If you happen to be considering a senior-living community in the Red Deer area, we have some suggestions for what to look for. You will want to find a place where you will be happy long term, such as at our Hamlets at Red Deer. Here, below, is a list of activities that we recommend.
Exercise is good for the body, mind, and soul. So, a senior-living community should have different exercise-type activities available for you to choose from. Classes and group activities are also a way to socialize with others, keep fit, and make new friends. We have both exercise classes and a walking club.
Sometimes it is fun to go on group outings. Look for a variety of organized outings and bus trips. At the Hamlets at Red Deer, we arrange regular outings to pubs, hockey nights, and football nights. COVID aside, you can even see live entertainment.
Aside from the organized classes and outings mentioned above, you should look for designated social areas both indoors and out. We have lounge and social areas and plenty of green space just for taking a walk.
Location is always a consideration when choosing a place to live. Red Deer, a lovely community that lies alongside the Red Deer River, is a great location just about equal distances from both Calgary and Edmonton. Having a quiet location but which has easy to access to your desired outside activities is another benefit.
We are located in a quiet area that has easy access to shopping, restaurants, and the highway. If you are looking for a senior-living community in Red Deer, Alberta, we hope that you will consider the Hamlets at Red Deer and visit us to see for yourself everything that we have to offer.
For great recreational opportunities in our community, check out our activities calendar.
The Hamlets at Red Deer, located in Red Deer, Alberta, is at the forefront in the provision of services for those suffering from dementia in an assisted-living environment. The Hamlets at Red Deer has values based on tenets of Christianity and is committed to helping residents attain the highest physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.
If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk to us about our Red Deer community, please call us at (403) 986-1250.