Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Kingston
Kingston, Ontario is a vibrant city with a rich historical background located at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River. Founded in 1673 by French explorers, Kingston is Canada's oldest city and is home to some of the country's most iconic landmarks, such as Fort Henry and the Royal Military College of Canada. Other cultural attractions include the 1000 Islands, the Maritime Museum of the Great Lakes, and the International Hockey Hall of Fame.
For retirees and older adults, Kingston offers a variety of amenities and services. Senior-friendly housing options include independent living, assisted living, and retirement homes. Medical facilities include Kingston General Hospital and Providence Care Hospital, providing seniors with access to top-notch healthcare. Popular community events for seniors include the Kingston Seniors' Centre's monthly dances, the Invincible Seniors' Group, and the Seniors' Lunch Bunch.