One of the biggest draws of retirement living is the availability of active living programs and social opportunities at residences like Chartwell Carrington Place.

Enjoy a worry-free retirement at Chartwell Carrington Place

There’s something to be said for the simplicity of retirement living. Imagine a place where you will have more time to enjoy family visits, your favourite hobbies and social activities – a place where you can focus on what makes you happy!

With delicious meals, a range of convenient services, and personal support as your needs change, this pet-friendly retirement community is inviting you to discover the simplicity of retirement living!

Engaging Programs & Activities

One of the biggest draws of retirement living is the availability of active living programs and social opportunities. Regardless of whether you’re outgoing or shy, you’re empowered to choose from a wide range of programs that can benefit you physically, socially and even emotionally. From exercise classes to organized outings aboard the Chartwell bus, you have an extensive selection of events at your disposal, with the freedom to participate at will.

With entertaining recreational programs and outings a part of each day at Chartwell Carrington Place, you won’t miss the cleaning and general maintenance associated with homeownership. Day-to-day life can become more about what you want to do, and less about what you have to do.

At Chartwell Carrington Place Retirement Residence, we offer a worry-free lifestyle complete with spacious, light-filled suites and large, outdoor patios ideal for entertaining all year round. You’ll also enjoy our resort-like ambiance with walking paths and outdoor amenities available at your convenience.

If you’re an active and independent individual who would benefit from a range of services that can free up time you can spend on the people and things most important in your life, consider how we can make your retirement easier and more enjoyable.

Chartwell Carrington Place Retirement Residence in Vernon has a Retirement Living Consultant that is happy to provide you with a tour of the property. You and your family are invited to come experience retirement living firsthand.

 

Contact Chartwell Carrington Place’s Retirement Living Consultant to arrange a tour of the Vernon property.

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