Parkland Truro, high atop Young Street, offers a breathtaking view of Truro and the surrounding area.
The campus features three distinct service levels for retirement living as well as continuing care, all on one campus. Edinburgh Hall is a 57-suite Hospitality and Wellness residence, which is perfect for people who want an active lifestyle without the bother of daily chores like housekeeping, linen service and meal preparation. Fergus Hall is a 49-suite Assisted Living and Early Memory Care residence, which is ideal for people who prefer to have support with daily living activities.
Additionally, Parkland Truro 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.
Close to shops, historical landmarks, exquisite nature and lovely parks and gardens, Parkland Truro is in the centre of one of Nova Scotia’s most picturesque towns. Truro boasts some of Nova Scotia’s most impressive natural landmarks, including Victoria Park, endowed with hiking trails, ponds, waterfalls and natural views that will take your breath away.
If you’re more of a city dweller than a nature nut, Truro provides excellent shopping, dining and entertainment in its historic downtown. Surrounded by buildings as old as the city itself, downtown Truro offers no end to things you can do. With some of the best shopping one can find and walker-friendly streets, it wouldn’t be difficult to spend an entire day just wandering about, shopping, sitting at a local café, or browsing the Farmer’s Market.
No matter what you want in your home and community, you can find it in beautiful Truro, Nova Scotia.