Home and Community Care Unit

This unit is comprised of three full-time personal support workers, one registered nurse/coordinator/supervisor, one registered practical nurse, one respite worker, one home maintenance worker and one cook.

Emphasis is placed on assisting individuals and families with enabling the elderly and disabled to remain independent, self-reliant, and comfortable in their homes for as long as possible.

Programs and Services

  • Meals on Wheels
  • Foot Care Clinic
  • Craft Day
  • Marketing
  • Personal Care
  • Nursing Visits
  • Nursing Assessments/re-assessments
  • Euchre
  • Assistance with Home Making
  • Shopping/list shopping
  • Mobility equipment and device assistance lending
  • Social Outings
  • Monthly Socials
  • Occasional Workshops/Presentations

Workshops & Presentations

  • Home Safety
  • Medication Safety-Pharmacist
  • Pain Management
  • Fire Safety – Home
  • Personal Safety – OPP
  • Lateral Violence
  • Other presentations requested by the seniors

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