SENIORS’ WEEK: Cedars helps seniors stay home

The Cedars 58 suites are ready for your own furniture and personal touch to make it your home

Designed for your comfort and satisfaction, The Cedars provides assisted living as an option for seniors who want to maintain an independent lifestyle, whether your preference is lively socializing or quiet time in the lounge.

The Cedars provides a safe and comfortable environment to enjoy your retirement years. They offer a host of services and activities and the trained and professional staff takes care of the rest.

Each of The Cedars’ 58 suites is carefully designed for comfort and accessibility, ready for your own furniture and personal touch to make it your home. Services include lunch and dinner served in the dining room, snacks and beverages, weekly housekeeping, laundered linens and towels, scheduled activities and outings, 24-hour emergency response, staff available to assist tenants with activities of daily living, foot care nurse, hairdressing salon, Dairy Land and tuck shop for your convenience.

Mission Association for Seniors Housing (MASH) and The Cedars coordinates the use of the community Busy Bus for several senior organizations care and retirement homes. This enables many seniors to get out and enjoy community events and amenities.

This bus will be available for transport to the Lunch and Dance Celebration at the Seniors Centre, happening June 7.

For more information, please call 604-826-2194.

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