Home Care Assistance, a provider of home care services across the U.S. and Canada, has broadened its presence north of the border with a new branch opening in Toronto.
Home Care Assistance of Caledon, a community located within the greater Toronto area of Ontario, is the 97th office for the company in North America.
In addition to Caledon, the new branch will also cater to the home care needs of individuals living in the surrounding areas of Brampton and Dufferin.
“I am excited to provide clients and their families access to better care, better value and better health,” stated Connie Hall-Saunders, owner of Home Care Assistance of Caledon. “As part of our mission, we are here to help seniors remain healthy, independent and active participants in their communities.”
The branch provides in-home assistance for individuals that need help with activities of daily living, as well as proprietary offerings such as the Balanced Care Method and Cognitive Therapeutics Method, programs that strive to promote healthy living and are designed to delay the onset of cognitive decline.
The Caledon opening is the most recent foray from Home Care Assistance in Canada.
Last year, the company opened a new office in Toronto, which joined its other Canadian offices located in the Vaughn and Oakville suburbs. And a few months ago, the company announced the rollout of its Cognitive Therapeutics Method at its location in Toronto/York.
Written by Jason Oliva