Expert, reliable home care in Ottawa

Reduce your stress. Enjoy your time with your loved one.

Ottawa's Elite Home Care: Personalized Comfort Delivered

Ottawa’s Top Home Care Provider

Are you struggling to keep your loved one safe at home?

  • Are you worried about falls or nutrition?
  • Are you struggling to keep up with tasks to keep them safe?
  • Is your work suffering? Or other relationships?
  • Do you feel stressed, worried, resentful, or frustrated?
  • Are you facing a long wait to get publicly-funded care?

You deserve to enjoy your time with your loved one, not feel stressed and worried.

Ottawa Home Care Provider

We help families care for their loved ones safely at home.

  • Nurse-managed - 24/7 nurse supervision
  • Your plan, your way - custom planning
  • Specialized in dementia & Alzheimer’s care
  • Skilled & compassionate caregivers

Ottawa’s Best Home Care Provider

You are not alone. We can help.

We understand what it feels like to worry about your loved one, to feel frustrated that their needs are not being met, or to worry that you can never do enough.

We can help.

For over 10 years, we have helped over 2,000 families in the Ottawa area care for their loved ones safely at home, achieving a 5-star Google rating. We treat your loved ones like they are our own family.

Home Care Services In Ottawa

In-Home Care Services

We support our Ottawa clients by working together with the client and their family to create a customized care plan capable of providing all levels of service to address both physical and emotional needs.

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Respite Care

Burn-out for the primary family caregiver is common for those with a loved one who needs significant attention. Respite care is temporary, short-term relief for individuals caring for their family members at home.

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We understand what it feels like as aging robs you of your independence. Less energy or sore joints mean difficulty completing tasks you used to do easily. But even though you are slowing down, with a little help, you can stay in your own home.

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Caregiving for ABI's

Living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) is no easy task, especially when facing it alone or if the extent of the injury is severely debilitating.

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Alzheimer’s Care

Caring for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s disease is overwhelming, yet being able to provide proper Alzheimers’s care is essential for both your peace of mind and the health of your loved one.

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Complex Care

At Choice Homecare, we are especially well-equipped to help people with complex health needs. With our nurse-managed care, symptoms and changes are immediately noted and can be managed appropriately.

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Dementia Care

Learning to care for a loved one who has been diagnosed with dementia or has a cognitive impairment can seem daunting, however, delivering the appropriate care for those with dementia will improve the quality of life of both your loved one and yourself.

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Hospital Discharge

Discharge from a hospital stay can cause stress and even panic if the discharge order comes with minimal notice. Medical professionals and discharge planners do their best but circumstances often put pressure on the system and limit bed availability.

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Palliative Care

Choice Homecare offers services to relieve stress and improve quality of life for the family and the loved one who, together, face the crisis of end-of-life. Making the transition from concentrating on a cure to ensuring quality of life is emotionally difficult and demanding.

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Canadian Veterans deserve a simple, stress-free, and fulfilling life as they age. Our team of caregivers are highly trained in verteran-specific home care. We help you keep life simple.

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Authorized Homecare and Nursing Provider

Green Shield Canada

Pacific Blue Cross

WSIB Ontario

Canadian Armed Forces

Veteran Affairs Canada



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