Parkland Riverview FAQ

A: Yes, at Parkland Riverview, couples can stay together. Depending on the situation, you may choose to live in Hospitality and Wellness and request the necessary additional services as you or your spouse require them, allowing you to age comfortably in place.
A:Financial assistance may be available through the Government of New Brunswick’s Department of Social Development for nursing care and some personal care. The Lifestyle Consultant can assist you through this process.
A:No, some younger adults choose to live here for the amenities, services and lifestyle.
A:Studies indicate that community is the key to longevity and mental acuity for healthy aging and for peace of mind, as you will have ready access to care if your situation changes. Additionally, Parkland Riverview offers a great deal of services and amenities to enhance an active lifestyle. You are invited to take part in any number of recreation activities that promote health and wellness, and encouraged to maintain an active lifestyle. We want you to feel your best and being engaged and active is an important part of making that happen.
A:The type of suite and services you require will determine whether or not there is a wait list. Please contact our Lifestyle Consultant for more detailed information.
A:Parkland Riverview encourages independence and freedom of choice. The Parkland lifestyle ensures you can relax in the social spa setting, make new friends and share interests. You are also invited to join us for special events held on campus or try out a few of our regular activities. For more information about opportunity to come to campus, meet people and see what is available to clients contact our Lifestyle Consultant.
A:This is your home and you are welcome to have guests any time of day. However, we ask that you ensure your visitors are respectful and not disruptive to other clients.
A:This is your home and you bring all your own furniture and make it as comfortable as you’d like.

A:Pets are more than welcome to come and visit. However, we do not allow pets to live on campus.