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Looking for more information about retirement homes or about retirement communities? Chinook Village’s blog offers families in the Medicine Hat area a place where they can seek out more insightful information about seniors, care homes and their lifestyle, in just a few clicks away. We care about you and your family and want to help in any capacity. Have a read and enjoy!

  • 04/02/2020
    Why is Retirement Living Better Than Receiving Care at Home?

    Many people don’t evaluate how to spend their retirement years and what they expect from their life after retirement. Some retirees are self-reliant and want to live independently with confidence. Continuing to live in their own home is the right choice for some people whereas for others, staying in the same house can get very boring. Finding a good retirement residence is necessary. It is an ideal environment for seniors to prosper and pursue their passion. Chinook Village has been providing safe and caring residential homes since 1992. Being one of the largest communities in southern Alberta, Chinook Village has three hundred and forty-two suites.

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  • 04/02/2020
    Five Benefits of Respite Care for the Elderly

    Respite care programs are short term breaks designed for caregivers of a child or an adult. Caregivers usually tend to hesitate from taking such breaks. But, they prove to be beneficial for both the caregiver and the person receiving the care. You can enroll dependent adults for 24-hours care from healthcare professionals and licensed nurses at Chinook Village. Care services are available for anyone 50 years of age and above, who can move and eat without any help, is not at risk of wandering and doesn’t smoke.

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  • Assisted living in Medicine Hat Alberta
    06/03/2019
    What You Should Expect from a Trusted Assisted Living Community

    Seniors face many challenges. The body moves slower, it aches, the mind is not as sharp as it used to be, and the senses become dull. Feelings of isolation and loss of community make growing old lonely. It is easy for the aged to retreat into their homes and stop socially interacting with others because of hearing loss or a significant life transition like the death of a spouse. They may become fearful and develop depression or anxiety. However, many dread leaving the familiar, comfortable part of their lives to move into a retirement home.


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  • Seniors at Chinook Village in Medicine Hat Enjoying Socializing
    10/12/2018
    Social Isolation in Seniors Leads to Health Issues

    Keep Active with Supported Living in Medicine Hat, Alberta

    Life does not end just because you retire from your career, even if your body tells you otherwise. Arthritis, incontinence, or other physical ailments make daily tasks much harder to cope with. There is one aspect of growing old that may be worse than any physical pain experienced, and that is giving up your social life.

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  • Senior Touring Retirement Home in Medicine Hat Alberta
    29/10/2018
    Benefits of Touring Senior Living Residences

    Benefits of Touring Senior Living Residences Tips to Help Find Your New Home in Medicine Hat

    If you're thinking of downsizing and moving to better enjoy your gold years, trust our recommendations and experience. Touring a residency before the big decision should always be a top priority. The benefits are undeniable! Read our guide to better understand how you can benefit from a tour of a retirement home in Medicine Hat.



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  • Senior Preparing to Move in Medicine Hat
    19/10/2018
    Moving to a Retirement Home? Now is the Perfect Time to Downsize!

    Suggestions from Medicine Hat’s Trusted Senior Independent Living Community

    Moving is never easy. In your younger years, you probably owned less than you do now. Over time, we tend to accumulate more and more items like furniture, pictures, antiques, and dishes. Additionally, we may still have boxes of our children’s memorabilia stuffed in an attic or closet. The memories associated with all those belongings make for great stories to tell your grandchildren.


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