The different models of care/assistance that we can provide you:

  • Intermediate Care
    Assistance with activities of daily living and some health services, nursing supervision but not constant nursing care
  • Skilled Nursing Care
    Short-term rehabilitation care to long term extended care including medical care, assessment, treatment, injection, administration of medication. For individuals who need rehabilitation services after a sudden accident,a worsening progressive disease or who have serious or persistent health issues that are too complicated to be cared for at home
  • Custodial Care
    Supervision with personal care and other daily activities but not necessarily by a skilled nurse, for example for individuals suffering from Dementia including Alzheimer’s
  • Home Care
    Assistance with day-to-day activities such as bathing, walking, cooking, at home
  • Adult Day Care
    Part or full time care in a group setting for those unable to stay at home for short periods providing supervised care within a safe and secure environment with services including meals, social or recreational activities and health related assistance
  • Respite Care
    Short-term relief program that gives caregivers a break where we assume responsibilities for a pre-determined amount of time ranging from a few hours to a few weeks
  • Rehabilitative Care
    • Assistance in recovering from illness, injury or disease
    • Helping regain abilities recently lost
    • Post hospital, stroke heart or orthopedic care
    • Physical, occupational, speech therapy
    • Dietary Consultation, Laboratory, X-Ray
  • Hospice Care
    Offering care and comfort to those nearing the end of life with a philosophy focused on reducing suffering rather than curing the condition. Services include pain therapy, counselling, addressing physical, spiritual, social, emotional needs of dying individual and loved ones
  • Sub-acute/Short-Stay CareAfter an illness or surgery, patients sometimes need more rehabilitation and help with personal care to strengthen the skills they need to go home, such as learning to walk after a hip replacement or recovering motor skills after a stroke.