One of the Fraser Valley’s best kept secrets when it comes to senior care is Brookdale House. Brookdale residents go about their daily activities as they would in their own homes; prepare meals, watch television, share a laugh over great tea and more. They live in a home like any other, surrounded by friends and family.
Brookdale is not a care facility, it’s a home. “My passion is helping people, I have worked in nursing homes, taken in foster children and now offer homecare for those in need,” says Primary Caregiver, Gurdip Dhaliwal. “When I open my home, I open my heart."
Brookdale House not only looks like your own home, it is your home. You can make your own food if you like, or hang out by the fireplace. There’s always something cooking or baking. Visitors pop in and out and join us for meals or tea. Our doors are always open to your family so it feels no different than having a family gathering at your own home.
“Brookdale is not like a care facility,” the granddaughter of one resident told us, “it’s like a family meeting place; for me, it’s like our home too.”
Residents at Brookdale will tell you that rather than losing connections in their transition to assisted living, connections have been sustained and new friendships gained. In the relaxed and compassionate atmosphere of Brookdale House, an effortless camaraderie arises between residents. Residents look after one another; they eat together, spend time talking and sharing by the fire together, and go on outings together. Our residents often remark that they feel like a family.
The staff at Brookdale House are passionate individuals inspired by a greater mission to spread love and compassion in our world. Our staff take time to connect with each resident. Your voice will be heard, your needs respected, your hopes and dreams witnessed.
We recognize that part of care is respecting your need for support and your need for autonomy. It is our mandate to help you live with dignity. We do not believe in treating vulnerability as a sickness; we treat each person with equal
|Multi-Person Room||224 sq.ft||$3100|
|Private Room||132 sq.ft||$2500|
“I love it here... I go for walks out to the park, the birds will be singing in the trees. Gurdip she’s good to me. She makes sure that I always get my meals and my snacks. It’s a good place for me.”
“I can tell in my grandma, she’s doing really well, almost better than she was living with me for three years. It’s warm and welcoming… everyone’s so nice.. This is almost my home too.”
“Gurdip has succeeded in providing a true family environment amongst her staff and the residents.I believe this is very rare in today’s medical sector, where it is all about budgets and rushing patients home. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Brookdale House and have no plans to leave until I reach my medical and health goals.
”Brookdale has gone over and above. It’s not a care facility, it’s a family place. For me it’s like our home too...everybody’s looking after each other, there’s lots of comradery. Brookdale House has been a life-saver, for sure.”
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