There are a variety of options for individualized senior care in Toronto, which can assist your loved one in maintaining their independence for as long as possible.
From companionship to live-in care, ConsidraCare provides a wide range of services for its clients. We believe that senior citizens, elderly people, and their families should have the right to choose the type of care they desire on the schedule that is most convenient for them. You can count on ConsidraCare to be there when you need us the most, whether you require assistance for a few hours each day or around the clock.
ConsidraCare offers in-home caregiving services provided by caregivers who have completed extensive professional training. By offering trustworthy and cost-effective care, it is our mission to improve the quality of life of the elderly people we serve as well as their families.
Live-in care is the best option for seniors who want to age in place because it satisfies their desire to receive care while remaining in the familiar surroundings of their own homes. Seniors and elderly individuals who require support around the clock are able to continue living in their homes far into their golden years with the assistance of our trained professional live-in caregivers. When seniors in Toronto need high-quality live-in care, they turn to our team of caring specialists.
Senior care in Toronto for those who do not require assistance and monitoring around the clock may find that hourly senior care is the most suitable alternative for them. With the help of a trained live-in caregiver, you or a loved one can continue to live on your own in the familiar and safe environment of your own home
We are dedicated to offering reasonably priced in-home long-term care that is of a higher quality than that which is offered in assisted living facilities, all the while ensuring that the people who deliver the service are treated with inclusivity and that families have peace of mind.
We make life easier for families by supplying them and their caregivers with the technological tools necessary to stay connected, foster transparency in care, and promote the development of a respectful and professional care delivery environment in the homes of their loved ones.
This includes offering hygienic services and helping people enter and exit restrooms. Advanced care, such as incontinence care, also fall under this category.
This includes, but is not limited to, offering assistance with walking and with the use of wheelchairs, walkers, and canes. To lessen the danger of falls, caregivers will also make sure that these products are accessible to the clients.
Meal preparation encompasses all activities, from making a shopping list, planning meals, and going grocery shopping, to cooking and serving meals to your loved ones. If necessary, the caregivers will provide help with feeding.
This includes support with taking medications as directed by a doctor as well as reminders to take them. Families should talk to their pharmacists about blister packs so that the right amount of medicine is given according to the doctor's instructions.
Companionship and taking part in activities that increase satisfaction for the person receiving care are examples of this. This also entails supporting and fostering social activities.
To improve cleanliness, safety, and the health of the tenants, this includes light cleaning and maintaining the house’s tidiness. This can also involve folding and doing the laundry for the loved one.
Assistance with getting ready for bed at night includes help with getting dressed, brushing teeth, removing dentures and hearing aids, making the bed, and other tasks. Additionally, night care includes assistance with restroom needs.
This involves scheduling doctor appointments, planning social activities, and keeping track of crucial dates.