

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