Do you have a relative or friend who needs support because they can no longer can live alone with memory loss?
Come and find out about a co-housing project in the heart of Richmond Hill.
Memory Lane Home Living provides a safe home environment as an alternative for those women who can no longer be alone in their own home and are sufficiently independent to participate in the management of everyday life. These “like-minded women” will thrive in an active, caring Christian home environment which promotes relationships, connections and purposeful living. Their team of caring, qualified individuals see this model of care as a way of honoring these women on their journey.
While helping to maintain a home, each woman will have the opportunity to participate in a regular walking routine in the beautiful surrounding parks, senior exercise classes, trips to the library, shopping, church worship, choir, luncheons, as well as art and music activities. The intention is to reduce stress while providing physical and cognitive exercise and purposeful social activities. This is a community effort where in-home support, a care team, families and volunteers from the surrounding churches are encouraged to actively participate in these events.
Please Call (905) 237-1419 to RSVP.
Location: Yonge and Major Mackenzie. Exact address given with RSVP