8 Benefits of Choosing a Park Place Seniors Living Residence

Do you or your loved ones want to maintain your independence, while having easy access to care services and amenities? Then, a Park Place residence is the right move. Residents retain their daily routine, participate in social activities, and enjoy a fulfilling life. Whether you’re exploring independent living, supportive and assisted living or long term care, Park Place is committed to providing a quality care experience and enriching the lives of Seniors.

The Finer Points of Seniors Living Residences

1. Rooms

Park Place offers private rooms that residents can personalize and make their own. For those with cognitive challenges like dementia, adding sentimental items to their space can aid memory retention, as well. These become each resident’s home, alleviating any fears about a loss of personal space.

2. Peace of Mind

While residents are relaxing in the comfort and privacy of their room, they also know they have access to help whenever they need it. Emergency resources are available 24 hours a day, giving you and your family peace of mind.

3. Staff

Residents can expect the highest standard of care from Park Place staff. All employees are caring individuals who have been thoroughly vetted during the hiring process, and all Long Term Care locations are nationally accredited by Accreditation Canada. Every team member from cooks to nurses is dedicated to fostering a warm and welcoming environment for all residents.

4. Taking care of the details

Park Place staff take on household chores so that residents don’t have to. Routine cleaning services and a regularly scheduled laundry service help residents enjoy a pleasant, easy-to-manage living space. And, if residents choose not to cook, no problem. Nutritious meals are provided daily, and shared dining facilities are always available.

5. Transportation

Some seniors can drive, but prefer not to. Others do not drive or are no longer able to. Many Park Place locations have an on-site shuttle, offer taxi vouchers, or are steps away from public transit access, to accommodate each resident’s routine. This also helps in transporting residents to medical appointments or to run errands.

6. Adapting to Changing Needs

The needs of Park Place residents often change. They may begin by living independently, but may later require an assisted living or long-term care arrangement. Experienced staffers help residents through these transitions, in many cases enabling them to remain part of the Park Place family.

7. In-House Activities

With a broad calendar of in-house events and activities, residents have plenty of opportunities to socialize. Reduced mobility or health issues are not barriers to involvement here. This eases any fears about increasing isolation and decreasing social interactions.

8. Cost

Maintaining a house is too expensive and time-consuming for many seniors. A retirement residence is an all-inclusive, worry-free alternative that is better suited to retirees. For those requiring a little more assistance with daily tasks, assisted or supportive living residences are also available. One monthly payment covers maintenance fees, housing expenses, and even the majority of food costs that are part of assisted living. In many of our residences, subsidized rooms are also available. Most importantly, a seniors residence takes the stress out of everyday tasks, making it possible for residents to enjoy a more fulfilling life.


Require assistance choosing the right type of Seniors Residence for you or your loved one? See our handy resources below:

Care Comparison Chart
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