Parkland on the Glen
Now offering up to $8,000 in moving incentives if you move in before January 31, 2019
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Welcome to the highest standard of retirement living. Parkland on the Glen is nestled in the heart of Mississauga’s Sawmill Valley. Discover a location unlike any other – situated on the grounds of the historic Glenerin Inn, Parkland on the Glen is surrounded by four acres of mature forest and rambling ravine. Whatever you want to experience during your retirement years, you are guaranteed to find it at Parkland on the Glen.
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Completely self-sufficient suites with the convenience of all the Parkland on the Glen amenities and activities. Lifestyle suites offer one bedroom, two bedroom and two bedroom plus den suites, with full kitchens, hardwood flooring, granite counter tops and all utilities, including heat, hot water and electricity. Continue living a completely independent lifestyle, with a minimum package of 10 meals per month in our dining room. Additionally, your package can be customized to take advantage of options including: additional meal service in the dining room, laundry and housekeeping services and health services.
Independent apartments with your household chores looked after to allow more time to do what you enjoy. Two nutritious meals per day, weekly linen, housekeeping services and access to Parkland’s shuttle service makes life easy! On-site Wellness Coaches help you stay on track with all your wellness goals. The safety and security of 24-hour emergency services ensure peace of mind.
Assisted Living services support residents who prefer some help with the activities of daily living. Assisted Living offers studio, one bedroom, and one bedroom plus den suites with three meals per day, housekeeping, laundry services, medication management and a recreation program to suit individual needs.
Friday, January 25th, 7:30 p.m.
Join us for an evening with The Birling as they perform Scottish songs. Enjoy some tea and shortbread or perhaps a dram of Scottish spirits.
Monday, January 28th, 7:30 p.m.
Lianne Harris (History & Culture Resource Specialist–T.D.S.B. & Upper Canada College) From Picts to plaids, claymores to cabor toss, MacBeth to marmalade! Come explore the grrreat and grrrand country and culture of ancient Alba, the land we now called Scotland–and the tenacious, clever, and far-reaching influence of its people, the Scots.