Compassionate In-Home Palliative Care for Enhanced Quality of Life

Palliative care is a holistic approach aimed at alleviating pain and improving the quality of life for individuals living with chronic diseases or those nearing the end of life. Hospice palliative care is suitable for anyone, regardless of their diagnosis, prognosis, or age, who has unmet needs or requires additional support while facing a life-threatening illness.

Palliative home care focuses on providing comfort and dignity for the patient while addressing their physical, psychological, social, cultural, emotional, and spiritual needs. Relief from pain and other symptoms is a vital aspect of palliative care, ensuring the patient and their family can fully focus on their well-being and quality of life.

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Our Approach to In-Home Care

At Arcadia Home Care, we understand that each palliative care patient possesses distinct needs and preferences, and that family members have their own concerns, needs, and financial factors to consider.

Our seasoned nurses will assist you in addressing these questions and creating a customized Palliative Home Care Plan tailored to your family's particular situation. Arcadia Home Care offers user-friendly online tools and in-home reports, enabling you to keep track of our services and remain informed about your loved one's care.

We also collaborate closely with you to optimize private and publicly-funded health insurance coverage, guaranteeing that you receive the highest quality care within your financial capacity.

One of the key aspects that distinguishes us is our impressive staff retention rates. We meticulously match patients with caregivers who are not only experienced and qualified but also genuinely dedicated to delivering exceptional care. Over time, we have discovered that the difference between good palliative care and excellent care frequently resides in the finer details.

If you're searching for a caregiver who specializes in providing personalized palliative home care, contact us today to experience the difference that Arcadia Home Care can make in the lives of your loved ones.

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:

Pain And Symptom Management

Assistance with medication administration and non-pharmacological interventions to alleviate pain and discomfort.

Spiritual Care

Addressing the spiritual needs and concerns of the patient and their family, respecting their beliefs and values.

Psychological Support

Helping patients and families cope with the emotional challenges of a life-limiting illness.

Emotional Support

Providing companionship and emotional support to patients and their families.

Advance Care Planning

Guiding patients and families through discussions about their preferences for future care.

Coordination Of Care

Collaborating with healthcare professionals to ensure seamless and comprehensive care delivery.


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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.