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This is the life

The days at Carlingwood Retirement Community are yours to shape. Begin with a delightful breakfast in the dining room, and then choose which direction you want to take. Maybe the mood is right for a morning of light activity—aquafitness, Tai Chi or a workout in the exercise room. After lunch, join friends for a stroll through the neighbourhood, or come aboard our van for a trip to one of Ottawa’s many museums or shopping centres.

Perhaps you prefer a quiet morning of reading in your suite or in one of the cozy common areas. Spend a relaxing few hours on your own before following up lunch with an afternoon art class, a friendly game of bridge or a matinee in our home theatre. Then settle in for a delicious home-style dinner prepared by Carlingwood’s talented in-house chef.

Soup that was made during a Featured Cooking Class

Did you know

We have a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes and chef demonstrations.

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What our Residents are Saying

“Thank you so much for all that you do for my dad. You take such wonderful care of him; we so greatly appreciate all your kindness and support.”

– Deb & Family

“We have thoroughly enjoyed our two years here and have been completely happy with the services provided by your dedicated staff. We could not have asked for better. We look forward to receiving a continuation of the high standard of services maintained by the Riverstone family of retirement residences.”

– Elaine & Hugh

“Their caring and devotion to the residents is always evident and it provide us, the families, with much reassurance especially in difficult times. Thank you to everyone.”

– Sharon

“Over the months, she truly viewed it as home. She also made new friends, which helped her mindset tremendously as she was isolated in her old apartment and had no real social interaction outside family and doctors. She has been lucky to be relatively healthy and independent, but we always knew Carlingwood had solutions should she need additional assistance. It was also evident that the staff acted like a family (everyone knew everyone else and all just wanted to help) which significantly contributed to a positive environment. I know that culture is hard to cultivate and impossible to fake.”

– Chris