Retire with us at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown, a warm and welcoming residence is a beautiful place to call home.

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At Charlottetown, we specialize in:

Community Care

Our capital city facility offers a safe and welcoming environment in which to live. With the support of our compassionate caregivers, you no longer have to worry about moving through your routine safely and efficiently. The beauty of community care is that we offer support when you need it, and independence when you don’t. Our perfection of this balancing act ensures you are well cared for, but also provides flexibility for you to spend free time independently.

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Testimonials

“From the first day, the warmth and respect that residents receive from staff and guests. The facility is well maintained, each resident has their own private space which they can call their home.”

– Paul Dorsey

“It was a struggle to look after my house on my own as my health wasn’t the best. Now, I don’t have to worry about bills or getting household responsibilities done. I can get services like hair and foot care without leaving. It’s pleasant and peaceful…It’s nice to know things are looked after here so I don’t have to worry”

– Lorraine LeLacheur

“I chose Andrews to be looked after so I wouldn’t be a burden to my family. I found this to be the nicest place – the meals, the cleanliness and the care.  It’s very friendly and has homey environment. We have great meals and you will be taken very good care of. It’s a wonderful place to live”

– Maud MacNeill

“You will feel peace of mind knowing that your parent will have care and companionship at Andrews when you are unable to be with them.”

– Holly Wilson

Free eBook: 21 Warning Signs That Your Parent Needs Help

How do you know when it’s time to discuss long-term, supervised care with a loved one? With this eBook you will discover 21 common warning signs that indicate it may be time to consider a plan for additional care options. Be informed so that you can make the best decision together with your aging parent.

Free eBook: 21 Warning Signs That Your Parent Needs Help

How do you know when it’s time to discuss long-term, supervised care with a loved one? With this eBook you will discover 21 common warning signs that indicate it may be time to consider a plan for additional care options. Be informed so that you can make the best decision together with your aging parent.