Subsidized BC Housing programs:
- Independent Living for adults over 55 and for people with disabilities
- Seniors’ Supportive Housing for adults over 55 and people with disabilities
Subsidized programs accessed through Fraser Health:
Community Centre is open to the public offering a wide range of recreational, social and learning (e.g. ElderCollege Delta) activities – all geared to those “north of 50”.
Anyone is welcome at the Community Centre but activities and events are geared for adults “north of 50”.
OR throughout BC, our provincial government provides a lot of great information: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/family-social-supports/seniors and http://www.healthlinkbc.ca/commonhealthconcerns/seniorshealth/
No, smoking inside the buildings throughout KinVillage is not permitted. There are designated smoking areas outside however.
Yes, the grounds are kept beautifully for our clients to enjoy. There are multiple gardens, patios and grassy areas throughout the community.
There is a gently-used clothing store and a café onsite in the Community Centre. Otherwise, most retail needs can be met within a short walk (drug store, groceries, gifts and more). Physicians, dental and other services such as physiotherapy and massage are also close by.
There is parking for residents and visitors at KinVillage, as well as parking for clients at the Community Centre.
No, one needs to apply through the appropriate government program and meet the criteria outlined.
Yes. Couples reside together in the same suite in the 3 apartment buildings (Assisted Living, Seniors’ Subsidized Housing and Independent Living programs). In the Long-term Residential Care Home called West Court, they are not able to share a room. Efforts are made to allow couples to reside next to or close to one-another.
While we welcome visits from pets, they are not permitted to live in the suites.
Yes. In lieu of guest suites, in Vidal Court, South Court and North Court, guests may stay for up to 2 weeks. In West Court (Long-term Residential Care), unfortunately, this is not possible.
Yes. Access is always possible for residents with keys or codes. For guests, after the doors are locked for the evening, they must buzz the resident for access.