Housing options for older Manitobans include private facilities offering independent, apartment-style living and amenities like transportation, housekeeping, and meals. Through the Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat and Age-Friendly Manitoba Initiative, senior also have government-supported housing choices. With Services to Seniors and Home Care, many seniors remain at home and receive assistance from home-based agencies with basic chores or health needs.
Others require alternative housing. Manitoba's Aging in Place initiative provides a supported environment with access to amenities like community dining, housekeeping, and social activities. As needs change, seniors increase the support and assistance they receive. Supportive Housing combines community living in a secure apartment setting with personal support services, helping seniors requiring 24-hour support to delay personal care home placement. When a senior needs 24-hour nursing care and can no longer remain at home or in supportive housing, a personal care home is appropriate.
At the present time, we do not represent a senior housing provider that matches your criteria.