Private Facility Care services

1-on-1 Private Facility Care services
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Where independence is gained.

Take control and bring in your own private care to long-term care facilities, hospitals, and more.

support for your unique needs.

The Compassion Network offers one-on-one, dedicated personal support and companionship services, so that you or your loved one can receive the attention they need amidst staff shortages and tight restrictions.

Our suite of services and unique care plans can follow you to wherever you call home.

  • Social companionship & engagement
  • Assistance with mealtime
  • Non-rushed bathing & showering as desired
  • Personal care & hygiene help
  • Prompt toileting

questions

Are you accredited?

We sure are! Compassion Network is accredited by Accreditation Canada since 2020. Accreditation Canada is an independent, non-profit organization that accredits health care organizations that meet their standards in quality, safety, and efficiency.

Are you bonded?

Employees of Compassion Network are bonded and insured to meet the requirements of Alberta Health Services. All employees must undergo a police information check with a vulnerable sector search.

What services are required for a nurse instead of a Health Care Aide?

LPN Nurses provide services such as 

  • Record vital signs
  • Collect urine samples from patients
  • Dress wounds
  • Administer medications out of scope of a Health Care Aide (narcotics, Insulin, Intramuscular, Subcutaneous, Intravenous, PICC, etc.)
  • Deliver health education programs
  • Dialysis
  • Foot Care (with additional certification)

Health Care Aides:

  • Assist with bathing, grooming, dressing and other personal hygiene activities
  • Assist with feeding patients
  • Assist with bed transfers, lifting, turning and walking
  • Assist with range of motion exercises
  • Assist with simple wound care, respiratory equipment use or urinary care
  • Report on patient condition to the nurse
  • Assist patients to take their medications
  • Communicate with patients
  • Take and record vital signs

Do you have a minimum for home care visits?

Providing you with consistent, quality (non-rushed) care is important to us. Our minimum hours for home care service is 3 hours weekly.

“They really do take the extra effort to tailor the service to [Dad’s] specific needs. You can see that they truly care about their clients. We would highly recommend their service!”
Gloria L.
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