Vanessa Romero won the Nursing Senior Leadership Award through the Ontario Long-Term Care Association. But she didn’t always want to be a nurse…
Tom Watson and his wife, Kristiina, have been doing non-denominational services at Royale Place Retirement Residence for 8 years, but that’s nothing compared to their journey.
Cindy has served overseas with the Canadian Armed Forces, achieved excellence in bodybuilding and is the proud owner of a potbelly pig, but her real joy is volunteering at Rosewood Retirement Residence.
Charlotte gifted her two cats, Sparkie and Raider, eternal life by writing a children’s book inspired by their many adventures.
The Sienna Wii Bowling Tournament is held twice a year by the retirement residences in British Columbia. So what does a Sienna seniors’ virtual bowling league look like?
The 8th annual Great Pancake Games at Barnswallow Place Care Community pitted residents against one another in the fine art of flapjack flipping, tossing, and relay racing.
Sharon and Don recently renewed their wedding vows at Peninsula Retirement Residence. But how does a couple stay married for 48 years?
Painting at Muskoka Shores is about more than just art, it’s about creating something together. The beautiful pieces done by residents have captured family and team members, inspiring a calendar. Look inside to marvel at their vibrant paintings and fall in love with their creations.
Gemma followed her dreams of helping people re-connect with food across an ocean.
The warmth of human connection is about more than building a happy home; it’s about building a network you can depend on. For our residences in B.C., that means coming together whenever possible.
Margaret Cruickshank is 108 years old, but she’s not going to let that stop her from doing anything.
Bloomington Cove Care Community won the Home of the Year Award from the Ontario Long-Term Care Association for their Person-Centred-Care approach. But what does person-centred care look like?
Team members at Fieldstone Commons Care Community brought a little cheer to women and their children at a local women’s shelter.
Residents, family and team members at Fox Ridge Care Community got together to bring a little Holiday cheer to animals without a home.
The residents’ committee at Island Park Retirement Residence spread some Holiday cheer by sponsoring a local family in need.