Alberta's continuing care system provides seniors with a range of health and personal care services and accommodations to support their independence and quality of life. Alberta Seniors and Community Support regulates the standards in these facilities.
Home living is for independent seniors who remain at home. Home care provides professional support services, such as nursing, as well as personal support services like housekeeping and hygiene. Home care services are provided through Alberta's Regional Health Authorities. Supportive living provides housing accommodations along with support and care services, such as meals, housekeeping, and social activities. Supportive living is appropriate for many seniors, but not those who have serious health care needs. Facility living includes nursing homes and other long-term care institutions. These facilities serve seniors who are unable to remain at home or in supportive living. Residents pay for accommodation costs, but health services are publicly funded and provided through Alberta's Regional Health Authorities.
At the present time, we do not represent a senior housing provider that matches your criteria.