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​Is Your Loved One Bedbound?

​We all want to age at home, surrounded by family and friends. There are Community Care services available to support your loved one, and provide you with peace of mind.

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"I wanted to recover at home after my fall because I love my grandchildren and want to spend time with them.

My daughter went for caregiver training to learn how to better care for me. With her support, I get to spend quality time with my family in the comfort of my own home.”

​- A client receiving financial assistance​

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​Taking a break from Caregiving​​

Caregiving is a long-term commitment. Giving yourself a rest to do things that you enjoy is beneficial to you and your loved one too.

​Nursing Home Respite Care
This service can take over your caregiving role for your loved one with nursing needs if you need a break of at least seven days. Learn more

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​​​​​​​​​Nursing Home

A ​Nursing Home​ is for seniors who value their independence, but need some help with day-today activities, such as dressing, bathing or taking medication.

​If your loved one requires a greater degree of medical support, or has extensive care needs that cannot be provided by current home care services, a medical social worker may refer them to a nursing home instead.


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Learn More

Find tips on how to better care for your loved one. Who are you caring for?

Senior with Mobility Aids

Loved One with Cancer

Senior Recovering from Stroke

Need more help?

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