Explore the Gardens at Qualicum Beach

Couples enjoy the ‘campus-of-care’ approach at Qualicum retirement community

In the picturesque beauty of Qualicum Beach, discover a seniors’ village offering couples the opportunity to retire together, regardless of their level of care.

The Gardens at Qualicum Beach seniors community offers what’s known as a campus-of-care, which allows residents to stay in the familiar surroundings of the community as they age or as their level of care advances. Couples are welcome and encouraged at scenic community of The Gardens at Qualicum Beach, where 13 couples currently reside.

Making the move to Retirement Living can be a difficult one for seniors as they adjust to life in the surroundings of a new home. The Gardens at Qualicum Beach offers peace-of-mind, providing seniors with a home away from home that they can continue to enjoy into their golden years along with their loved ones.

Being separated from a spouse can be a stressful experience and one that The Gardens at Qualicum Beach wants to avoid putting couples through.

Merle and her husband Mac have been living at The Gardens at Qualicum Beach seniors community for two and a half years. “We lived in the township of Qualicum for 26 years,” says Merle. “The Gardens has a great reputation and our initial thoughts were confirmed. There is nothing that we don’t like about living here.”

Merle enjoys the feeling of home at the community. “We truly enjoy living in a community where there is so much opportunity to express ourselves and maintain our independence: There are many activities throughout the week that we can enjoy as a couple and with our friends: music, exercises, outings that include nature walks. We love spending time with other couples, and our friends.”

Another couple, Yvette and Doug, are also enjoying their retirement together at the community. “We were blown away by the recreational activities. The activity co-ordinator is wonderful, her openness and generosity are beyond words,” says Yvette. “The whole community at the Gardens is looking after each other. It is a very safe and secure place to be a part of. Everyone is so welcoming, and the staff are very professional. What a beautiful community.”

For more information about The Gardens at Qualicum Beach please visit www.thegardensatqualicum.com or call them at 250-752-2818.

 

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