Developing A Support Plan
Step 1. Get in touch
A Doctor may recommend private Home Care such as Independent Quality Home Care, there by making it possible to claim a portion of it in your tax return at the end of the year, please refer to link in Resource Tab to see what people living with disabilities may claim.
Contact your local Community Health Centre and ask for assistance, there is a minimal amount of funded Home Care available from a Public Agency, Independent Quality Home Care provides private care for anything the Public Agencies cannot provide, and we will do just what it is you want done, so start making a list.
Call us directly on 604-725-9014 or contact us via this website about the best way to access the care you need as soon as you need it.
Step 2. Assessment
A visiting coordinator will meet with you at your home or at the hospital or institution to establish a connection and get to know you and your needs and allow you to get to know more about our services. A family member or friend may represent you and be present if required to help optimise support.
Step 3. Creation of a Support Plan
When an understanding of individual needs has been established, we put together a support plan we work alongside Doctors and/or other health care professionals to determine the steps to take to help maximize independence.
Step 4. Assign a Schedule and a Personal Support Worker
A schedule to suit individual needs is established and a personal support worker will be assigned to the schedule, compatibility is key to a good care plan, if for any reason compatibility is a concern, another worker will be available for you to choose from. As part of the Support Plan we will also work with a nurse and/or any health care professionals that may be required to help you stay safe & happy.
Step 5. Working for you
Your support worker will get to know you, care for you, and work with you to help you plan and achieve your goals.
Ready to get started? Contact us today for a free assessment!
A no obligation free assessment, at home or in a hospital, gives us an opportunity to get to know one another, and helps give an understanding of individual needs and identify any special needs.