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Purchase of Simpson Manor

Simpson Manor has been acquired by the Park Place Seniors Living group of Vancouver.  Residents, Families and Staff will notice few disruptions to operations, and no significant changes are expected during the transition. Below are letters from the current owner (Decker) and new owner (Park Place).

The transition will be overseen by Park Place's Vice President of Operations, Ian West and Vice President of Quality Assurance, Linda Foley. Please contact them with any inquiries regaring the ownership change, by email or telephone 604-266-1436.

Welcome to Simpson Manor

Year in Review

Simpson Manor is a 96 bed Complex Care Facility situated in historic Fort Langley, the birthplace of British Columbia, Canada.

Fort Langley is home to Art Galleries, Restaurants, Museums, and the Fort Langley National Historic Site.  It is the host community for many popular events such as the Cranberry Festival, Canada (birth of the nation) and Douglas Days (birth of the province) celebrations and the May Day Parade which first took place in 1923.

The community is surrounded by the Fraser River, Federal, Regional and Community Parks, Golf Courses, Farmland and a Wildlife Conservatory.


Kudos to the management and staff and Simpson Manor, Fort Langley, for the excellent standard of care exhibited at all times in the care of our mother. The kindness and compassion shown by every staff member to our Mom was far beyond those dictated by standard levels of care. The caregivers and management are truly commendable. Joan R.

All the staff of Simpson, from housekeeping to RN's to care aides - you are all amazing. Thanks for looking after Mom so incredibly well. Betty W.

Thank you for your loving care, you created a beautiful and caring home for our loved one over two years. Family of DB.

We have deep appreciation for all the love and care of our Father for three years he was with Simpson Manor. You have been such a blessing and an encouragement to our family, especially during the last few weeks he was with us. Barb P and Family.

We want to thank you all for the wonderful care that you gave. We really appreciate everything you did to make his last years pleasant. Helen S.

Thank you for all the love, care, kindness and respect you showed our dear Mother. you are the ones that made her day to day life as happy as was possible. I like to think she brought a little happiness to the Manor. Julie W.

I want you and your staff to know how sincerely grateful we are for the wonderful care that you provided for my sister. The 70th anniversary party that Simpson put together was absolutely the best ever and was so enjoyed by all. Every time we visited, we observed your staff and the love that was shown to all of your residents. Don and Alyce.