See what our residents have to say

"A while after Mary passed, Peter thought his place was too large. He investigated a few places, then his friends mentioned Three Robins. Peter liked what he saw and moved in. Peter moved to Three Robins Red Deer knowing with his age he wanted an environment that suited his needs. The community aspect is very important to him. He feels as though he belongs and is not alone."
Jolene Wilson
General Manager, Three Robins Red Deer
"Ten months it’s been since I moved in and what a change I’ve seen! No grass to cut, no windows to wash, no weeds to pull, and best of all No bills to pay! I’m independent and just pay rent! I love it. Our focus is community. It gives me the opportunity to volunteer, to share in its success. It is our neighborhood, our home. It’s called Three Robins! I love it!"
Three Robins Resident

What is there not to love when you live at Three Robins Stony Plain.

The building looks fresh and shines. It is most appealing to the eyes. You walk in the building and every person there will greet you with a cheery hallo.

Imagine on a cold winter day, you just slip out of the door at Three Robins and quickly enter the Stony Plain Library that is located on the first floor of the building.

The Building is right downtown - a short walk to just about anything. Most of all, when you come home from wherever you were - you feel as cozy as in a ‘Robin’s Nest.’

The second floor is designed for the residents. Here you can play, create and laugh. Something for everyone. Knitting, crocheting, sewing quilts for donations, exercising, watching movies, working with wood, making cards, Happy Hour, etc.

A beautiful big kitchen awaits the creative cooks. The coffee pot is always on and coffee houris always. Monthly Birthday Celebrations are the hit of every month.

Trudy & Charles
Three Robins Residents

After eight months of living in Three Robins, Jim and Sandy are totally immersed in the culture of the building.

Jim is the President of the Residents Committee as well as being involved in the setup of the residents’ workshop and common spaces. Sandy is a lead in the arts, crafts and sewing room; she is part of various committees and takes regular turns cooking meals for the neighbours. They have gotten to know the residents in the building and have developed several meaningful friendships.

There is not a day goes by that they are not organizing and participating in events or just visiting in the common areas with their friends.

They say that “to date their experience at Three Robins has been everything they had hoped for and they would recommend the building to anyone who values a sense of community”.

Fran Loewen
Community Engagement Coordinator

I moved to Three Robins near the end of February 2020. I'd been going through a lot of troubling times and this had been my third move within 7 months.

After getting slightly settled I wandered down to the common kitchen and found three residents doing jigsaw puzzles. Introductions were made and I sat down to visit. I immediately felt so comfortable and welcomed that, even though I was never a big fan of doing jigsaws, I got hooked. We continued playing together until COVID made that impossible.

Everyone here has been so friendly and welcoming. I feel I have finally found the place I’ve always meant to be even though I’ve never been a very social person. I have changed hugely for the better and I attribute it to living here.

Three Robins Resident
After living on our family farm for 69 years I chose to move to Three Robins in Stony Plain.

I am happy to be living here where all my needs are met ,the staff and fellow tenants are always friendly and caring. My friends and family feel welcome in the building, and this means the world to me. I feel at home!

Three Robins Resident
Coffee is always on! The 2nd floor activities and social areas make it feel you have a home within a home.
Ellwood and Lorrainne
Three Robins Resident

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