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Carlingwood Retirement Community

Welcome to Bridlewood Retirement

You are looking for a new place where you can feel carefree and young at heart. Where your meals are served by friendly staff in a luxurious dining room. Where you can enjoy a game of bridge, an outing on the bus or a visit to the games room to enjoy the grand piano. Where your old friends can meet your new friends. You are probably looking for a place exactly like Bridlewood Trails... a place where you'll find the kind of active, carefree lifestyle you deserve. With all the comfort and services that allow you to focus on what's important - simply enjoying life!

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Everything within your reach

Bridlewood Trails is nestled within the ever-growing Bridlewood community. It hosts great shopping with many parks and green space nearby.

Local amenities include...

July 11, 2016

The Malhotra Foundation; Strengthening our Communities
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More often than not, the idea of charity and strenghtening of community gets lost in day to day business. This could not be further from the case with Clarid...

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June 17, 2016

RIVERSTONE IS HELPING FUTURE GENERATIONS!
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 For the next couple of months, Riverstone will be participating in a Carleton University study, Origins of Youth: Biopsychological Effects of Social Participat...

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November 3, 2015

Rethink Dementia Conference
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Riverstone Retirement is all set up today at the Rethink Dementia Conference. Dementia is not a single disease in itself, but a general term to describe symptom...

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Testimonials

“Perhaps in your profession you become familiar with the sad progression of dementia and the ultimate necessary outcomes for a married couple. And perhaps you have ‘seen it all.’ But you and your group’s compassion, tenderness, humour, professionalism and love made this traumatic first-time for my parents and our family so much more bearable.”
—Peter