Abbeyfield House ~ A living choice for seniors in High River, Alberta.
Accommodations Please Contact: Brenda Carlson at 403-601-4707
What is Abbeyfield? Abbeyfield is a registered charity which builds non-profit housing for seniors. An Abbeyfield House provides a much needed housing choice for seniors who no longer wish to live in their own home and yet do not need the services of a home for the aged or a nursing home. Abbeyfield: a viable option for those who want independence without the stress of home ownership.
Our teams of volunteers and professional staff offer practical support and companionship to residents within the comfort of their own community. Residents enjoy an assisted independent lifestyle free from the hassles of running a household & the concerns of dealing with loneliness.
- The Abbeyfield House in High River offers a warm, family-style home and a balance between privacy and companionship, security and independence, combined with the special caring element provided by dedicated volunteers and the consistency of a House Manager and Alternate Manager.
- Age and loneliness are the prime considerations for residency, together with a level of desire to share in a family-style atmosphere.
- Each House creates a sense of belonging that is truly preventative medicine. With a history of five decades, Abbeyfield International experience indicates that most Abbeyfield residents gain a new lease on life. They stay more fit and are more likely to live out their natural life cycles without becoming debilitated.
OUR AIM: To provide accommodation and companionship for the lonely older people within the areas of High River,
Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley, Blackie, Vulcan, Cayley, Nanton, Dewinton & Heritage Pointe to name just a few..
WE OFFER: An affordable, supportive living House in which ten Residents have separate accommodation and shared eating and social occasions.
WE ARE NON-PROFIT: House ownership and care support is undertaken by Abbeyfield Society of High River and
WE ARE TIME-PROVEN: Founded over fifty years ago, there are now over 1,100 Abbeyfield Houses around the world
with 9,000 Residents and 13,000 volunteers, providing an enhanced, extended and healthy lease on life for our seniors.
ABBEYFIELD HOUSE HIGH RIVER IS NOT A HEALTH CARE FACILITY