Our Discovery Centre is ready to welcome walk-in visits and we can’t wait to see you soon. We continue to follow all other health requirements as outlined in Stage 2 of the Government of Alberta’s reopening plans.

Seniors Living

It’s our aim that our community members can age in place, and our builders and community partners are creating a diverse array of residences designed to make that vision a reality. An independent living complex adjacent to Cambridge Manor—the seniors assisted living and wellness facility—encourages residents in their independence, allows them to stay connected to the community they grow to know and love, and offers ease in access to the care facility to connect with friends and family members.

Live at Cambridge Manor

Live at Cambridge Manor

University District welcomes The Brenda Strafford Foundation who is building and operating Cambridge Manor.

With a commitment to people first and high standards of care, Cambridge Manor’s 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. A plus 30 with Maple links the two buildings allowing residents to connect and share the amenities provided on both sites.

Sales Representative

Harold Shand

harold.shand@theBSF.ca

403.536.8675

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Live at Maple

Live at Maple

Maple offers independent living for the 55+ social and active senior residents of Calgary. The one and two bedroom floor plan options are complete with full gourmet kitchens, and private outdoor patio space. The pristine accommodations add another level of diverse housing opportunities at University District, and will offer a full suite of amenities in partnership with the Brenda Strafford Foundation’s Cambridge Manor. A plus 30 links the two buildings allowing residents of both buildings to connect and share the amenities provided on both sites. Units ranging from 542 sq feet to 1080 sq ft.

Sales Representative

Ken McArthur

ken.mcarthur@trumanhomes.com

403.921.1747

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Aging Well: The Benefits of a Connected Community

An ‘age-in-place’ philosophy is embraced, which means a resident does not have to move again if their care needs change over time. The concept is vital to the people-first approach to seniors’ wellness, practiced by The Brenda Strafford Foundation, which takes care of operations at Cambridge Manor and is an industry leader in Alberta.

Who says kids get to have all the fun? Playing outdoors can and should be for all ages, so it’s no surprise to see communities across the city creating new outdoor play spaces, or redesigning existing ones to include features to attract and delight fun-seekers of all ages.

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.

A Look Inside Cambridge Manor

An ‘age-in-place’ philosophy is embraced, which means a resident does not have to move again if their care needs change over time. The concept is vital to the people-first approach to seniors’ wellness, practiced by The Brenda Strafford Foundation, which takes care of operations at Cambridge Manor and is an industry leader in Alberta.

Time to Play: A Guide to NW Playgrounds for All Ages

Who says kids get to have all the fun? Playing outdoors can and should be for all ages, so it’s no surprise to see communities across the city creating new outdoor play spaces, or redesigning existing ones to include features to attract and delight fun-seekers of all ages.

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.