Our caregivers take great care providing palliative patients with in-home care that supports individual care needs. With end-of-life care at home, we can help you with laundry, taking medications, food preparation, and emotional or spiritual support.
Whether you or your loved one needs support with errands, grocery shopping, exercise, or prescriptions, our caregivers will provide you with out-of-home assistance.
Our caregivers are specially trained to understand the diverse changes that can occur throughout the last weeks of life so they can support you with the necessary care to meet your personal needs.
Ohana caregivers will be there for you if you need around-the-clock care or support once a week. We are committed to providing you or your loved one with the necessary care to meet your needs.
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Our management will build a care plan based on your healthcare needs.
Match with an HCA or LPN based on your needs, location, and personal preferences.
The four types of palliative care offered in Canada are in a personal residence, hospice, care centre, or a hospital. At Ohana Care, we provide palliative care in the comfort of your home or care centre.
Palliative care is support given to those with under one year left to live. So, those who receive palliative care typically pass on within this time frame.
Doctors will recommend palliative care if you or your loved one suffers from a life-threatening illness or other serious illness such as heart failure. These health professionals want you to remain as comfortable as possible in the end stage of life, which is why they recommend getting proper medical assistance through supportive palliative care.