This is the Story
Choose from beautifully appointed studios. We want to offer you a turn-key lifestyle.
- Washrooms feature ‘step-in’ showers and are furnishes with safety grab bars for your comfort
- All suites are pre-wired for cable and internet
- Personal heating and cooling systems
In addition to outfitting your suite with your own furniture, we encourage you to add personal touches with your keepsakes and family photos.
Make it your own. Make it your home.
Our Memory Care Community provides the highest quality care for residents living with memory loss. Riverbend Crossing offers four completely self-contained protected neighbourhoods, while including enhanced Life Enrichment programs and dining experiences. We consult and involve the resident and family members when we create our Individualized Service Plan. Our Memory Care programs focus on meaningful and purposeful activities to keep each individual connected and engaged with the community, family and friends. We want our residents to embrace their past while celebrating their present at Riverbend Crossing.
“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis if dynamic and creative intellectual activity” – John. F. Kennedy
Innovative life enrichment programs promote an active lifestyle. Life Enrichment encompasses social activities, cultural and creative opportunities and a variety of strength-building and flexibility-enhancing fitness programs. Abundant recreation choices are available each day.
Riverbend Crossing presents a variety of social experiences from playing board games, participating in dances, live-music, watching a film in our in the neighborhood lounge to joining in volunteer opportunities.
Residents can hop onto the motor coach and enjoy excursions from shopping, dining and day trips to the theatre, sporting events and other points of interest.
In addition, Riverbend Crossing offers residents diverse ways to enjoy the arts by visiting museums and galleries, attending concerts and theatre productions, as well as listening to interesting guest speakers.
Riverbend Crossing is dedicated to promoting fitness and wellness. We offer group and individual programs to promote strength, flexibility, balance, endurance and over-all wellbeing. These programs accommodate various fitness levels for all residents who strive for greater vitality.
Physical fitness is so important for maintaining a healthy body but also helps creatively and keeping an active mind. In fact, there are so many health benefits for being active, including: improving your balance, reducing falls and injuries, overcoming/reducing illness as well as helping you stay independent longer.
Dining at Riverbend Crossing is an enjoyable experience, with appetizing and healthy chef-prepared meals served directly to you at your table. Begin your meal with a delicious soup or salad, followed by your choice of entrees and freshly-baked breads. Enjoy delectable homemade desserts to complete your scrumptious meals.
Our chefs take great pride in the menus and food they prepare. We happily accommodate allergies and dietary restrictions. Often our meals are created farm to table.
Our dining room is a great place to enjoy home-cooked, chef prepared meals as well as socialize with fellow residents. We want you to fell welcome, relaxed and right-at-home without the fuss of cooking and cleaning up. Our chefs and dining staff are ready to serve.
Chef Richard's Story
I am originally from Wales. I came to Canada in 2012, to make new home for wife and I. My love and passion for food started with my grandmother when I was very young, watching her cook. She encouraged me to help with making Welsh cookies and scones with her at home and the love of cooking was ignited...
Chef Jay's Dining Story
Born in Keene Ontario, I was only 3 years old when my passion for food, flavours and cooking began. I was the type of child who watched cooking shows instead of Sesame Street....
Chef David's Dining Story
First and foremost, food has always been a big part of my up bringing in Montreal. It’s what always brought friends and family together.....
Chef Steve's Dining Story
As I was born and raised in England, I ate mostly meat and potatoes, fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash…
Chef Tim's Cooking Story
I started cooking when I was 15yrs old at McDonalds. There, I learned many skills and what it takes to work in the hospitality industry. I fell in love making customers happy.
Chef Lindsay's Cooking Story
I started cooking and baking when I was just a young girl with my grandmother learning from her the basic skills in a kitchen, this I believe was the start of my growing interest and love for food. I really fell in love with cooking and baking when I was able to feel the satisfaction and see the enjoyment it brings to others while eating what I have made for them; always humbly accepting compliments to the chef reassures me this is where I belong...
Tears of Joy
Paris...the city of Love and fine food. Where a couple can spend the day at the Louvre experiencing the worlds greatest collection of art. And then ride a boat down the Seine river passing world famous land marks like the Eiffel tower and Notre Dame cathedral. Then of course after the most romantic day imaginable finish it with a dinning experience like no other. A meal at a restaurant like, Guy Savoy, Pierre Gagnaire or the little know but fabulous Kei...
My Journey to Becoming a Chef
My journey to become a chef began with watching the talents of Anna Olsen, Giada De Laurentiis, and Guy Fieri. The passion they put into all of their dishes, and treating food more than just fuel for the body, but also as a work of art...
When I Fell in Love with Cooking
I fell in love with cooking when I was 10 years old; My grandmother taught me all that I know. I will cherish those memories and moments forever...
A Love for Baking
My love for baking came at a very young age. I was the seventh child of nine. We were poor prairie farmers with lots of mouths to feed. So we mostly ate what we grew on the farm, except at Christmas time. This is when my mother went all out for the Christmas Eve dinner. Her specialty was German Apple Strudel...
Welcome to Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan’s capital city, is a unique blend – home to a symphony orchestra and the nation’s most passionate CFL enthusiasts. From the serene park created at the heart of the city to events and festivals to fascinating museums, galleries, heritage and science centres, there is always something going on.