Parksville’s Stanford Seniors Village offers a Campus-of-Care, which provides three levels of support, all under the one roof.

Stanford Seniors Village: a home for everyone

From independent to assisted living, a Campus-of-Care philosophy offers wide-ranging options

As we get older, the complexity of our needs can change and we may require additional support.

There comes a time when living independently or assisted living may no longer be the best option and the need for 24-hour care is required.

24-hour care, also known as complex care, is defined by the Ministry of Health as support for people who are moderately or severely cognitively impaired, physically dependent, having multiple disabilities and/or complex medical conditions requiring professional nursing care and monitoring by additional health care professionals.

At Stanford Seniors Village, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered care aids and recreational therapists are on-hand to support those needing complex care.

Stanford Seniors Village offers a Campus-of-Care, which provides three levels of support, including Independent Living, Assisted Living and Complex Care, all under the one roof in the Parksville community. The Campus-of-Care recognizes that although seniors may end up needing a different level of care, they still want familiar surroundings that offer them a sense of security. The community is set up to ensure that if a senior living independently may eventually need complex care, they can transition easily into a higher level of care with custom-tailored settings familiar to them.

Life in complex care doesn’t have to be lonely. Residents at Stanford Seniors Village enjoy a very social life with their days filled with entertainment and activities. There are activities for everyone, regardless of the level of care, and plenty of great in-house offerings as well.

An afternoon at Stanford Seniors Village can be enjoyed at their movie theatre or going for a haircut in the on-site hair salon. The beautiful scenic gardens and courtyards surrounding the property are perfect for enjoying an evening stroll.

The focus at Stanford Seniors Village is on the well-being and comfort of seniors. Highly skilled staff work alongside medical staff and family members to determine a plan of care that meets each individual’s needs.

To find out more about Stanford Seniors Village and the range-of-care options they provide, contact 604-256-3231 or visit retirementconcepts.com/locations/stanford-seniors-village

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