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Organization: Waterside Retirement Community  
Phone Numbers: 613-253-2010
Fax: 613-253-8481
Email: info@thewaterside.ca
Website: www.thewaterside.ca
Address:
105 McNeely Ave
Carleton Place, ON
K7C 0B6
Intersection: McNeely Ave and Townline Road E
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Contacts: Patricia Guimond - Community Relations Manager
patriciag@thewaterside.ca
Denise Tessier - Community Director
deniset@thewaterside.ca
Service Description: Retirement community * capacity of 88 * offers some assisted living services on an à la carte basis * spacious suites range in size from studio to two-bedroom, and all suites include large walk-in closets, full size fridge, microwave, and sit-in showers with grab-bars

Monthly fees include:
  • three daily meals and snacks
  • 24-hour emergency response call button system
  • basic cable
  • heat and hydro
  • parking with a complimentary valet parking service
  • in-house physician
  • laundry rooms located on each floor
  • scheduled shuttle transportation to local attractions and shopping
  • indoor heated saltwater pool
  • stretch and strength equipment and programs
  • movie theater
  • fully licensed pub
  • victory garden with raised planters for easy gardening, weekly housekeeping and more
Fees: Service - varies by suite size and service package * Method(s) of Payment Accepted - post-dated cheques, pre-authorized payment
Application: Contact the office to arrange a tour
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: No restrictions
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Lanark County ; Carleton Place
See Also: Retirement Residences

This information was last completely updated on 6/27/2014

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