Alzheimer's Care Vancouver

If Alzheimer’s disease impacts you or your loved one, trust Ohana Care for dedicated in-home care support. Our specialized Alzheimer’s care is tailored to enrich the lives of those with Alzheimer’s or dementia, ensuring they can maintain a lifestyle that is rewarding and fulfilling.

What is Alzheimer’s Care?

Alzheimer's care is specialized support provided by certified caregivers to help those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. This support addresses their unique needs and challenges to enhance their overall well-being. At Ohana Care, our Alzheimer’s home care service is designed to help you or your loved one with memory loss maintain a fulfilling and positive life.

Thousands of Canadians are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. MP Fortin joined Global News Calgary with information on detecting and dealing with the illness.

Your Trusted Alzheimer’s Services in Vancouver, BC

All Alzheimer’s caregivers at Ohana Care have experience delivering specialized care and adhere to best practices tailored to the unique requirements of those dealing with memory loss. Whether in a home setting or a residential care facility, we offer the following services designed to meet the needs of individuals with Alzheimer's in Vancouver, British Columbia:

  • Bathing
  • Supervision
  • Personal care
  • Light housekeeping

Signs You Or Your Loved One Need Support with Alzheimer’s


Engaging in repetitive tasks, like watching the same television shows/movies or having recurring conversations.


Difficulty initiating new activities and struggling to engage independently in familiar tasks.

Mood/ Personality Changes

Encountering depression, agitation, anxiety, confusion, or becoming easily flustered when facing unusual situations.


Declining engagement in previously enjoyed activities or social interactions.


Going out alone, struggling to find the way home, or inadequately dressing for the weather.

Why Choose Ohana Care Alzheimer’s Services for Elders?

Ohana Care is a locally-owned business that prioritizes our clients' unique needs. We strive to deliver the best possible care for you or your loved one.

Compassionate Care

We are committed to delivering compassionate care for those with Alzheimer’s disease. Our caregivers become companions by taking the time to understand you or your loved ones:

  • Care needs
  • Family dynamics
  • Sources of happiness
  • Triggers
  • Lifestyle preferences

Our dedicated care providers engage seniors in diverse events and activities, whether at home or in a day facility. Their efforts aim to foster heightened joy, a sense of belonging, and overall satisfaction while simultaneously enhancing emotional, physical, and social well-being.

Enforced Alzheimer’s Disease Bill Of Rights

Everyone, regardless of their diagnosis, is entitled to the same standard of living as any other individual in Canada. Our services are backed by this Bill of Rights, ensuring unwavering support, respect, and value for you or your loved one.

  • To be informed of one’s diagnosis.
  • To have appropriate, ongoing medical care.
  • To be treated as an adult, listened to, and afforded respect for one’s feelings & point of view.
  • To be with individuals who know one’s life story, including cultural and spiritual traditions.
  • To experience meaningful engagement throughout the day.
  • To live in a stimulating and safe environment.

  • To be outdoors on a regular basis.
  • To be free from psychotropic medications whenever possible.
  • To have welcomed physical contact, including hugging, caressing, and handholding.
  • To be an advocate for oneself and others.
  • To be part of a local, global, or online community.
  • To have care partners well-trained in complex dementia care.

Qualified Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Our most valuable resource is our dedicated and compassionate team of caregivers. Our caregivers have years of experience providing seniors with quality in-home memory care services. Additionally, they work hard to create strong relationships with seniors who are living with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.

You can trust our team to provide high-quality service and alleviate any confusion or worries you or your loved one may have.

How to Hire an In-Home Alzheimer’s Care Professional

Call or Email Us

Reach out, and we will get back to you on the same day.

Meet a Community Manager

We assess your personal care needs and discuss how we can help.

Get Paired with an HCA or LPN

We base it on personal preferences, location, and needs.

Our Seniors Alzheimer’s Care Intake Process

If you or your loved one requires dementia care, contact us, and we will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss the next steps and book an initial assessment. During the assessment, we will create a personalized care plan that is aligned with your current lifestyle and pair you with an Alzheimer's caregiver that you trust.

Additional Resources

Alzheimer Society

The Alzheimer Society of British Columbia is here to offer local support for those with Alzheimer's. They strive to ensure individuals with Alzheimer's have seamless access to high-quality care, education, and ongoing support throughout their unique journey.

Out-of-Home Respite Care

We can provide you or your family member with out-of-home services, such as grocery shopping, cooking healthy meals, walking, or other important daily tasks to support your specific needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

We believe one of the best ways to support friends or family members who are displaying early signs of Alzheimer’s is by actively listening to them, empowering them with a sense of control of the situation, and simplifying the support process into manageable steps. If these strategies are not working, you may want to consider seeking professional assistance. Above all, please remember that every person with Alzheimer’s has unique needs and preferences, making it essential to be flexible and adjust the approach as needed.

Once the disease’s warning signs become more apparent and the individual's symptoms are more severe, they will require more support. The stage at which the individual will need full-time care depends on the individual; however, it is commonly during the moderate to severe stages of the disease. If you’re unsure whether or not you or your loved one should be receiving full-time care, feel free to speak with one of our experts.

No, we do not recommend leaving someone with Alzheimer’s alone for their own safety. Additionally, leaving them alone may inflict confusion, frustration, anxiety, or stress.

Trust Ohana Care With Your Dementia Care Services

Rely on Ohana Care Vancouver to help you or your loved one navigate through the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease while enhancing your quality of life. If you’re prepared to take the first step in seeking support, fill out the form below.

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(604) 449-2200


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