Comprehensive In-Home Care for Alzheimer's and Related Dementia Patients

Alzheimer's disease is the most widely recognized type of dementia and is a progressive and degenerative brain disease. What you do not know is that dementia is not a single condition. It is a common term used to identify a group of symptoms specific to memory loss and other cognitive impairments, severe often to interfere with the everyday activities of your loved one.

When your loved one has Alzheimer's or another type of dementia, it can take a significant toll on your own physical and emotional well-being to care for them.

You can trust Arcadia Home Care to make your loved one's life and yours much simpler and more enjoyable, as the leading industry leaders in Alzheimer's and dementia care.

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Our Approach to In-Home Care

We know that Alzheimer's and dementia care requires a personalized approach. Each patient has unique needs, habits, preferences, and challenges, and their requirements may change over time. As a family member, you may also have your own needs, preferences, concerns, and financial considerations.

Our experienced nurses will help you address these questions and develop a specialized Dementia Home Care Plan tailored to your family's specific circumstances. We provide easy-to-use online tools and in-home reports, allowing you to monitor our services and stay informed about your loved one's care.

We also work closely with you to maximize private and publicly-funded health insurance coverage, ensuring that you receive the best possible care within your financial means.

We carefully match seniors with caregivers who are not only experienced and qualified but also genuinely passionate about providing exceptional care. Over the past 18 years, we have learned that the difference between good dementia care and excellent care often lies in the details.

Specialized Care Plans

Long Term Experienced Caregivers

Communication at Every Step

Our in-home care services for Alzheimer's and related dementia patients are tailored to each individual's unique needs, ensuring personalized care and attention.

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Personal Care

Assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting.

Medication Management

Ensuring timely administration of medications and monitoring for potential side effects.

Safety Supervision

Regular checks and preventative measures to reduce the risk of falls and other accidents.

Emotional Support

Providing companionship and emotional support to patients and their families.

Cognitive Stimulation

Engaging activities designed to help maintain cognitive function, such as memory games, puzzles, and reminiscing.

Household Support

Light housekeeping duties such as cleaning, laundry, and organization.

Mobility Assistance

Helping patients with mobility, transfers, and range-of-motion exercises.

Nutrition Support

Meal planning, preparation, and assistance with eating, tailored to individual dietary needs and preferences.


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Yes, we have a diverse group of trained PSWs and Nurses who speak various languages such as Tagalog, Hindi, Farsi, Portuguese, Italian, and Mandarin, etc.

We offer services in Toronto, GTA, Brampton, Mississauga, Pickering, Markham, Vaughan, Ajax, Oshawa, Niagara, Orillia, Barrie and Thunder Bay.

Our cost is dependent on the complexity of care, the type of service, and the care plan as well as any applicable insurance coverage. An individual with more complex health care needs or an individual who cannot direct their own care will require a staff member with more knowledge and experience, and therefore the cost will be higher.

In Ontario, the former designations of health care aid, homemaker, attendant, etc., were all replaced by the category of worker known as a Personal Support Worker (PSW). PSW receives an average of six months of training – three to four months in the classroom and two months of internship or practical experience. Some receive additional training in Rehabilitation and Restorative Care and care of the person with Alzheimer's Disease. A Registered Nurse will do an initial assessment to identify risk factors, develop a Care Plan, and provide ongoing supervision for the PSW'S. Other health care professionals are employed (or requested through the local Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)) as required to meet individual needs. This may include a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Foot Care Registered Nurse, or Registered Practical Nurse.

At Arcadia Home Care, we carefully assess the needs of each individual and match them with a qualified PSW, who can best meet their needs in terms of personality, language, and culture. Sometimes we will employ a student who is upgrading or retraining as a PSW but who has valuable previous experience with certification from another province or the United States. These employees include nurses, physicians, and nursing aides who have been foreign-trained.