Home and Community Care
The Home and Community Care Team provides nursing care and personal care for those that need assistance with acute, chronic, or palliative healthcare needs in a community setting. These services are provided by registered nurses and care aides.
Services provided can be short term or long term care. Care can include:
- Monitoring For Therapeutic Intervention
- Blood Sugar And Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Medication Administration And Management
- Therapeutic Care
- Wound Management
- Case Management
- Nursing Procedures And Treatments (Ordered By Physicians Or Nurse Practitioners)
- Foot Care And Diabetic Neuropathy Testing
- Personal Care And Assisted Living
- Health Teaching To Clients &/Or Formal Care Givers
Call today for an in-home assessment at 604-824-3200
Adult In-Home Care
The Adult In Home Care Program is a service that provides homemaking and assistance with personal care and meal preparation. Clients are mainly Elders, but can also be those with physical or cognitive limitations. Services are provided to First Nations and Non-First Nations people residing in one of the communities we provide services to.
Contact the adult In-Home Care coordinator, Diane Kelly-Anderson, if you require assistance with pension forms, Service Canada questions or assistance filing your tax return.
Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI)
The Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative supports prevention, health promotion, screening and care management initiatives that are community-based and culturally appropriate. ADI aims to reduce Type 2 Diabetes among Aboriginal people by promoting healthy lifestyles and providing primary prevention activities and services that are delivered by trained community diabetes workers and health service providers.
Let us help you get your diabetes on track with advice and support with exercise, what to eat and what tests you can get to stay healthy. Call our ADI Nurse to Sign up.