To learn more about what Ohana Care offers, select the box that best describes you:
Watch the video above to understand what home care looks like and the impactful relationships built between a caregiver, the client, and the family.
Our experienced caregivers can accompany you, your elderly parent, or a loved one in taking walks, chatting, playing cards, grocery shopping, and other social interaction-related activities. Learn More
We utilize the Best Friends Approach™ during our dementia care service, a recognized approach to relationships with adults with dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Learn More
Upon leaving the hospital, we can ensure a discharge plan is put in place, and our care team is there to help assist you with a smooth transition.
We can provide you or your family with foot care services that will assess and treat any foot-related issues. Learn More
Trained staff that will help with meal preparation once a day or for the entire week so you or your aging loved one can maintain a nutritious diet.
Alberta Health provides some free care services for home care and health care. Typically, this free care does not cover the entire cost, and it is up to you, your loved one or Financial Aid Resources to ensure the fees are paid. Visit the Government of Alberta website for more information.
Home care varies in cost depending on the services you need and the amount of care you require. If you are interested in learning more about a particular service and its price, please contact us.
When you receive nursing care in an assisted living facility or nursing home, you’re required to permanently move out of your current residence and into a senior homecare facility. In-home care allows you to appreciate the comfort of your own home while still getting the support that you need.