Optima Living operates Independent Living, Assisted Living, Supportive Living, Long-Term Care, and Memory Care communities in Alberta and British Columbia. Our communities are among the best places to live and work in Western Canada.
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We were honoured to host the Alberta Minister of Health, Adriana LaGrange, at our Optima Living community of Deer Park Village, located in Red Deer.
At our various residences across Western Canada, Optima Living provides Independent Living, Assisted Living, Supportive Living, Memory Care, and more. Choosing the right care can seem like a daunting task, and there are many unknowns to deal with. But the team at Optima Living can provide guidance.
From our useful online library to our knowledge-filled Optima Living TV episodes, we provide resources to keep seniors informed and equipped to handle challenges and learn new skills.
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Optima Living recognizes and pays respect to the diverse Indigenous Peoples, including but not limited to the Cree and Dene First Nations, Blackfoot Confederacy, Métis Nation, Peoples of Treaty 4, 6 and 7 territories, Stoney Nakoda, Nakoda Sioux, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, Kainai, Northern Piikani, Southern Piikani, Siksika, and others, whose traditional territories our communities stand on and where our staff and residents call home.
We firmly believe in pluralism and strive to make it a part of our everyday business and lifestyle. Our commitment is to continue learning, growing, and working towards reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island, while also acknowledging the ongoing impact of the residential school system on Indigenous communities in Canada.