Summerland Seniors Village offers a campus of care – three levels within the same Summerland community, ranging from Independent Living to Assisted Living and Complex Care.

Three levels of support create ‘Campus of Care’ for seniors

Join Summerland Seniors Village for an Open House on Oct. 1

At Summerland Seniors Village, they understand that seniors often require additional support to continue enjoying their life to the fullest.

They offer a campus of care, three levels within the same Summerland community. The levels of support vary from Independent Living to Assisted Living and Complex Care.

Complex Care is available to those who recognize that independent living or assisted living is no longer their best option and the need for additional support for their loved ones is necessary.

At Summerland Seniors Village they provide complex care residents with 24/7 compassionate, trusting and professional services that help residents live their everyday life comfortably. Their experienced staff of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, care aides and recreational therapists cater to any required specific help and make sure that residents are in a comfortable and safe environment. No matter the situation, staff work with families to determine the best level of care and are flexible and ready to meet any need.

At Summerland Seniors Village, complex care goes far beyond just physical and mental medical care.

They pride themselves in providing residents with the emotional support they need in their new home. They want to make sure that all residents are living in a vibrant, welcoming community.

Residents at Summerland Senior Village enjoy a pro-active social life with their days filled with entertainment, activities and programs.

An afternoon at Summerland Seniors Village can include watching a movie or going out for bus or lunch outings. Days are filled with recreational and therapeutic activities, lectures and wellness seminars as well as seated exercise clubs and programs. There are plenty of delightful activities for everyone, regardless of the level-of-care or interests, that will be sure to keep everyone in the community feeling cheerful, relaxed and part of a community.

Summerland Seniors Village will be holding an Open House on Oct. 1 from 2 to 4 p.m. in honour of International Seniors Day. Staff will be on hand to provide tours of the community and answer any questions you may have.

For more information about Summerland Senior Village or Complex Care please visit retirementconcepts.com/locations or call us at 250-404-4400.

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