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Complete Retirement Home Feature Search

Not everyone's individual retirement living needs are the same. One of the goals of this site is to help you find the retirement home that is the "right fit" for you or your loved one. Listed below are the tools to assist you in this search.

Select any (up to 5) options from the extensive Feature List by highlighting an item and then clicking the right-arrow Add button. To remove any item from your search list: highlight it and click the left-arrow Remove button. Once you've finished your selections click the Search button to begin your search.

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There are some preferences below that you may want, specifically not want, or not care either way (if this is the case, use the default "Don't care" selections to broaden your search).

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Retirement Living Articles

The Cost of Retirement Living by Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
For someone on basic pensions choice is limited to seniors buildings that are rent geared to income or long term care - this is unfortunate because there are a whole group of people that fall between the cracks here.

Retirement Home Reviews by Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
I have often wondered how useful user reviews are. In years gone by people would call the Better Business Bureau to find out if there were any complaints about a business or to file complaints. Now we have the internet which allows virtually anyone to type in a review for the world to see.

Key Factors When Selecting a Retirement Residence by Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
What are the most important things to look for when searching for a retirement home?

How to Make the Transition to Retirement Living Easier by Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
The reality is that moving to a retirement home ranks among one of the more difficult things anyone has to raise and discuss with someone they care about.

Which Retirement Home would you choose for your parent? by Esther Goldstein, B.Sc., B.S.W., RSW
Retirement Residences differ greatly across so many dimensions including environment, amenities, services & care and; every person's needs and desires are unique. What one person might think is the perfect home, another might not. It is imperative that the family/caregiver (and if physically possible, the person themselves) assess their needs, shop around and compare what is available.


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  • Emotional Aspects of Relocation
  • How to Make the Transition Easier
  • What if a Retirement Community is not the Right Option?
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