Why local makes a difference in home care

Home care can make a real difference in a senior’s life

As your neighbourhood care provider, the Bayshore Home Health team supports you and your family.

Many seniors prefer the comfort and familiarity of their own home over a retirement residence, but over time, household and personal tasks can become too much.

That’s where senior care services, from skilled, knowledgeable – and local – caregivers can make a big difference.

“We understand that leaving home can be a challenge and that staying at home is the best option for a lot of older adults,” explains Sophia Ali, from Bayshore Home Health in Qualicum Beach. “As your neighbourhood care provider, we’re here to support you and your family through every step of the care process.”

What services do you need?

Serving Qualicum Beach and Parksville from right here in the Qualicum, knowledgeable caregivers who know the community and know their clients are vital to the personal care experience.

Recognizing that need, Bayshore provides services around-the-clock three areas: Personal care, such as companionship, meal preparation and respite care; medical services, such as nursing, wound care and palliative care; and dementia care.

The right fit:

If you’re considering home care for yourself or a loved one, personalized, affordable support from bonded caregivers qualified to meet your specific needs is essential.

“Regardless of the service we are providing, from bathing and dressing to dementia care, our goal is to do whatever it takes to ensure peace of mind and support for you and your loved ones,” Ali says.

The Canadian-owned Bayshore Home Health is a leading provider of home and community health care services, with caregivers supervised by nursing staff for added peace of mind.

“We understand it can be difficult to know who you can trust with your or your loved one’s care. Bayshore’s office is conveniently located in the heart of the community at 650 Berwick Road N, meaning we’re right in your neighbourhood. Stop by for a quick visit or call 250-947-9775 to see how we might be able to help.”

Are you looking for a rewarding career?

As the need for personalized home care grows in the Central Island, Bayshore Home Health is growing too!

Offering a rewarding work environment, competitive wages and benefits, the local office is looking for registered and non-registered caregivers to join the team – people who value the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. “Sometimes we’re the only people our seniors may see that day, so that relationship is very special,” Ali reflects. “Our caregivers really appreciate the one-on-one care they’re able to provide, in whatever capacity their clients need.”

For more information about employment opportunities, call 250-947-9775 or email Bayshore Home Health.

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