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Personal Care

As our loved ones age or become ill, performing simple day-to-day tasks can become challenging. Our caregivers assist with day-to-day activities to provide your loved one the support they need to maintain an independent lifestyle while living in the comfort of their own home.

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Companion Care

Companionship is vital for seniors to feel socially connected, and it improves their physical and mental well being. Our compassionate and professional caregivers provide your loved ones the companionship they need while assisting them with daily activities. Whether you live in the Greater Toronto Area or across the world, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing your loved one has a someone taking caring of them in the best way possible.

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Live-in Care

Spending one's last years happily at home should be achievable by anyone who wants that. People generally want to live independently regardless of their age, but unfortunately that's not always possible. Age brings a decline in physical and cognitive abilities that can make it difficult to live without assistance.

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Specialized Care

You might simply need to find your loved ones help with their personal care like grooming, hygiene, and timing their medication. But sometimes, you might need more advanced help, like specialized care for someone suffering from the effects of diabetes, dementia, or other long-term illnesses that make living without assistance difficult, if not impossible.

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Dementia Care

The word dementia is a general term that is used to describe a decline in mental ability which is enough to interfere with a person’s daily life. Dementia is caused after brain cells are damaged by diseases such as Alzheimer’s or stroke. When brain cells are not unable to communicate properly, a person’s feelings, behaviours, and even the ability to think is affected.

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Respite Care

People don’t always plan on becoming a caregiver to a loved one. Sometimes it’s a parent, sometimes a partner, sometimes even a child who ends up requiring a level of care that be overwhelming to even the most organized and efficient person. Regardless of the other responsibilities you have, being a family caregiver can consume all your energy – both physical and mental – as the job is very demanding.

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Palliative Care

Palliative care, also called end of life or comfort care, is a type of health care for patients and their families when facing life threatening illness or old age. The focus of palliative care is to maximize the patient’s quality of life and ensuring a comfortable environment during this difficult time. Palliative care is concerned with treating both the physical symptoms that patients may experience as well as their emotional and spiritual concerns.

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Nursing Care

There are times when you or your loved one may need intensive medical care. This usually includes people who need intensive rehabilitative care (those who have suffered a stroke for example), people with physical disabilities, and/or with chronic conditions.

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Foot Care

Feet are the foundation of our lives. We put a considerable amount of pressure on feet and for the most part, our feet put up with this sort of abuse rather well. However, not taking care of feet, especially later in life, can result in some adverse side effects. Foot care is very easily overlooked in the elderly as attention is usually paid to health problems such as joint pain, illnesses, and mental health.

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Medication Reminders and Supervision

One of the most common causes of hospitalizations in the elderly is related to errors with medication use. Making sure your loved one doesn’t forget to take their medication as prescribed by the doctor on-time and in the correct dose is an essential component of the care management process.

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Transportation Services

As your loved one ages, driving may become difficult or not possible due to associated medical conditions. In such cases coordinating a visit to the doctor or outings with family may become difficult.?Our transportation services will allow your loved ones to get where they want to be, whether it is within the GTA or a different city.

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Supplementary Care

If your loved one needs assistance at home whether due to an injury, a medical condition or old age, or if your loved one choses a retirement home in Toronto, we are always available to help and provide care when needed.

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