Independent Senior Living Blog

PARC knows that senior life is ever-changing, for aging adults themselves, and also for baby boomers who have parents in retirement. Our regularly posted articles explore all aspects of senior living, from health and wellness to lifestyle choices, retirement issues and how to care for aging parents.

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B.C.’s COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Plan

B.C.’s COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Plan

COVID - 19 News

British Columbians are being immunized against COVID-19 in four phases, in order of urgency and is currently in phase 2 of the immunization plan

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Understanding the Differences Between Independent Living, Assisted Living and long-Term Care

Understanding the Differences Between Independent Living, Assisted Living and long-Term Care

Independent Living

What sets retirement communities apart?

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Top 3 Reasons for Moving into a PARC Retirement Community During a Pandemic

Top 3 Reasons for Moving into a PARC Retirement Community During a Pandemic

COVID - 19 News

Switching to independent retirement living is safer than ever. With these top 3 reasons, it's easy to see why the best time to move is now.

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Best Independent Living Design of 2020: Highrise Makes the Most of Urban, Coastal Location

Best Independent Living Design of 2020: Highrise Makes the Most of Urban, Coastal Location

News

PARC Retirement Living Founder and Chairman Rainer Müller remembers the day a young couple walked up to the reception desk of the Oceana PARC community in White Rock, British Columbia.

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Oceana PARC wins first prize in the Senior Living Architecture and Design Awards

Oceana PARC wins first prize in the Senior Living Architecture and Design Awards

News

White Rock’s leading active-seniors community topped the Independent Living category

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Comparing the COVID-19 Vaccines

Comparing the COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID - 19 News

Canadians will receive one of two COVID-19 vaccines: the first developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and the second by Moderna. There are minor differences, but both are more than 94% effective at preventing infection by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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