For over a decade, Home Instead Senior Care that been part of the Etobicoke landscape, providing seniors and family caregivers with support. Brenda Enright, the Franchise Owner, and our team have assisted hundreds, if not thousands of families, who require care ranging from a few hours a week to those that have more complex needs like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and palliative care. Our commitment to changing the face of ageing has garnered us the Diamond Award, by the Etobicoke Guardian, for the last eleven consecutive years. We have several other accolades under our belt, including Service Coordinator of the Year, our Education Coordinator was pronounced an Urban Hero and currently our CAREGiver Patty is on the ballot as a Health Hero, recognizing individuals who act or advocate for the improvement of people’s health or the access to it. We have deep roots in the community working in partnership with many local organizations including ESS Support Services, Store Front Humber and Trillium Health Partners. Our philanthropy extends to sponsorships of community fundraising efforts like ESS’s Dine for Dignity, Give 65 and Be a Santa to a Senior. We also pride ourselves on being thought leaders and additionally our Education Coordinator supports many local seniors’ residences, community professionals and family caregivers by providing free educational workshops on a variety of care needs. Our service model is predicated on the values Build Trust, Take the Lead and Share Your Heart, because to us it’s personal!
We can tailor a home care arrangement to fit both your family's lifestyle and budget.
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When you need in-home care, look to Home Instead Senior Care®
When my Mom was diagnosed with dementia, I was at a loss as to how to help her. I can't say enough about the care and compassion she has received from her caregiver. She has been such an important part of my Mom's life though the declining stages of this terrible disease. Mom regularly called this CAREGiver her guardian angel and I agree wholeheartedly.
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