News Worthy

Inside Halton – June, 2019
Calling women 55+ who want to be roommates
“It seems to answer a lot of needs that older people have…that it is an opportunity for seniors to stay independent later on in life”Continue reading here…

Puslinch Pioneer – May, 2019
First Seniors Co-living Project for Women 55+ 
It affords a “lock and leave” lifestyle knowing your house is not empty while you vacation. Continue reading here…

Guelph Today  – April 15, 2019
‘Golden Girls living’ in new Rockwood co-housing development
After years of planning and building, Oak Hill Co-Living is offering five units for sale Continue reading here…

CTV News Kitchener – March 28, 2019
‘Golden Girls’ for real: Rockwood Retiree looking for Roomies
Janette Ledwith may be retired, but she’s hoping to find some good roommates. Continue reading here…

The Guelph Mercury – February 26, 2019
Unique Rockwood co-living project for senior women now on sale
Oak Hill aims to offer affordable, fulfilling alternative to retirement homes.  Continue reading here…

The Wellington Advertiser – January 17, 2019
Oak Hill Co-Living Ready to Enter Real Estate Market
Wellington County’s first co-living house is about to be put on the real estate market. Continue reading here…

YourTV Halton – May 15, 2018
Rockwood Senior creates New Co-living Experience
A Rockwood woman is breaking ground on a new living arrangement for seniors looking to live with company, and still have home equity. Video interview by Hayden Narine. Continue reading here…

The Independent Free Press, Halton Hills – April 9, 2018
Rockwood women trail blazing co-living for seniors
Build it, and they will come. That’s the mantra that Janette Ledwith is using, after gutting her century home and turning it into future site of a communal living project — the first of its kind in the area. Continue reading here…

The New Tanner – June 22, 2017
Co-living for seniors in Rockwood
By 2016, the expanded Group was ready to find a site for the model they envisaged: affordable with a reduced ecological footprint built around a new definition of family Continue reading here…

The Wellington Advertiser – May 18, 2017
Rockwood women offer co-living alternative
Four Rockwood women are creating an alternative living arrangement for those over 55 years of age within the community. Continue reading here…

The Guelph Mercury Tribune  – Feb 9, 2017
Innovative housing plan in Guelph puts independent seniors under one roof
When local housing options didn’t meet their needs, four women set out to build their own retirement home. Continue reading here…