Arthritis Care

Our trained caregivers are experienced in providing care to elderly with Arthritis

What is it?

Arthritis is a condition characterized by the pain, tenderness and inflammation of one or more joints in the body. Common symptoms include reduced motion and joint pain and stiffness. Symptoms of arthritis typically arise between the age of 30 and 50 years.


Arthritis is the most common chronic health condition in Canada - it affects roughly 6 million Canadians.

Early warning signs

Early warning signs

Impact on Quality of Life

Arthritis often transforms the lives of affected individuals as it can impede day-day activities. For example, persons with arthritis may find tasks such as cooking and gardening become a challenge as the disease progresses. Arthritis can also have adverse effects on mental health - typically manifesting as anxiety and or depression.

Impact on Quality of Life

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