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Southern Alberta's Largest
Purpose-Built Dementia Care
Residence
As part of Riverview Village, Bethany Riverview is Calgary’s
newest campus of care where seniors can age in community
as their care needs change.

Welcome to Bethany Riverview

Bethany Riverview is a new, highly specialized Complex Dementia Care (CDC) centre purpose built for the unique needs of people living with dementia, as well as long term care. It provides 210 bed with 120 designated for complex dementia care.

Bethany Riverview  is part of Riverview Village, our campus of care that provides a range of care options and services to seniors, allowing them to age in the community as their care needs change. Riverview Village includes affordable independent housing for more than 400 seniors.

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    THIS IS
    A SPECIAL PLACE

    Bethany Riverview is designed with the needs of people with dementia in mind. Every space intentionally considers for the needs of a person with dementia. All of our large private rooms also include spacious ensuites. Rooms are clustered into neighbourhoods and households with kitchens and living areas featuring visual and sensory clues for helping someone with dementia feel safe and comfortable.

    Our Rotary Atrium gives residents a beautiful space, filled with wandering paths, benches and lush greenery. It is a year-round oasis and will be the hub for many activities, programs and gatherings.

    Bethany Riverview Floor Plans

    Senior-Focused Design

    The four-storey Bethany Riverview facility is designed with residents and their family members in mind with well-planned private and multi-use spaces. Download the PDF floorplans below.

    Main Floor  Second Floor  Third Floor  Fourth Floor

    Inside Riverview

    Our bright, spacious resident rooms are a welcoming place to call home. Every room features:
    Distinct doors and handles in every room for intuitive wayfinding
    Dutch doors to ensure the privacy, comfort and safety of residents
    Large windows that flood every room with plenty of natural light
    Rooms designed with space to accommodate personal furnishings
    Ample room to accommodate a cot for overnight family visits
    walk-in ensuite showers with slip-resistant flooring and sensor lighting
    Blue toilet seats for ease of recognition by the visually impaired
    Blue toilet seats for ease of recognition by the visually impaired

    Alberta's Rising Dementia Rate

    Meeting the Challenge

    In less than 20 years, one in five Albertans will be over the age of 65 and the number of people living with dementia is expected to double. Today, there are 13,000 people living with dementia in Calgary.