Home and Community Care

Offers short or long term, at home or in the community

Home and Community Care

Home and Community Care services provide a range of health care and support services to people who have acute, chronic, palliative or rehabilitative health care needs.

You may require these services if you:

  • Are released from hospital and need short-term care
  • Have an ongoing, or chronic, health issue requiring more care than you or you family can provide
  • Have a health issue that is getting worse and you need support to continue to live at home
  • Have a health issue that is making it impossible for you to continue to live at home safely

Visit the Options page to learn more about the services we offer under different scenarios.

Who’s eligible? You must meet citizenship and residency requirements to accessthese services.

Visit the eligibility page to learn more.

Is there a cost? Some services are provided free of charge and others include a fee that is based on your income.

Read the Costs page to learn more.

How do I access these services? Read the Accessing Services page for more information.
Home and Community Care services

Acquired Brain Injury For people who have suffered braininjury due to trauma, stroke, brain tumor, aneurysm or other issues. Learn more about Acquired Brain Injury services. Health Services for Community Living This service helps adults with developmental disabilities access health services. It alsoprovides theircaregivers and families with support and training. Learn more about Health Services for Community Living
Adult Day Services These are supportive community group programs for adults with disabilities and seniors. Learn more about Adult Day Services Home Care Nursing Provides professional nursing care in your home or in the community including education and referrals to other services. Learn more about Home Care Nursing

Ambulatory Home Care Nursing Clinics These clinics provide a broad range of services to people who require nursing treatment and education in self-care management. Learn more about these clinics

Home Health Equipment and Supplies Helps you access equipment, such as walkers, bath seats, wheelchairs or lifts. Learn more about Home Health Equipment and Supplies


Assisted Living Is a housing and care option for seniors or people with physical disabilities who can benefit from more social interaction and help with meals and personal care. Learn more about Assisted Living Home Support Provides support foryou and your caregivers in yourdaily living activities including bathing, dressing, exercising, medication administration and more. Learn more about Home Support

Caregiver Support This program gives caregivers support for the emotional and physical demands of caring for a friend or relative. Learn more about Caregiver Support

Hospice Palliative Care Hospice palliative care provides comfort and quality of life care for people and their families living with life limiting illness. Learn more about Hospice Palliative Care

Community Nutrition Provides you and your family with nutritional counseling for a wide variety of health conditions. Learn more about Community Nutrition

Occupational and Physical Therapy Provides you and your family with support to improve your functional and physical abilities.We can also help youset up your home to make it safer and easier for you to get around. Learn more about Occupational and Physical Therapy

Case Management Case managers work with you and your family to develop a care plan that will meet your health care needs in the community, arrange for services and identify costs for these services.

Learn more about Case Management

Residential Care Provides 24-hour registered nursing, professional care and a secure environment for individuals who have complex health needs. Learn more about Residential Care

Convalescent Care Is short-term care that is available for people who have been in hospital and no longer require acute hospital care but need more time to recover. Learn more about Convalescent Care