Williams Lake Seniors Assisted Living Village
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Campus of Care, located in Williams Lake, includes Independent Assisted Living and Residential Care. Williams Lake Seniors Village is able to offer seniors the ability to ‘age in place’. This model is also ideal for couples, enabling them to stay together in the same facility, as their care needs change over the years.
Williams Lake Seniors Assisted Living Village:
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Operator:
Retirement Concepts Seniors Services Ltd.
Website: http://www.retirementconcepts.com/homes/williams-lak​e
Location & Contact:
Access:
Access to subsidized assisted living residences is through a Home Health assessment. For more information on subsidized units, contact the Home Health office nearest you. Please do not contact the Operator directly regarding subsidized units. Information on private pay units is available through the Office of the Assisted Living Registrar.
Building Amenities: A warm, elegant central dining room with two meals included every day
Bistro gathering area, where residents and guests can enjoy a beverage and snack with family or friends
Lounges and outdoor areas offer gathering places or a quiet retreat
Library and internet lounge
Country kitchen to bake a batch of cookies, or fry an egg
Bus trips and outings allow residents to access their favourite shops as well as travel to unique locations and attractions
The General Store is open for business, supplying fresh milk, bread, cereal and a variety of other items  
Language, Culture & Religion: Primarily English. Some Chilcotin. No particular religious affiliation; however, various religions are facilitated.
Accreditation Status:

​This site is accredited by Accreditation Canada and has the BCSLA seal of approval

Philosophy of Care: Retirement Concepts considers each resident unique and strives to enhance their sense of dignity, usefulness and self-respect while promoting health and wellness. In order to do so, resident care is delivered through seven primary values: Choice, Health and Well-being, Dignity, Confidentiality, Fairness, Accountability, Environments that provide safe, competent ethical care.
Type of Accommodation: 113 units, of which 21 are publicly subsidized units.
Independent/Assisted Living suites are studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom suites
All suites are well appointed and pleasingly decorated
Furnishings include: kitchenette with bar fridge, fixtures and curtains
Bathrooms are large and are configured for easy access with higher toilets, walk in showers and plenty of grab bars
One-step emergency call bells in every suite: living area and bathroom
Cost:
The monthly charge for publicly subsidized Assisted Living is based on income. Residents pay 70% of their monthly after-tax income, up to a maximum amount. Persons receiving disability benefits from the Ministry of Housing and Social Development pay a fixed rate. This charge is paid monthly to the Assisted Living Operator along with a small monthly BC Hydro surcharge.
Special Recreation: We provide the entertainment and activities; you decide what you wish to do. You are welcome to participate in as much as you want, or to take quiet time for yourself. It is your decision.
Musical entertainment
Movies
Fitness Classes and Tai Chi
Billiards and pool
Gardening
Volunteer opportunities
Bus Trips
Computer Education
Wii
Board and Card Games
Discussion Groups and Trivia
Bingo
Celebrations
Church Services
Crafts
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible.
Motorized Scooter Policy: Must be approved by General Manager. Availability limited.
Pet Policy: No cats, dogs, birds, or other pets shall be kept or sheltered in the suite without the prior written permission of the General Manager.
Other than when traveling from the tenant’s suite to outside, the pet will remain in the suite. At no time will the pet be allowed into the corridors or common areas unaccompanied and unrestrained by the tenant.
The tenant must comply with all legislated requirements, municipal and / or provincial, in regards to pet ownership, registration, and pet vaccinations. Documentation is to be provided to the General Manager annually or as legislated.
This agreement is specific to the pet being admitted with the tenant and is not transferable to another pet.
Tenants shall not feed wild birds or animals at or near the residence.

Visiting Pets

Visiting pets must be kept on a leash and under the owner’s supervision and control at all times.
The owner of a visiting pet assumes responsibility for all liability, damages and cleaning required as a result of the pet’s behavior.
All pets are to be kept out of the dining room and bistro area (any areas where food is served)
Smoking Policy:
Smoking is not allowed within the facility or on the facility premises.
Safety & Security: Some units are secured. Monitored by camera. Key pads on doors. Secure courtyard.
Neighbourhood Community Amenities: On the City Bus route, close to a park.
Facility Restrictions: Tenants must meet requirements for Assisted Living as established by the Assisted Living Registrar.
Other Amenities:
See Williams Lake information. ​
 
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