Amenities & Services

Our goal is—and has always been—to provide comfort and convenience to our residents. That’s why we have worked hard to provide a suite of services and amenities tailored to seniors’ needs. They include:
  • Ample parking area
  • Beautifully appointed rooms with updated private bathrooms
  • Centrally located dining hall
  • Comfortable common areas
  • Fitness facility
  • Guest suite
  • Laundry facilities
  • Outdoor gazebo and sun deck
  • Six lounges
  • Barber/beauty salon
  • Church services on request
  • Delicious home-cooked meals and snacks
  • Housekeeping
  • Medical care from our visiting physician and staff registered nurse
  • On-site services including footcare, physiotherapy, and more

Programs & Activities

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Assisted Walks/Trails
  • Bingo
  • Brain Fitness
  • Entertainment
  • Exercise Program

What They Say

“The staff went above the call of duty to make sure our dear uncle was comfortable. He always felt that he was a part of the Chateau family.”
Pam, family member
“Your continuous high standards of practice have enabled you to put in place strategies to keep our loved ones safe. I am so grateful. Warmest regards “
“They brought my father back to better health-better than he had been for past three years. Equally as important, they took away his loneliness. Each staff member was hand-picked by Diane, the administrator. She looked past their resumes (they were all qualified). Their characters had to be warm, caring and sincere. Dr. Govan, there are not enough kind words to describe this wonderful doctor. He is a blessing. (to be continued)”
Carol Larente
“HIDDEN TREASURE IN ALEXANDRIA -Tucked away at 105 St. Paul Street is a home of treasures On January 2010, my aging father JOHN WRIGHT was discharged from hospital and advised not to return home to live alone. Being the surviving relative, I had to find him the best safest place to live. I chose Chateau Glengarry and prayed I made the right decision. My father was greeted with open arms. Having worked in various nursing homes, I felt this welcoming might be temporary. Much to my surprise, it be kept getting better and better for the next one and a half years. (to be continued)”
Carol Larente

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