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Senior Living Communities offer all the benefits of living at home, plus some other advantages that make it an even more attractive option. There is sometimes a negative perception towards allowing one’s parents to go to a retirement home, but one visit should be enough to convince anyone that this is a misperception. The Hamlets at Penticton provides top-tier care in a beautiful environment, and many of our guests prefer living here. 

Social Opportunities

Perhaps the most noticeable difference between living at home and living in a Senior Community is the many opportunities for socializing. There are regular recreational activities, outings, clubs, theme nights, and a bustling calendar of events to suit anybody’s needs. There’s also a variety of common areas available to pass time with new friends.

Easy Lifestyle

The Hamlets at Penticton strives to take care of every last detail, so that our guests can enjoy the laid-back lifestyle of a senior living community. We provide housekeeping, laundry/linen service, and delectable home-cooked meals in our full-service dining room. It’s no surprise when those who review our communities for their parents make the quip: “When can I move in, too?”

Accommodating to Different Levels of Care

If one parent has different levels of need, this can certainly be accommodated in our residential care, and, in fact, it can take a burden off the other parent. Our amazing staff are onsite to look after our guests’ needs round the clock, seven days a week. 

There’s nothing sinister about retirement homes; just the opposite in fact. Come for a visit and learn more about our community and its amenities, and soon you’ll be asking when you can move in with your parents, too!

The Hamlets at Penticton is a supportive, residential-care and assisted-living community in the beautiful Okanagan area of BC. In a compassionate environment based on the tenets of Christianity, The Hamlets of Penticton offers security and independence for seniors in their retirement years.

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