Definition of Aging In Place

Aging in Place means having access to services and the health and social supports you need to live safely and independently in your home and community for as long as you wish or are able.

Canadian lifespan statistics for men and women

Did you know...

As of 2015, the average lifespan for Canadians aged 65 and above, is 87 for men and 89 for women according to the Office of the Chief Actuary (an independent unit within the Office of Superintendent of Financial Institutions “OSFI” that provides a range of actuarial valuation and advisory services to the Government of Canada).

Aging In Place Seniors Support Services

We work with seniors and their families to identify essential services required, locate quality service providers and facilitate communication with healthcare professionals.

Helping seniors to stay in their homes as long as possible

Call us. We can help. 

98-year-old Nellis Willis, who participated in a standup comedy competition on a cruise ship. Amongst her many gems, there was this: “I want to go out of this world the way I came in….. naked and in the arms of a rich doctor.”

Three services offered:

Elder Concierge

  • Research available services
  • Connect with quality service providers
  • Apply for grants and access benefits for seniors
  • Arrange for preparation of Estate documents
  • Make recommendations to help the family support their senior family member
  • Assist with long-distance caregiving situations
Laurie Belanger

Laurie Belanger

Laurie is your Elder Concierge with Aging In Place.

Healthcare Navigator

  • Navigate the healthcare system
  • Research available services
  • Connect with quality service providers
  • Act as a liaison between family and healthcare professionals (especially when family caregiving from a distance)
  • Make recommendations to help the family support their senior family member
  • Schedule and accompany senior to medical appointments
  • Accompany senior to consultations/procedures
Marlene Rhoades

Marlene Rhoades

Marlene is your Healthcare Navigator for seniors.
Marlene's Health Tip: Virtual Care Guide For Patients

Technology Resource

  • Identify suitable technology to enhance safety, communication, compliance with treatment/medication
Jill Chambers

Jill Chambers

Jill is your Technology Resource with Aging in Place.

Three services offered:

Elder Concierge

  • Research available services
  • Connect with quality service providers
  • Apply for grants and access benefits for seniors
  • Arrange for preparation of Estate documents
  • Make recommendations to help the family support their senior family member
  • Assist with long-distance caregiving situations
Laurie Belanger

Laurie Belanger

Laurie is your Elder Concierge with Aging In Place.

Healthcare Navigator

  • Navigate the healthcare system
  • Research available services
  • Connect with quality service providers
  • Act as a liaison between family and healthcare professionals (especially when family caregiving from a distance)
  • Make recommendations to help the family support their senior family member
  • Schedule and accompany senior to medical appointments
  • Accompany senior to consultations/procedures
Marlene Rhoades

Marlene Rhoades

Marlene is your Healthcare Navigator for seniors.

Technology Resource

  • Identify suitable technology to enhance safety, communication, compliance with treatment/medication
Jill Chambers

Jill Chambers

Jill is your Technology Resource with Aging In Place.

Access Options:

We have two methods of payment available for Aging In Place services. 

  1. Membership with Aging in Place Supports
  2. Fee for Service

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