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The Bradley offers a range of social activities, exercise and independent living to improve quality of life for residents

Seniors who live alone often feel lonely and isolated, both of which can lead to depression. The pandemic made things even worse, forcing seniors and the most vulnerable to stay home. Now more than ever, seniors living alone need stimulation, both mentally and physically. Social activities and exercise are vital to one’s longevity and quality of life, especially for seniors.

According to the National Institute on Aging, “people who engage in meaningful, productive activities with others tend to live longer, boost their mood, and have a sense of purpose. These activities seem to help maintain their well-being and can improve their cognitive function.”

At Kanata’s newest independent living community, The Bradley, seniors can access all-day activities, five-star chef-made meals from scratch, two sets of live-in managers who eat and live with the residents to provide safety and security 24 hours a day. All of these amenities and services combined provide seniors with a family/community feel. 

One of The Bradley’s key features is its focus on independent living. Residents can feel self-reliant thanks to the convenient bus service that takes residents to and from appointments, to run errands, to pick up prescriptions, scheduled day trips and much more. 

The Bradley’s concept of Gracious Living is apparent upon entering the beautifully appointed community. From the grand piano in the front foyer to the luxurious staircase and chandeliers, residents and guests feel immediately relaxed and spoiled.  It’s like a permanent vacation.

The community also houses an on-site movie theatre, business centre, salon, fitness centre, ice-cream station, 24-hour snack corner, Pool hall, darts. Residents have an abundance of options to keep them busy, active and well-nourished.

Families currently caring for a senior understand how difficult it can be trying to ensure they are meeting the needs of their loved ones. Living independently at The Bradley boosts self-esteem and self-worth. And an added bonus is residents have the opportunity to make new friends and enjoy all that life has to offer. 

For those seeking outdoor activities, The Bradley offers several paved walking paths, raised gardens and a patio with umbrellas and bbq’s for residents and their guests to enjoy. 

Suites begin at $2,995 and includes linen and housekeeping services plus all meals and utilities. 
Enjoy time with your loved one – explore the gracious living lifestyle at The Bradley. 

To arrange a personal in-person tour, contact Patsy McCarthy at 613-290-5817. Virtual tours are also available. For further details, visit The Bradley website or call or call 613-706-0076. 

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