Book Review – Necessary Conversations: Between adult children and their aging parents

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This month, Barrie McMaster reviews “Necessary Conversations.” If you have adult children, or an aging parent, this is an important read. Read the review here…

Menno Staff Run for the Cure

Book Review – Living Thoughtfully, Dying Well – Glen E. Miller, M.D.

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This month, Barrie McMaster reviews a book on aging and dying. Read the review here…

Book Review – Reinventing Aging – Shirley Yoder Brubaker

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This week, Barrie McMaster reviews a book on reinventing aging. Read the review here…

Book Review – Aging Matters; finding your calling for the rest of your life

We’ve started a series of book reviews – all about books on aging! This week, Barrie McMaster reviews Paul Steven’s book “Aging Matters”. Read the review here…

Seniors Care in BC – Vancouver Sun Series

Karen Baillie, CEO of Menno Place, was recently featured in part of a Vancouver Sun series on Senior Care in BC.

Income Tax Community Volunteer Program

All appointments are 1/2 hour long and must be booked through Terrace Reception. Please phone 604-851-4004 or come in person to Terrace East Reception Desk. Please bring all relevant tax and personal document including resident ID to this appointment.

Menno Place Duet Bike Changes Lives

One bicycle, four provinces, 1,700 kilometers – this was the journey that Dale Carlisle, Recreation Aide at Menno Place embarked on to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease in Western Canada last fall

An Afternoon of Exceptional Music – Aug 17

BC Country Music’s Female Vocalist of the Year, and granddaughter to one of our very own residents – Karen Lee Batten will be joining us for an afternoon.

Pausing to Celebrate and Remember with our Annual Butterfly Release

Menno Place hosted their second annual Butterfly Release Celebration for seniors, families, and staff in the beautifully landscaped courtyard in the center of the 11-acre campus of care in Abbotsford.
Residents, family members, and staff were encouraged to purchase butterflies for release on this very special occasion…