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Seniors Living Options

Independent Living

A) Either in your home 
given that professional home care is planned for

B)  Or in a Retirement Living Residence

Assisted Living

Long Term Care

In-Home Care

 

 

In-home care supports seniors

who are aging in place while delaying and or avoiding the transition into senior housing.

Professional in-home health care providers offer:

  • Flexible service hours that meet your care needs & service expectations.

  • Certified caregivers provide supportive care in the comfort of your place of living while monitoring your challenging care needs & safety.

  • Personal Care - help with the activities of daily living such as bathing or showering & grooming.

  • More comprehensive care services such as transferring, lift assistance, and Incontinence care are available.

  • Companionship Care offers emotional support,  cognitive activities & outings with a consistent caregiver who provides quality time besides light meal preparation, transportation, and support with home tasks such as light housekeeping & laundry, cooking & more.

  • Specialized Home Health Care providers Licensed Practical & Registered Nurses are selected to provide specific home health services and manage medications. 

Assisted Living

Assisted living is a senior setting with various services such as meals, housekeeping and recreation & some health care support. It can be either private or subsidized.

 

For any any extra services required, such as Companionship,  transportation, accompany to appointments etc. you have the option to hire a private caregiver.

Assisted living offers: 

  • Individual apartments that promote independence. 

  • An increased level of assistance to those who can no longer live safely at home but want to maintain some autonomy. 

  • 24 hour/day staff trained to provide assistance with activities of daily living. 

  • Group dining, on-site activities, and amenities. 

  • Supportive services such as medication management, personal safety monitoring, and housekeeping. 

Independent Living

Independent living communities are designed for seniors to live independently within a

Retirement Community.

Independent living communities provide:

 

  • Individual residences are designed to support self-sufficient living within a senior community.

  • Opportunities for social interaction, organized activities, and recreation with other senior residents ie Community Centers.

  • On-site staff for the provision of safety and security.

Once the senior considers moving to a private or subsidized home with supportive services, you or your family should arrange for an care assessment by a Community Health Nurse. 

 

Recommendations will be made for the best suitable living situations and help connect seniors with programs and resources required.

 

Skilled nursing centres, also known as nursing homes, are licensed healthcare residences for individuals who require a higher level of medical care than can be provided in assisted living.

Skilled nursing facilities provide: 

  • Assistance with health conditions requiring constant supervision on an inpatient basis. 

  • 24 hour/day availability of licensed staff who provide both skilled nursing care and assistance with personal care needs. 

  • On-site physical, occupational, and rehabilitative therapeutic services. 

  • Short-term rehabilitation or long-term care. 

Long Term Care  

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