Inspired by a passion to improve the aging experience, Revera leads the way in the senior living sector by continually refining and raising the standards of retirement living spaces.
More on the Revera difference
Advocating against ageism
Revera launched its Age is More platform to redefine aging and raise awareness of the contributions and abilities of older adults. Age is More challenges ageism’s negative attitudes, stereotypes and misconceptions. Revera also celebrates the lives of older adults through The Revera and Reel Youth Age is More Film Project.Learn about Age is More
Inspired by our residents
Revera works with and listens to our residents and their families, who inspire our programs and services, from recreation activities and outings to our unique menus.
Committed to accessibility
Revera is committed to meeting the needs of individuals living with disabilities by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and by meeting or exceeding government requirements, including the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). We are committed to providing equal treatment to people with disabilities, with respect to services, programs, goods and facilities, in a manner that respects their dignity and independence.
Chief Elder Officer
In 2015, former Mayor of Mississauga Hazel McCallion joined Revera as Chief Elder Officer to help shape the company’s innovation agenda. In this role, she engages residents and families at Revera communities to share their experiences in senior living to help us continue to improve our programs and services.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Rhonda Collins brings passion and expertise in memory care, dementia, falls prevention and clinical quality improvement to the role of Revera’s Chief Medical Officer – a first for the Canadian senior living sector. Dr. Collins is a family physician with a certificate of added competence in Care of the Elderly from the College of Family Physicians of Canada.