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Due to COVID-19, all Club-O memberships are currently suspended. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us at 250-751-7755.

a

How Can We Help You?

A Passion for Caring

See The Studies

Commited To Expansion

Our Approach To Nourishment

Where We Serve

Make A Difference

We Take Care Of Our Team Members

Learn About Senior Living

Education & Information For Families

Blog Articles

Origin Green Living

The People Of Origin

FAQs

Press Room

Senior Living Resources

Just beginning to look at retirement and senior living options? Origin Active Lifestyle Communities can help. We’ve put together some items you need to know when starting this journey.

Types of Senior Care & Lifestyle Options

What is Independent Living?

Independent living is designed for seniors who can live on their own but want a maintenance-free and convenient lifestyle in a fun an engaging environment.

What is Assisted Living?

Every person is different and assisted living is designed to fit every community member’s needs. Assisted living encourages independence while providing care when and where it is requested.

What is Memory Care?

Memory care is a type of long-term care for people living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Memory care team members are specially trained and provide a high level of care.

What is Respite Care?

Respite care is a type of short-term care designed to assist family caregivers in caring for their loved one.

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Funded vs. Non-Funded

In Alberta, older adults may qualify for Designated Supportive Living (DSL) from Alberta Health Services (AHS). Supportive living provides accommodations for seniors in a home-like setting that encourages independence.

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