Ontario’s retirement communities come in many shapes and sizes, from small homes with ten residents to larger homes with 200+.
Comfortable, safe places, where each resident is a respected member of the community, retirement communities offer a wide range of amenities and care services, including dining, social activities, spiritual, cultural, and educational events, fitness, and much more, to meet your preferences and budget.
If this sounds like a place you or a loved one can call home, start thinking about and asking questions about retirement living now. Learn more below and discover the 700+ ORCA member homes today.
How to choose the right retirement community
Community & Activities
Whether your preference is a studio, one or two-bedroom suite with a kitchenette, your personal space is designed to make you feel comfortable and safe offering any of the supports you may need.
Many retirement communities have common areas, lounges, libraries, hobby rooms, fitness areas, gardens, and more for your enjoyment and socializing. Recreation coordinators are on staff and always happy to bring residents ideas to life.
Many retirement communities offer main dining rooms, bistros, and patios where you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Menus are rotated regularly by the Chef, which means that healthy, tasty food is always offered.
Retirement communities offer a wide range of care services, from independent living to specialized dementia and memory care. You can choose how much to do for yourself and how you spend your time.