In-Home Senior Dementia Care Vancouver

If you or your loved one has dementia, you can trust Ohana Care's at-home dementia care services for additional support. Our dementia care services are designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals living with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, helping them lead more fulfilling and satisfying lives.

What is Dementia Care?

Often, those living with dementia experience changes in their personality and disorientation that can significantly affect their quality of life. With dementia elderly care, we can provide additional support and help you or your loved one regain a sense of belonging through various care activities.

Your Trusted Dementia Services In The Vancouver Area

At Ohana Care, we know how to assist with all types of dementia. We follow best practices in caring for your loved ones’ specific needs through the following services:

  • Light housekeeping
  • Personal care
  • Social interactions

Signs You Or Your Loved One Needs Dementia Support


Repeating activities or stories and refusing to do anything but one familiar task.


Forgetting how to play their favourite games or routine daily tasks.


Constantly fidgeting, humming, losing patience, pacing, or looking for a way to escape a room/location.


Refusing to leave home unless mandatory for appointments and isolating themselves from visitors.


Leaving their house secretly or alone without the appropriate weather garments and can't find their way back home.

Why Choose Ohana Care Dementia Services?

At Ohana Care, we always support you or your loved one with the best care possible.

Compassionate Care

Our caregivers are dedicated to offering compassionate care to those living with dementia. Ohana caregivers will be a companion to you or your loved one by understanding your:

  • What upsets them
  • What makes them happy
  • Their care needs
  • Their families
  • Their preferences

Our best friend care providers encourage seniors to participate in events and activities both in a seniors facility and in their private residence. These activities include promoting physical, social, and emotional well-being while enhancing joy and a sense of belonging.

Enforced Dementia Bill Of Rights

In Canada, we follow the Dementia Bill of Rights to ensure you live the same life as every Canadian, regardless of your unique situation. The following is the Bill of Rights we follow to ensure we value, support, and protect you or your loved one while in our care.

  • 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 safe and stimulating 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 Dementia Caregivers

At Ohana Care, our passionate caregivers are here to support you or your loved one throughout your entire dementia journey.

Our caregivers have extensive experience providing in-home memory loss care for seniors living with dementia. From understanding warning signs, reducing anxiety, assisting with confusion, and more, our caregivers know how to support all forms of dementia and work hard to help those affected by dementia.

How to Hire an In-Home Care Professional

Call or Email Us

Contact us, and we will get back to you on the same day.

Meet a Community Manager

We’ll assess personal care needs and discuss how we can assist you.

Get Paired with an HCA or LPN

We pair you with an HCA or LPN based on location, needs, and personal preferences.

Dementia Care Intake Process

If you or your loved one require dementia care, reach out to Ohana Care. We will contact you and book a meeting with you for an initial assessment and discuss the next steps. In this appointment, we will create a personalized care plan based on your familiar tasks and daily routines.

If you, your aging parent, or your loved one needs in-home Alzheimer's care, we will help you find an experienced caregiver you can trust.

Additional Resources

Alzheimer Society

Gain local support for all types of dementia from the Alzheimer Society of BC. They work to ensure that people impacted by dementia have access to high-quality education, care, and support throughout their journey of impact.

Out-of-Home Respite Care

If you or your family member need assistance with grocery shopping, going on walks, or other essential errands, our caregivers can provide out-of-home respite care.

Frequently Asked Questions

At Ohana Care, we believe the best care for individuals with dementia is care provided by compassionate caregivers who support dementia patients with their daily tasks and support them through varying symptoms while adhering to the principles outlined in the Dementia Bill of Rights. This combination ensures seniors receive high-quality support as they navigate through the various stages of dementia.

The best place for someone living with dementia depends on the stage of their dementia. As a standard rule of thumb, those with dementia are encouraged to stay in their home for as long as possible, typically with a caregiver. Once memory loss starts to interfere with day-to-day tasks, it's important for patients to receive more support in senior living facilities.

The seven stages of dementia are:

  1. No memory deficit
  2. Slight cognitive decline
  3. Mild cognitive impairment
  4. Moderate cognitive decline
  5. Moderate dementia
  6. Severe cognitive decline
  7. Severe dementia

Trust Ohana Care With Your Dementia Care Services

Ohana Care ensures that you or your loved one is supported with the best care to maximize overall health and well-being. Once you're ready to take the next step in gaining additional support, please fill out our contact form.

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(604) 449-2200


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