“Serenity promotes wellness and improves the quality of life for seniors”
“Our community provides a relaxed friendly atmosphere of warmth and care that embraces the independent spirit…”
We have 27 rooms all on our main floor with comfortable features – patio doors, wheel chair accessible washrooms and large closet space – all tastefully decorated. We encourage you to bring your own personal treasures and furniture to decorate and arrange your room to your taste.
Our staff is what makes Serenity the warm and loving home that it is. Our manager Kari has been with us for a significant amount of time and is very well known for her kind and gentle personality. Our entire staff goes above and beyond to meet the needs of everyone.
To offer a home like atmosphere with personal touches in a relaxed friendly atmosphere of warmth and care that embraces the independent spirit.
To provide companionship and socializing in a family like setting for seniors who can care for themselves but who may live alone and are struggling with isolation, lack of stimulation and have a degree of concern for their well-being. We offer a vibrant lifestyle that encourages health and independence through innovative, recreational, educational and wellness programs.
The first Serenity was opened in Hanover, Ontario. The concept and affordability was very well received and it led to a full house within the year. There continues to be a growing need for those who do not need “institutional care”, but feel more comfortable in a “family like” environment. This location opened in 2000, and has a community reputation for its “feel like home setting”. Serenity is also very well recognized for its kind, compassionate and accommodating staff.
We are located in peaceful Parry Sound – the world-renowned jewel of the 30,000 Islands on Georgian Bay. Parry Sound is rich in arts, culture and heritage. The Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts and the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame are home to the international summer music festival, the Festival of the Sound. The Hall of Fame pays tribute to home-town hockey hero, Bobby Orr. The waterfront is a people-gathering place, offering attractions, shopping, restaurants and parks, beaches, natural vistas, and trails for your enjoyment. There is something magical about watching a sunset over the glistening clear waters of the Bay, or walking out onto the winter ice, drilling that hole and catching a fresh lake trout.