The Montréal Home Care Service
Whether your loved one needs assistance with daily tasks or round-the-clock care, we can help. Our service is affordable and flexible. You can book services on our website or app. Caregivers digitally check-in and checkout so you can keep in contact with them at all times during the booking window.
Whether you need help with cooking, cleaning, or just companionship, montreal home care service are less expensive than other senior care options. However, the costs of these services vary widely and depend on the level of care required. For example, a live-in caregiver may cost $1,900 to $3,500 per month. This includes room and board, as well as the care provided by the caregiver.
The Quebec population is aging faster than the current long-term care residence system can handle, and most seniors want to stay at home as they age. The government must allow them to do so by developing and promoting a home care network that is financially sound.
Home care services are less expensive than other senior care alternatives, but they still require a substantial investment. Hiring a personal care worker through an agency costs between $20 and $30 per hour. Some agencies also offer cheaper rates for more hours. Registered nurses, on the other hand, cost between $40 and $69 an hour.
Over 98% of seniors want to remain at home and we make it possible. Our services can range from a few hours a week to around-the-clock care. Whether your loved one needs help with cooking or bathing, we can meet your family’s unique home care requirements.
Our platform offers you a safe and secure way to pay for home care. The amount for the booking is charged on your credit card and put in escrow until the Caregiver has confirmed the service with you. This ensures that you only pay for the time the Caregiver spends with your loved one.
Caregivers also digitally check-in and check-out when they arrive and leave. This allows you to stay in contact with them during the booking window via our integrated voice, video and chat tool. ClearCare gives our clients and Caregivers an open line of communication that they appreciate. This makes the experience of receiving home care a positive one for everyone involved.
Home care providers and clients face a variety of safety threats in their work. These risks include a lack of training, insufficient knowledge about the client’s health status and environment, and the risk of infection from dirty equipment. In addition, paid providers must also contend with safety threats in their own homes, such as insect infestations or unsanitary conditions. This can result in serious injury or death for the clients and caregivers.
Addressing these issues requires a major rethink of underlying institutionally oriented assumptions and guiding frameworks. To develop a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and barriers to safe practice in home care, researchers have undertaken several interrelated pan-Canadian initiatives. These initiatives have included a literature review, interviews with key informants and an invitational roundtable. Digital recordings of these interviews and photo walkabouts were transcribed verbatim and uploaded into NVivo 8 for analysis. Two researchers independently coded each transcript and compared the data to identify patterns and relationships.
Informed by the socio-ecological framework, all three research streams will examine a range of factors influencing client pathways through home care. Data linkage and analyses undertaken in MB (WRHA) and NS (NSHA) will establish similarities and differences in client pathways across the sites, including how clients’ circumstances are shaped by meso and macro factors. Policy document analysis (including strategic documentation and websites) and key informant interviews in both jurisdictions will contextualize this analysis. The comparative case study design will allow for the comparison of home care systems in NS, which is structured by health authority agencies, and MB, which is structured as five public providers operating under the guidance of a provincial government.