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Welcome to Connecting Care

About Us

Connecting Care is a convergence of complimentary service groups into one cohesive company...


Review more information about our clientele as well as the full list of services we provide...


Connecting Care has a variety of residences all over Alberta; browse the full list of our contact info...

Connecting Care is an Alberta based operator, consultant and developer of Seniors Supportive Living, managing many projects throughout Alberta.

Connecting Care is one of Alberta's largest operators of Supportive Living. We have communities in Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, Lloydminster, Vegreville, Two Hills, Willingdon, Myrnam, Fort Saskatchewan, Wainwright, Cold Lake, Stettler, Peace River, Daysland, Vilna, Smoky Lake, Slave Lake, Red Deer, Wetaskiwin, Lac La Biche and Cochrane.

Services we can provide include Operations Management; health management (DSL, DSL Dementia Care, LTC & Home Care); life lease; seniors condominium management; consulting; development and training.

Over 80% of our Health Care Aides are Certified and we are Eden Alternative trained.

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Updated July 24, 2020
People are our priority, and that includes our residents, families, communities, and Employee Care Partners.

Please note:

    • All communities continue to follow a "NO VISITOR POLICY" other than essential designated visitors.
    • Exceptions will be made for family members to visit a person who is in end-of-life care, so long as only one visitor enters the community at a time. One pet is permitted to join an approved visit.
    • Should a visitor be permitted, they must wear a mask continuously throughout their time in the community and will be instructed how to put on and take off any personal protective equipment (PPE).
    • Communities are required to have security staff or a greeter to conduct this screening and verify the visitor is designated.
    • The temperature of all designated visitors will be taken by a non-invasive infrared or similar device.  Anyone with a measured temperature of 38.0C or higher WILL NOT be admitted to the community and will be advised to leave the building in order to protect the health of the residents.
    • Outdoor visits must be pre-arranged and are permitted with four visitors. If you're interested in discussing the opportunity to have an outdoor visit, please reach out to your community.
    • Gifts may be brought into the community and need to be properly disinfected once inside the community.

Residents and families will be notified once additional phases of CMOH Order 29-2020 are ready to be rolled out.

If you have questions, please call your community for more information.

Thank you for helping us to reduce the spread and take steps to keep everyone healthy and safe!