What is Assisted Living?

Assisted Living is an option for individuals who want to maintain an independent lifestyle. Era offers housing, hospitality services and personal assistance services to individuals who can live independently but require regular assistance with daily activities. Residents are able to choose and direct the personal assistance services they need.

Each resident has their own private suite to call home with multiple furnished areas on each floor for visiting with others and for activities. Your independence is respected and support is available from the staff when it is required.

Hospitality services such as home cooked meals, weekly housekeeping, security and 24 hour emergency response are provided.

What are the rooms like?

There are 2 options:

One bedroom: The bedrooms accommodate a queen sized bed or two single beds. There is a shared bathroom, living, kitchen and dining area on the same floor.

Suites: The suites are wheel chair accessible and include a large bedroom along with your own bathroom, living room, kitchen and dining area.

How can I live at Era

All resident referrals are made through the Fraser Health Authority. Eligibility is determined through the health authority Case Manager. Please contact your Case Manager to discuss your needs.

If you have not been assessed by the Fraser Health Authority and do not have a Case Manager, please contact Central Intake at 604-722-7849

What does living at Era cost?

Living at Era Assisted Living is affordable. The direct cost that residents pay will vary as The Era is a subsidized assisted living residence.

Based on a financial assessment, your rent may be subsidized through Fraser Health, Additional services are available at a cost. You can discuss your assessed rate with your case manager.

Eligible seniors will pay a monthly fee of 70% of their after-tax income for rent. Care services are funded by the Fraser Health Authority. While Fraser health pays for health care provided in publicly subsidizes residential care facilities, residents contribute towards the daily cost of food and accommodation.

What cost are not covered by Fraser Health?

  • Damage deposit
  • In suite telephone, television cable, or internet charges
  • Personal grooming supplies/hair dressing services
  • Transportation to and from activities or appointments
  • Pharma Care premiums and deductibles
  • Medications not covered by Pharma Care
  • Health equipment not covered by extended benefits
  • Health services not covered by extended benefits such as ambulance service, optometry, podiatry, physiotherapy, massage therapy and basic dental care.
  • Personal items such as dry-cleaning, newspaper and magazines
  • Personal insurance for lost or damaged personal items such as hearing aids, dentures, glasses
  • Physician charges for completion of medical forms
  • Guest meals and additional housekeeping/laundry
  • Extra keys and fobs

What is the smoking policy?

Smoking is permitted in the designated smoking areas only.