The Hamilton Spectator

Worried for Winter?

We are ready for you

- www.pearlandpi­neretireme­

What if your happiest, most comfortabl­e life was just around the corner, in the heart of historic downtown Burlington? While moving homes might seem like a major endeavour, it can actually be one of the safest choices senior citizens can make during the winter months.

A report from Harvard Medical School encourages those living alone to run through a checklist of potential drawbacks to staying at home. These can lead to falls injuries, and other accidents that might make living alone more of a challenge.

Enjoy Luxurious Suites and Amenities

Did you check any of the Safety Checklist boxes? If so, Pearl & Pine Residence wants you to stop worrying about the daily obstacles that are keeping you from living your best life, and instead spend that time and energy on the activities that bring you joy. Luxurious suites and amenities–including a movie theatre, billiard room, and bistro–designed to accommodat­e a range of abilities, and our profession­al staff are always nearby to assist with your needs.

Strength, endurance, flexibilit­y, and balance are all skills that can be trained and improved through careful exercise. Our onsite fitness programs can be adapted to your needs, and will have you feeling your physical best.

Winter Stay Program

Currently, Pearl & Pine Retirement offers a Winter Stay Program, a low-commitment all-inclusive resort-style way to experience living in a retirement residence. Give yourself the gift of freedom this holiday season. Call Brenda today to learn more – 905-633-8300. Limited suites available.


 ?? ??

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada