seniors housing

PDCSS executive director Becky Vermette told The Spotlight that providing assisted living services was creating an annual deficit of approximately $70,000 per year. (Photo contributed.)

Princeton’s seniors residence faces sharp cutbacks to services

Meals, suite cleaning and security scheduled to be discontinued in December

 

Living History! Born on the site decades ago, these seniors feel at home in Armstrong

Living History! Born on the site decades ago, these seniors feel at home in Armstrong

The rolling hills of the north Okanagan bring inspiration and safety to retirement home residents

  • Sep 7, 2020

 

From isolation to safe socialization!

From isolation to safe socialization!

This Armstrong retirement residence is bustling with activity… two metres apart of course

  • Jul 27, 2020

 

Seniors at Peninsula Retirement Residence are doling out words of wisdom for younger generations as a way to keep busy and stay connected to those in their community. (Contributed photos)

PHOTOS: B.C. seniors offer advice to younger generations

Residents of Penisula Retirement Residence offer words of widsom via homemade signs

Seniors at Peninsula Retirement Residence are doling out words of wisdom for younger generations as a way to keep busy and stay connected to those in their community. (Contributed photos)
The Waverly Seniors Village in Chilliwack has been deemed a ‘high-risk’ facility by Fraser Health for ongoing violations of regulations and standards of practice. (Paul Henderson/ The Progress)

‘A horror show:’ Ex-employee shares experience at problematic Chilliwack seniors’ home

Workers are paid below industry standard at all Retirement Concepts facilities

The Waverly Seniors Village in Chilliwack has been deemed a ‘high-risk’ facility by Fraser Health for ongoing violations of regulations and standards of practice. (Paul Henderson/ The Progress)
Margaret Martin, a resident of Armstrong’s Heaton Place, grew up in Richmond, B.C. (Carrie O’Neill)

Family, faith and farming: keys to happy life for Armstrong senior

Back in Eburne, Margaret was six of 12 kids growing up on the farm

  • Feb 11, 2020
Margaret Martin, a resident of Armstrong’s Heaton Place, grew up in Richmond, B.C. (Carrie O’Neill)
Creating community with Micky Fleming

Creating community with Micky Fleming

Cherish Living Group CEO loves helping others

  • Oct 30, 2019
Creating community with Micky Fleming