Our team of experienced caregivers is equipped to offer exceptional palliative care, no matter the unique circumstances.
Our caregivers are available to provide ongoing assistance, whether you need it on a weekly basis or require 24-hour support.
At Ohana Care, we focus on providing a palliative care program that supports all aspects of your health and wellness.
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Our management will build a care plan based on your personal health care needs.
Match with an LPN or HCA based on your needs, personal preference, and location.
Palliative care in Alberta is offered in four settings, including a:
At Ohana Care, we provide private palliative care services at a care centre or in your loved one’s home. If you live in Edmonton and are in a hospital like Grey Nuns Community Hospital, Alberta Health Services will administer your care in their tertiary palliative care unit.
Palliative care is a service provided to individuals upon receiving a terminal illness diagnosis, with care provided from diagnosis until end-of-life. It is also a type of end-of-life care provided when an individual is nearing the end of their life.
Palliative care is commonly provided shortly after an individual is diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Palliative care is a continuous care service designed for those living with a severe illness, such as advanced cancer. Hospice care is generally provided to those in their final six months of life. The primary difference between the two is the duration and type of care provided.