COPD Care at Home

ConsidraCare’s professional caregivers deliver personalized COPD care in the comfort of your home.

Reclaim Your Comfort with COPD Care at Home

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a journey that no one should walk alone. At ConsidraCare, we understand the challenges COPD patients and their families face. That’s why we offer personalized COPD home care to manage symptoms effectively and enhance the quality of life for your loved ones.


Over 15% of Canadians aged 65 or older are living with COPD

Early warning signs

Expert COPD Care in the Comfort of Your Home

Struggling with breathlessness, constant coughing, and fatigue can turn everyday activities into exhausting battles. COPD not only affects your physical health but also weighs heavily on your emotional well-being, often leading to feelings of anxiety and isolation.

At ConsidraCare, we understand the challenges faced by individuals living with COPD. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to providing exceptional in-home care, designed to improve your quality of life while managing the complexities of COPD.

Qualified COPD Caregivers for Your Peace of Mind!

Imagine the distress of feeling confined within your own home, unable to perform simple tasks without gasping for air. The constant worry about the next breath can overshadow the joy of the present moment, leaving you feeling helpless and dependent. Don’t let the fear of hospital readmissions disrupt your peace of mind, get comprehensive, compassionate COPD care at home! Schedule a free assessment and learn how we can make a difference in your COPD journey.

Impact on Quality of Life

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Mild COPD-No symptoms: During stage-I COPD, you don’t feel difficulty in breathing unless you are walking fast, hiking, or running.
  2. Moderate COPD-Fewer Symptoms: During stage-II COPD, you feel breathing difficulty while walking on a ground level and you may also feel the need to stop and breathe every few minutes.
  3. Severe COPD-More Symptoms: Stage-III COPD makes it difficult for you to breathe while completing everyday tasks (e.g. dressing, toileting, and grooming).
  4. Extreme COPD-More Symptoms: The final and most severe stage of COPD is stage-IV. Even when resting or sitting, you may have shortness of breath in the last stages of COPD. Heart or lung failure may potentially result from COPD in stage IV.

Most Stage-IV COPD patients require more oxygen. But it can also be used if the patient notices greater shortness of breath or if the oxygen level in their blood falls below 90% on a regular pulse oximeter. Right-sided heart failure can be avoided with enough oxygen.  

According to the Canadian Lung Association (CLA), carbon monoxide levels are cut in half compared to smokers after quitting smoking for eight hours. Therefore, if you stop smoking, your breathing will significantly improve within 2–7 months.

Ensure a clean and smoke-free environment, help with prescribed medications, encourage regular exercise within their limits, provide a well-balanced diet, and keep regular check-ups with healthcare professionals.

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