The Interior Health Home Support Program offers care options that provide independence, choice and dignity for seniors and adults with disabilities, including:
- Nursing and aid to help seniors remain independent in their own homes
- Adult day programs
- Assisted living
- Residential care
Home Care Nursing – Advanced wound care, community IV therapy and other nursing supports for clients in the community. Primarily provided at our Ambulatory Nursing Clinic on the second floor of Queen Victoria Hospital. Appointment necessary.
Palliative Care Program – Includes home care nursing monitoring, access to palliative care equipment and supplies, and access to the Hospice Palliative Care Room at Mt. Cartier Court.
Case Management – for clients at home who need support with Home Support, Adult Day Program, bathing, meal programs or access to respite beds, Assisted Living and Residential Care. Clients are screened by an intake nurse and if appropriate and consenting, undergo an assessment. Services are based on outcomes generated. Fees are based on financial assessment.
Transition Liaison – Referrals for complex discharge (from hospital care) planning involving community services.
Speak with your family physician about a referral for yourself or a loved one to the Home Support program.