Support For The Elderly

The barriers and difficulties Elderly face are unique; accessibility, appropriate supports and a sense of community become all the more vital as we age. As seniors retire, housing affordability becomes crucial to being able to stay housed and maintain their health and wellbeing.

Elders provide a pivotal sense of stability

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Friendship Centre Elders dinner

To’o, our 23-apartment complex in Mission, was planned specially with Elders in mind. The BC Housing-subsidized units were designed and constructed to be accessible and supportive of a multi-generational community of Elders and single mothers and their children. The community complements one another with the Elders providing a pivotal sense of stability to the families headed by single mothers.

Every Tuesday from 1:30-3:30pm a health clinic is run out of To’o so that residents can easily access health supports to meet their mental, physical, spiritual and emotional needs. Support also includes referral to Elders for guidance with healing.

Stat amenity Room- Bread Program vikkiFor tenants who have difficulty with mobility and/or transport, we do our best to assist in helping them to attend appointments as well as access local food banks and social services. With the support of our gracious community business partners such as Cobs Bread, we have also been able to provide a weekly free bread program for residents.

Our 20-unit fee-simple Miranda apartments in Chilliwack focus predominantly on meeting the needs of our active Elders, singles, students and childless-couples. The 3-story complex consist of bachelor and 1-bedroom apartments. The location is easily accessible to local senior’s resource services, pharmacies, medical offices, groceries, a public library, and Chilliwack General Hospital.

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