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Bayshore Home Health

1512 Fort St, Victoria, BC V8S 5J2
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Care & Company Ltd

244 Richmond Ave, Victoria, BC V8S 3X8
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Harmony Health Care Ltd

2753 Charlotte Rd, Cowichan Valley, BC V9L 5J2
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A1 People Care Ltd

Saanich, BC V8P 2L5
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Qualicare South Island

6315 Clear View Rd, Victoria, BC V8Y 2R3
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Care & Company Ltd

Chef On The Run

Home Instead Senior Care

Medi-Van Canada Inc

M J Home Care

Saint Francis Manor By The Sea

Sidney Senior Day Care & Educational Centre

Unique Home Health Care

Beacon Community Services

Comfort Keepers

Island Home Care

Marycare Support Services Ltd

Nurse Next Door

Oak Bay Senior Care Ltd

Saint Elizabeth Health Care

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Home health care in Victoria BC

Recovering from an accident can leave you feeling out of place in your own home as you struggle with daily tasks that you once took for granted. Perhaps you lack the time and resources to fully take care of someone’s medical and physical needs. Your search for a home health care worker or nursing care at home services usually begins at the hospital or after consulting your family doctor.  


Tips to find home health care in Victoria BC

  • Referrals: The geriatric ward of your local hospital or your doctor will be able to refer you to homecare specialists. Ask your doctor or hospital discharge planner the responsibilities of a home health care worker in Victoria BC and what their job entails. You should in turn explain what you are expecting from an at home nurse or health care provider and how they can facilitate your day to day activities.
  • Screening: When interviewing potential home health care providers or at home nurses, ask about the caregivers’ skills set and what kind of experience they have. Ask if they will be the regular home health care provider of if there will be a rotation with other nurses. Ask about their liability insurance and worker’s compensation. Ask about their daily or nightly availabilities and where extra costs will be applied. If you are dealing with a home healthcare agency in Victoria BC, ask about their screening process. Cross reference that information with the better business bureau.
  • Get a plan: Once you have settled on a list of potential home health care professionals or at home nurses, ask them to devise a clear plan and budget of the services they will be offering you. This plan should include the medical equipment that will be used and which prescription drugs will be administered. The plan should also clearly indicate what kind of meal plan or diet will be followed. You should feel comfortable and at ease with the home healthcare provider you choose.    
 
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