Elder Care

Toronto Senior Care is a private healthcare company who has been serving the Greater Toronto Area for over ten years. We provide comprehensive elder home care services for seniors and others who need some form of assistance at home. This may be a private residence, retirement residence, nursing home or hospital; regardless TSC’s trained professionals offer our elder care where you live.

Our mission is to provide elderly home care in a tailored way to seniors (and others) who need  elder care and some support in their lives to continue to live a life of enjoyment and dignity. Over the years many private families, retirement residences, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and hospitals have called upon us for simple assistance up to complex support.

Our elder home care includes companion care, personal care, specialty care and nursing care. These elder care services can be provided hourly, overnight or on a 24 hour live-in care basis. We provide elder care that includes compassionate companion care, meal preparation and serving, medication supervision, bathing, personal hygiene, dressing assistance, errands, transportation and activities for seniors; bed bound elder care, palliative care and more.

Toronto Senior Care hires and trains only the very best caregivers and other elder care professionals. Our staff are fully bonded and insured. They are also well trained, very experienced, screened, certified and background checked. We know how important elder care is, and we would not want to trust the well beings of our loved ones with just anyone. That is why we hire only the best elder care professionals

Selecting an Elder care Provider

Elder care is skilled nursing care and certain other health care services that you get in your home for the treatment of an illness or injury. This page explains basic elder care benefits and gives you pertinent background information about elder care.

How do you go about selecting a elder care provider of elder care services for your loved one? In the end how do you know that they are really as good as they say or can offer the elder care you need? It can be unsettling to have someone take care of your loved one that you do not know.

Here are some ways of selecting the right provider for home care for your loved one. 

  • Has the elder care provider been in business for many years?

  • Does the elder care provider have a good reputation?

  • Can the elder care provider provide you with several very good client references?

  • Do the people with the elder care provider appear knowledgeable and professional?

  • Can you call the elder care provider and are they available right away or call you back in a few minutes?

  • Does the elder care provider provide literature and other professional materials to help you evaluate their services?

  • Are the elder care provider’s employee well trained, bonded and insured?

  • Does the elder care provider include the family when collecting Home Care Assessment input?

  • Does the elder care provider give the family a copy of the Home Care Plan for the senior?

  • Does the elder care provider assign a supervisor to oversee the care?

  • What policies and practices exist to handle emergencies?

  • What are the elder care provider’s charges and billing practices?

Elder care, (also referred to as domiciliary care, senior care, or social care), is health care or supportive care provided in the patient’s home by healthcare professionals (senior often referred to as formal care; in the United States, it is also known as skilled care) or by family and friends (also known as caregivers, primary caregiver, or voluntary caregivers who give informal care).

Often, the term home care is used differently than elder care to distinguish non-medical care or custodial care, which is care that is provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel, whereas the term elder care refers to care that is provided by licensed personnel.

Elder care aims to make it possible for seniors to remain at home rather than use residential, long-term, or institutional-based nursing care. Elder care providers render services in the client’s own home. These services may include some combination of professional health care services and life assistance services.

Professional elder care services could include medical or psychological assessment, wound care, medication teaching, pain management, disease education and management, physical therapy, speech therapy, or occupational therapy.

Toronto Senior Care provides a wide range of elder care support services and as such employ a broad array of very talented and experienced elder care professionals and elder care providers. Our staff consists of both female and male individuals offering a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and spoken languages.

They possess varied and specific elder care training in order to support seniors with specific physical or cognitive challenges. They are with you to serve you, not the reverse. Their goal is to add value where you want them to make your life more comfortable and give you increased ability to live independently with dignity.