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If you’ve never had to arrange home care services before, it can be confusing and stressful. Especially if you’re dealing with an elderly parent who’s recently had a health crisis.

Get the home health care your parent deserves, and the relief you need.

Eldercare Home Health has been providing care to seniors in Toronto and the GTA for over 20 years. We can provide the care your parent needs, and help you get things as "back to normal” as possible.

Here’s how Eldercare Home Health can help your elderly parent:

Most importantly – Registered Nurse case management and supervision is always included with our home care services, at no additional charge. This is what sets us apart from non-medical care services and it’s the single most important part of how we provide the best care possible for your parent.

It also means you don’t have to worry about case managing or coordinating your parent’s care yourself, so you can have a relationship with your parent(s) that’s closer to what you are used to.

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Learn what Registered Nurse Case Management is and how it will make a real difference in your parent’s care and outcome – and your peace of mind.

Our clients consider Registered Nurse case management invaluable in contributing to the well being of their parent.

PSW care – Our caregivers can help with activities of daily living including:

  • Bathing and/or showering
  • Dressing
  • Meal preparation
  • Feeding
  • Mobility and transferring (walking, standing, sitting, getting in and out of bed etc.)
  • Personal hygiene and grooming
  • Toileting/incontinence care

Exercise program reinforcement – “Use it or lose it” as they say. Exercise can lead to improved flexibility, muscle tone, balance and coordination, and can help prevent falls, improve appetite, improve sleep patterns, and be beneficial psychologically – improving your parent’s mood – and more.

Medications – Ensuring the right medications are taken at the right time can make a significant difference in your parent’s well-being. All too often the medication is there but it is not being taken, or not being taken properly. We can help correct this issue, and provide ongoing monitoring and assistance.

Grocery shopping and meal preparation – Cookies and tea are a nice treat, but they’re not a meal. Eating and drinking are essential to your parent’s well-being. A lack of proper nutrition can lead to confusion, dehydration and weakness, falls, and trips to the hospital. We can help make sure your parent has an opportunity to improve their nutrition and hydration.

Going to appointments – Doctor’s appointments are usually during the daytime when you likely have work or other commitments. Our caregivers can accompany your parent(s) to Doctor’s appointments, tests etc. freeing you up to take care of the many other things you need to do.

Companionship and cognitive stimulation – All too often one day blends into the next. Companionship means having someone to talk with, who encourages participation in activities, and can help make days more interesting and more stimulating. Benefits may include increased appetite and hydration, improved mental state, fewer “challenging” calls to family, a higher level of activity and engagement, improved sleep patterns and more.

Light housekeeping (as part of providing care) – A clean, tidy environment can be beneficial psychologically and physically – reducing clutter etc. means reducing your parent’s risk of falling.

Do you have questions about our home care services?

Contact us. We’re happy to provide any insight we can.

Learn more about what makes Eldercare Home Health different from non-medical care providers

Your parent deserves the best care possible. Providing quality home care services starts with having great staff. Learn about how careful we are when hiring staff.

Looking for information on palliative care? See Your practical guide to palliative care at the end of life

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In summary: Get the home care services your parent needs, with Eldercare Home Health. Get help with activities of daily living, exercising, grocery shopping, meal preparation and more. All with Registered Nurse case management at no additional charge.