Family and friends are a great source of support, but they rarely have time to attend every medical appointment or help navigate someone through the healthcare system.
Our navigation staff will act as your advocate and personal guide as you experience the healthcare system whether it be through routine medical and clinical appointments or hospitalization and transition home. We will act as the primary source of communication between you, your loved one, and your healthcare team. We will also guide you through the system and help you understand diagnosis and treatment plans and help you connect with community resources to ensure you get back to living well again.
Aging In Place Planning
Aging in Place is a rapidly growing lifestyle option for people approaching or beyond retirement age. It means having the health and social supports and services you need to live safely, independently and happy in your home for as long as you wish and are able.
If you are like 90% of Canadians, you want to Age in Place in your own home and community. If this is the lifestyle you are looking for, you need to start thinking about how you want to live as you age and what steps you need to take to achieve that lifestyle. Planning now will give you greater control over your future independence, quality of life and dignity. This includes planning for what you would do if you have a sudden onset of a chronic illness, develop a disability or have a change in resources.
Planning for the future today will help you live the life you want tomorrow. Give us a call today to get started.
Dementia Care Package
Need help caring for a loved one with dementia? Our staff are specially trained to care for people who are on the dementia journey. Whether it’s short term relief, safety monitoring or 24-hour care, we are here to help.
Rehabilitation Care Package
Individualized programs are available to help you maximize your recovery after an illness or injury. The goal being to return to full independence or learning how to adapt to living with an impairment and “the new norm.” Along with the healthcare team, we will help you follow their instructions for recovery and improve your quality of life.
Many nursing services can be done in the comfort of your own home these days. Not feeling up to going out? We will come to you.
Hospital to Home Transition Package
Transitioning home after time spent in hospital can pose increased risk. Even after just one week lying in bed, a person can become weak and at increased risk of falling. Follow-up appointments and prescription changes can add additional stress. This is where we come in. We’ll help you regain your strength and enjoy the recovery process.
Mobile Relief Care
If you’re caring for a loved one at home it’s important that you take extra care of yourself. Over time you will find that caring for a loved one 24/7 is exhausting and can lead to burnout. Accessing resources such as mobile relief care can help free up time for you. It’ll help you take care of yourself so that you can always be there for your loved one.
Peace of Mind Tech Package
You may not be able to be there with your loved one, but you can still monitor their safety. Easily installed wireless sensors can notify you when critical safety activities are out of balance. For example, you’ll feel better if you know the doors are locked at night, that the stove is turned off or medications have been taken. We have a number of solutions to help keep your mind at ease.