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Age in Place at University District

We’re redefining retirement living in Calgary.

Seniors and the aging population are invaluable to a thriving community. We’re creating a symbiotic relationship within University District – where the aging population is at the forefront of our thoughts: where we support their desires for contribution, inclusivity and access, and in designing innovative ways to connect them to the community.

U/D is about everyone thriving; and about having the resources, programs and facilities available as residents’ lives evolve and transition. The community is designed to help seniors age in place; to not have to leave their community as their needs evolve over time.

And we couldn’t have better partners to bring that goal to life.

Live at Cambridge Manor

Dedicated to the preservation of dignity and the pursuit of happiness, the Brenda Strafford Foundation is bringing their people-first approach to seniors living with Cambridge Manor; a 240-unit complex set to open in 2020.

With a commitment to people first and high standards of care, the Cambridge Manor focus is to enhance the quality of day-to-day living through services such as dining, recreation and education — the therapeutic care offered to senior residents and neighbours in the community will support wellness and bring comfort and security to seniors.

Cambridge Manor aims to be an innovative, quality driven, and integrated senior’s experience — one that’s sure to contribute to the community in more ways than we can guess.

Live at Maple

Adjacent to Cambridge Manor and connected by a +30 breezeway, Maple by Truman is the newest independent living site for the social and active senior residents of Northwest Calgary.

With suites ranging from 580 to 1080 square feet, Maple by Truman offers both one and two-bedroom floor plans complete with full gourmet kitchens and private outdoor patio space. Perfect for seniors keen to live fully in the comfort of a community rich in services and experiences, residents of the Maple will have access to the amenities offered at Cambridge Manor; from therapeutic care to community and educational programming, and beyond.

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Part 2: How Communities Shape the Way We Age

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Aging Well: The Benefits of a Connected Community

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Keep updated with our latest videos

On February 8, we co-hosted a panel discussion at the Kerby Centre 55+ called The Importance of Home, Community and Care as We Age. The panel discussion was led by West Campus Development Trust, University of Calgary, Alberta Health Services,

From the importance of wearing sunblock to remain wrinkle-free or practicing yoga to maintain flexibility, many of us are aware of the usual suggestions for what constitutes aging with grace.

Check out our channel for the latest updates, inside-looks, and conversations on University District.

Part 2: How Communities Shape the Way We Age

On February 8, we co-hosted a panel discussion at the Kerby Centre 55+ called The Importance of Home, Community and Care as We Age. The panel discussion was led by West Campus Development Trust, University of Calgary, Alberta Health Services,

Aging Well: The Benefits of a Connected Community

From the importance of wearing sunblock to remain wrinkle-free or practicing yoga to maintain flexibility, many of us are aware of the usual suggestions for what constitutes aging with grace.

Keep updated with our latest videos

Check out our channel for the latest updates, inside-looks, and conversations on University District.

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