Home & Community Care
The Home and Community Care services provide a range of health care and support services for eligible residents who have acute, chronic, palliative or rehabilitative health care needs. These services include a variety of in-home care services such as home support, personal care, and referrals to programs to assist clients to maintain optimum health in their own homes.
The program is designed to support and enhance the care provided by the family and community and is not intended to replace family care.
What We Do
- Client assessments
- Acute care nursing
- Chronic disease management
- Health monitoring
- Prescription pick-up and delivery
- Prescription monitoring
- Therapeutic diet support”
- Information and referral
- Rehabilitation equipment assessment
- Foot care
- Linking with Health programs and services
- Wound care and management
- Supporting clients to be independent
If needed, our support workers can also assist with:
- Cleaning and tidying the home
- Personal care
- Meals on Wheels
We provide home-based services based on client’s assessed needs. These services may include:
- Light housekeeping
- Laundry, ironing, and changing linens
- Menu planning and meal preparation
- Friendly visits and security checks
- Meals on Wheels
Medical Supplies & Equipment
Our trained staff can assist with medical dressings, bandages, and medications as well as helping you get mobile through the use of mobility aids, walkers, and wheelchairs.
Based on assessed need, we can assist clients with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, toileting, transferring, and mobility assistance.
Feet are one of the most important parts of our bodies and deserve to be beautiful and as we get older, they may need extra care. Healthy feet are a vital part of our health and mobility, they allow us to walk, stand, balance, and act as a shock absorber to the rest of our body. In one lifetime, our feet carry us an average of 100,000 miles and absorb an impact of 5 million pounds each day.
Healthy feet are especially important to those with diabetes. Diabetics may have reduced blood circulation which can cause dry skin, cracked heels, and may cause your nails to grow slowly and increase healing time. Diabetics may also suffer from nerve disease which causes them to loose feeling in their feet and may lead to injuries and infections because high blood pressure encourages bacteria growth.
Our Home & Community Care team can help you with regular foot care and help treat plantar warts, plantar fasciitis, cracked skin, cracked heels, calluses, athlete’s feet, bunions, fungal nails, and ingrown nails.
To learn more or to request this services:
- Call Liz Point, (604) 796-2177
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Make an appointment at the Band Office
- Have a question? Contact us.