Set against the backdrop of lovely Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Parkland at the Lakes – Phase 2 offers Kinross Hall, a Hospitality and Wellness residence with 97 apartments in studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts. These beautifully designed suites include all utilities, including heat, hot water, electricity, local phone, cable and Wi-Fi High Speed Internet. You will enjoy two meals per day in our five-star dining room prepared by our chef, weekly linen service, weekly housekeeping and scheduled transportation service.
Parkland at the Lakes clients also have access to our exclusive Harmony Wellness Experience, a healthy aging program focused on wellness. With the help of our professional Wellness Coaches and an innovative iPad or website application, you can develop a plan to set and achieve your wellness goals by engaging in programs and activities on our campus and in the surrounding community.
Lewis Hall is now open with 18 Assisted Living suites, 18 Memory Care suites and 36 Enriched Care suites, which showcase the best of retirement living design in studio and one-bedroom layouts.
Additionally, Parkland at the Lakes – Phase 2 offers Care at Home services for those who require a little extra help with daily activities. Care at Home provides one-on-one assistance in the comfort of the client’s home, which allows clients to maintain independence while receiving the support they need. Care at Home care providers can assist clients with personal care as well as accompaniment to appointments and stay with you during a post-hospital recovery.
Care at Home also offers a Transitional Package to help you settle into your new home.
Tucked into the heart of The City of Lakes, Parkland at the Lakes – Phase 2 is located nearby to all of the conveniences Dartmouth has to offer, including shopping, restaurants, groceries and entertainment.
Dartmouth is a city of hidden treasures; there are beautiful walking trails, lakes and parks, creating a lovely backdrop to a growing city. On any given day you can relax on the Parkland campus, take a short trip to Sullivan’s Pond to feed the ducks, slip over to Dartmouth Crossing or Mic Mac Mall for some shopping, or head down to the waterfront for a short ferry ride into Halifax.