Waterford Bria is an impressively open concept, welcoming community laid out in a way that’s distinctly inviting. The exterior exhibits standout architecture, with a cobblestone driveway and field-stone columns set off against emerald green siding. Inside, we loved the stone fireplace, but you might be impressed by other things such as the spaciousness or the hardwood interiors. The overwhelming impression we get on the main floor is its sheer expansiveness. There’s room to stretch yourself wherever you go. Throughout the community, you see that people have places to sit together in small groups, or, if they so choose, to read or relax on their own.
That generosity of space and openness is also found in the suites. These are complemented by large windows, with many balconies facing outward over the courtyard. There’s multi-faceted storage space for residents to keep things. Outside, the wonderful central courtyard includes a fountain where people gather around on a sunny day. One other standout feature is the fourth floor patio, which combines bright sunshine with peaceful quietude, a great place to relax.
The staff is incredible! All of them! The servers, the recreation (staff), the management, they all all work so well with one another. This became apparent [in 2020] when they all had to deliver all the meals to the residents' suites. The attitude was amazon, they would come singing. This is the kind of staff we have. I call it the wonderful world of the Waterford.—Ella Watts , resident
My mother has been a resident at the Waterford in Tsawwassen for over 7 years and we have been very happy with her care. Whenever we visit, we enjoy the food in the dining room. The staff has been friendly and helpful. We will be coming in May, hopefully to eat chocolate!—Garry V., family member
My mother was recently in the care centre at the Waterford and I have nothing but admiration and gratitude for the staff who cared for her. She felt safe and had real affection for the nurses and aids involved in her care. The centre itself is comfortable and the food exceptional.—Susan M. , family member
A wonderful space for senior residents to live as independently as they wish [with] a care option available in house if/when they decline physically or mentally. [Many] activities to choose from, as well as a private bus that they share with their sister site down the street. [It's an] extremely convenient location [when you want] to run errands and things, without needing a vehicle.—Channelle, family member
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