Retirement Living

OVER 50 HOUSING - my specialty
Trying to get up to speed on all the new over 50 housing options? I can offer insight on creative new options, such as intentional communities and co-housing environments, as well as more traditional housing choices:

Independent Living: Condos, townhouses and single family homes that are smaller and more maintenance free than large family properties are frequently people's first choice, especially if they're healthy and active.

Active Adult Communities: Active adult communities aim to service the interests of active adults over the age of 55. Housing types often include condos, townhouses and single-family properties, and all are designed with an eye toward delivering a maintenance-free lifestyle for residents. Such communities offer a vast array of on-site activities, including exercise, social clubs, art instruction and lecture series.

If you're looking for hands-on care or anticipate needing such care in the future, as a Seniors Real Estate Specialist I can make referrals and discuss options, including:

Assisted Living Communities: Residents live in their own apartments, but have the benefit of an on-site staff, meal service in communal dining spaces, and planned activities and outings. Some assisted living communities also offer access to nurses and daily living assistance. Others may offer more extensive medical and personal services.

It will be my pleasure to answer any questions you may have, please contact me anytime.

 

Excellent book about aging: 

Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End is a non-fiction book by American surgeon Atul Gawande. The book addresses end-of-life carehospice care, and also contains Gawande's reflections and personal stories. Throughout the book, Gawande follows a hospice nurse on her rounds, a geriatrician in his clinic, and reformers overturning nursing homes.

 

 

 

 

VIVRE VIEUX, VIVRE HEUREUX

Guide pratique et inspirant pour rester chez soi

Pourquoi le Québec est-il une anomalie dans le monde, alors que près d'un de nos aînés sur cinq, après 75 ans, choisit d'aller vivre en résidence? Comment se fait-il que, par la suite, plusieurs d'entre eux doivent changer de lieu de vie chaque fois que leur condition nécessite des soins plus complexes?

-- Pierre Delagrave

Vieillir est inévitable, mais n'a pas à revêtir des airs de fatalité. Au contraire. Grâce à une multitude de conseils pratiques et d'exemples inspirants, ce guide propose des pistes de réflexion et des solutions pour vieillir mieux et heureux, tout en restant chez soi.

Rêve d'Aîné est une initiative de l'Observatoire santé du Cossette Lab. Sans but lucratif, l'Observatoire réalise des recherches et organise des événements liés à la santé globale, en plus de publier chaque semaine une revue de presse ainsi que des articles exclusifs et indépendants touchant à toutes les facettes du mieux-être sur le site notresante.ca.

 
 
Louise Quinn

Louise Quinn

Residential Real Estate Broker
CENTURY 21 Immo-Plus
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