Ohana Care offers in-home services for you or your loved one who needs palliative care in the comfort of your private residence or retirement facility.
To help with errands, shopping, or light exercise like walking, Ohana Care can provide you or your family member with out-of-home care.
Our expert caregivers provide extraordinary palliative care to our patients, regardless of unique circumstances.
Whether you need once-a-week care or 24-hour support, our caregivers can assist you in ensuring all of your needs are met.
At Ohana Care, we will focus on providing you with services that you need to help support all aspects of your health and wellness.
Contact us, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Our management will build a care plan based on your health care needs.
Match with an HCA or LPN based on your location, needs, and personal preferences.
In Alberta, the four types of palliative care are in a personal residence, hospital, care centre or hospice. Ohana Care can provide palliative care services in your loved one's home or at a care centre. If you’re living in Edmonton and are in a hospital, like Grey Nuns Community Hospital, your care will be provided by Alberta Health Services in a tertiary palliative care unit.
Palliative care is a service provided when individuals first learn they have a terminal illness. This care can last from the moment of diagnosis to the end of life. Whereas end-of-life care is a form of palliative care that can be received when the individual is closer to the end of life.
Palliative care is typically provided soon after an individual is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.
Palliative care is ongoing care for those living with a serious illness such as advanced cancer. Hospice care is typically offered for those reaching their last six months of living. The main difference between these two is time and treatment.