Seniors have built valuable connections in their neighbourhoods. Therefore, it is difficult for them to say goodbye to the place they have called home for many years.
Seniors want to be able to stay close to family and friends, and maintain autonomy over their daily lives. With home care, seniors can continue to enjoy the lifestyle they have become accustomed to, while receiving personalized support.
At ConsidraCare, our caregivers are triple screened, fully bonded, and equipped with the skills necessary to deliver the best quality care.
Senior care homes are very costly in Toronto and have limited capacity. Seniors often end up on long waiting lists, while battling serious health conditions.
With our home care service, seniors can age comfortably in their own homes, with the support of a one-to-one care professional. At-home caregivers are able to focus their full attention on your elderly loved one. This ensures their care needs are met to their exact specifications.
ConsidraCare caregivers also offer seniors companionship so that they may always have a shoulder to lean on.
A care professional will assess your elderly loved one's care needs to create a personalized care plan. Seniors are carefully matched to a caregiver based on their likelihood of becoming a bonded pair. At ConsidraCare, we believe that delivering the highest quality care is not possible without first establishing relationships of trust and mutual understanding between caregivers and clients.
Our care team conducts monthly reviews to update seniors' care plans. By staying on top of your loved one's needs, our caregivers are able to provide the best quality care. We use input from families and caregivers when making any changes. Families are always encouraged to voice their concerns, and may seek additional support from our 24/7 care staff.
Our care team makes regular updates to your loved one’s care plan based on their changing care needs
Our platform allows families to track task completion in real-time and make suggestions to caregivers accordingly
Our support team is always available to families in need of advice, whether that be conflict management or financial planning
We have open caregiving jobs in and around Toronto, and are always looking to expand our team.
As a ConsidraCare caregiver, you will be expected to administer medicine, help seniors get to and from the bathroom, provide bathing assistance, offer mobility support, and occasionally, prepare meals.
Interested in working with us? Our application process is simple and only takes a few moments to complete.
8 Taber Rd. Etobicoke, ON M9W 3A4
A seniors' service that provides a secure and welcoming environment for older individuals (55+) from various cultures to meet. Aims to prevent social isolation among 'at risk' seniors, encourages the formation of social networks, and improves health and wellness.
65 Hinton Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6Z8
A recreation centre for adults aged 60 and over that offers social activities, educational opportunities, and support services. The majority of activities are offered on a weekly basis. Some activities include bingo, bridge, choir, cribbage, darts, euchre, and ballroom line dancing.
629 Markham Rd, Scarborough, ON M1H 2A4
Provides a complete schedule of activities for seniors 55 and over. These may include bingo, yoga, arts and crafts workshops, day trips, group restaurant hopping, movie viewings, exercise activities, and choir.
Numerous organizations in Canada offer live-in care, but at excessively high rates. At ConsidraCare, we strive to offer affordable senior home care services without sacrificing quality. We provide a variety of price options and plans that can be altered to suit the needs of elderly loved ones.
For those who are unable to care for themselves and find it challenging to carry out their daily duties, home care services are offered. This service is ideal for elderly people who require round-the-clock supervision and assistance due to a chronic illness, an injury, or mobility concerns.
You might be eligible to claim three non-refundable tax credits on your tax return: the credit for dependents who are infirm, the caregiver tax credit, and the family caregiver tax credit. If you provide care and support for a family member, there are now three potential non-refundable caregiver credits available under the tax system. These credits are meant to reimburse a portion of the occasionally necessary out-of-pocket costs incurred by caregivers; nevertheless, the rules for using them are sometimes unclear and complicated. Learn more.