WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF CARE?

 

Supportive living is for residents who want to live in a community setting. People who reside in supportive living enjoy the convenience of meals, light weekly housekeeping and linen service. A 24-hour personal response system as well as some recreational and social programs are also included as part of the reasonable monthly rate.

Designated supportive living offers 24-hour support by a personal care aide and licensed practical nurse. Residents are referred to designated supportive living through Alberta Health Services, following an assessment by a health care professional.

Long-term care offers a variety of specialized programs designed to enhance quality of life for individuals with complex health needs who are unable to remain at home or in a supportive living centre. Nursing and personal care and support are available around-the-clock. Professional staff work as an interdisciplinary team to implement individualized care plans that ensure residents get the best care possible.

Independent living offers seniors and adults with disabilities limited support services in an independent community setting. Rental apartments and life lease are for independent seniors and adults with disabilities who want to enjoy an active, independent lifestyle.

Hospice Care provides health care and other services to residents who are near the end of their lives. Its purpose is not to hasten or prolong death but to enhance the quality of the resident’s remaining life by providing peace and comfort.

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