Welcome to Ayre Manor Seniors’ Housing
Sooke, Vancouver Island, BC
Visitor Information re: COVID-19
Mar 19, 2020 Updated May 14, 2020
We take the health and wellbeing of the people who live and work at Ayre Manor very seriously. Out of an abundance of caution to keep our residents and staff safe, we are limiting visitors to our Complex Care and Assisted Living buildings to family or primary contacts of dying or critically ill residents only. Those who are cleared to enter Ayre Manor will continue to be screened before being permitted entry. We are continuing to monitor the situation carefully and have plans in place to respond as needed. View our COVID-19 Health & Safety Plan »
As this pandemic continues, as of March 30th, we cancelled all our outside entertainments/visitors and we are not sending newsletters/calendars until further notice. We apologize for any inconveniences and will keep you posted when we can invite you all back.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time. Stay safe and remember to wash your hands! Take care of yourselves and each other. For more information, please visit the website for BC Centre for Disease Control on COVID-19 »
Ayre Manor is a place to meet old friends and make new ones. Now is a time to relax in comfort and safety and enjoy what each day offers: fun, companionship and independence in a truly supportive environment. Enjoy life to its fullest!
As of 2017, Ayre Manor now offers four levels of affordable and comfortable seniors’ housing, completing our Campus of Care on our beautiful six-acre property in the centre of Sooke, which allows residents to stay in familiar surroundings as care needs change:
Ayre Manor’s six-acre property is within walking distance of downtown Sooke – a coastal community known for its friendly folks, beautiful scenery, westcoast history and locally-owned restaurants, services and shops – as well as having its own onsite services.
Did You Know?
Our logo, the Great Blue Heron is a majestic bird who teaches us the wisdom of standing still, waiting patiently, while what we need comes to us. Allow the dignity of the Great Heron to inspire you: practice walking with assurance and deliberation, taking your time and refusing to be hurried.