"On behalf of the Hospital’s Patient Service Group of Family Medicine and Community Services I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation at our 10th Annual Celebration of Diversity day. The display you provided was excellent and definitely resourceful for our community and the hospital. We thank you for taking the time from your busy schedule to attend this event and look forward to your continued support in years to come. "
- Seemi - Program Assistant Family Medicine and Community Services
No our clients are not bound to a contract. We have service agreements which outline the care plan particulars and request the client give reasonable notice (two weeks in most cases) for changes to services.
There are many available elderly care options - Personal Care, Companionship, Respite, Livein Care - we even specialize in Alzheimer Care and Dementia Care. Whatever your senior care needs, we are here to help and can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week
We provide free, home care assessment interviews which give us a clear picture of your needs. We hope you'll find all of the information you'll need to make important decisions regarding care for seniors - for yourself or a loved one.
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Welcome to premier homecare services
Our in home care allows seniors to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
We provide compassionate care at home and personalize eldercare services designed to help seniors and their families with important decisions through life's transitions.
We carefully match our caregivers to your specific homecare needs and personally introduce you to each new caregiver.
New web sites for people living with chronic disease
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