Arthritis Care at Home

Our caregivers specialize in managing Arthritis & other forms of this joint condition.

Experience Comfort in Every Movement

Arthritis takes you through a journey marked by pain and discomfort. At ConsidraCare we understand that arthritis isn't just a condition; it's a daily struggle. Home care for Arthritis is designed to transform this journey into one of comfort, dignity, and hope.


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

Early warning signs

Compassionate Arthritis Care at Home

Tailored to your specific arthritis challenges, our care plans include pain management, mobility support, and assistance with daily activities, ensuring a life of greater ease and independence.

We focus on providing comprehensive care that addresses the physical, emotional, and lifestyle needs of seniors living with arthritis.

Experience the Difference of Arthritis Care at Home with ConsidraCare

Arthritis can be a lonely battle, but with ConsidraCare, companionship is at the heart of our service. Our caregivers are not just helpers; they're companions, ready to support, encourage, and engage with you every step of the way. From exercise assistance to regular health monitoring, we cover all aspects of health and wellness to promote better management of arthritis symptoms.

Impact on Quality of Life

Top caregiver do's for Arthritis Care

Top caregiver don'ts for Arthritis Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis often go through the RA flare. During this flare, the disease activity increases resulting in increased pain, swelling, and fatigue. Below are some ways to take care of people with Rheumatoid Arthritis:

  • Help them rest and relax
  • Listen to them
  • Don’t dictate or complain
  • Stay patient
  • Provide companionship and your time
  • Provide food
  • Stay on top of medicines and appointments
  • Provide Distractions
  • Limit the visiting of guests

“Casein” a protein found in dairy products (milk, ice cream, cheese, etc.) triggers Arthritis pain. Additionally, processed and red meats and gluten cause inflammation and pain in joint tissues and increase the irritation.

Psoriatic Arthritis is usually followed by a skin condition called psoriasis. Like other types of Arthritis, it also causes the joints to become stiff, swollen, and sore. The first signs of Psoriatic Arthritis include:

  • Swollen fingers and toes
  • Uneven nails
  • Dry patchy elbows and knees
  • Redness and pain in eyes
  • Pain in joints & feet
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Fatigue
  • Digestive issues
  • Soreness
  • Mobility issues
  • Lower back pain

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