Family-owned retirement home a cornerstone of Pitt Meadows community

When it comes to retiring in style and grace, there are few in Pitt Meadows who do it as well as the Wesbrooke. As a seniors living community, it serves to help seniors and the elderly who can no longer care for themselves. As a home, the Wesbrooke looks after its residents as if they were family.

Though, what sets this privately-owned, family-run establishment apart from other retirement homes is its handpicked staff and a philosophy that respects the importance of choice. As owner Pat De Luca says it: “the Wesbrooke is just different than most retirement homes.”

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Whether it is the professionally designed interior and exterior of the retirement home, or the elegant dining room serving up gourmet meals twice a day, De Luca says the seniors at the Wesbrooke can truly enjoy this next phase of life living in a home that fits to its residents’ needs.

In addition to providing caregiving and residential services to seniors and retirees, the Wesbrooke is extremely involved in its community. Running fundraisers for Alzheimer’s disease, helping out at the local food bank, working with the local hospice and organizing programs at local elementary schools are just some examples of theWesbrooke’s community engagement.

Co-owners Pat and Celeste De Luca do their best to not only make Wesbrooke a community for its residents, but to transform it into a place where they can feel comfortable, happy and social. As a family-oriented couple, Pat, Celeste and their staff are the ones who make the Wesbrooke live up to its tagline: “Our Home is Your Home.”

Senior living options include:

·   Junior studios

·   Studios

·   1-bedrooms

·   2-bedrooms

·   Supportive living options include social common areas

To find out more about The Wesbrooke Seniors Living Community,visit or call 604-330-4249. 

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